Biosteel All-Canadian game set for March 29 in Toronto

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Luguentz Dort 2017 Biosteel MVP post game media scrum.

The sixth annual Biosteel All-Canadian basketball game will return March 29 at the University of Toronto’s Goldring Centre.

The annual showcase features the premier high school players from across Canada and will air across Canada on TSN.

The network’s live coverage tips off with the Biosteel All-Canadian girls basketball game streaming live at 3 p.m. ET on TSN.ca and the TSN app. The Biosteel All-Canadian boys game airs live at 7:30 p.m. ET on TSN5, TSN.ca, and the TSN app. TSN delivers a primetime encore of the Biosteel All-Canadian girls game on Monday, March 30 at 6:30 p.m. ET on TSN4.

This years rosters will be announced live this evening (Feb 21,2020) during half-time of the Toronto Raptors game also airing on TSN.

In years past, the game was a springboard for current NBA players including the likes of Nickeil Alexander-Walker (New Orleans Pelicans), Ignas Brazdeikis (New York Knicks), Oshae Brissett (Toronto Raptors), Luguentz Dort (Oklahoma City Thunder), Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (Oklahoma City Thunder), Thon Maker (Detroit Pistons), and Jamal Murray (Denver Nuggets) as well as dozens of current NCAA stars across the U.S.

Last year was the first time Biosteel hosted the girls All-Canadian game and they will continue that tradition in 2020.

There will also be the Biosteel Futures Game on Saturday March 28 at the Athlete Institute in Mono, ON featuring the best U16 players from across Canada as well as a skills competition including a slam dunk and three-point contest.

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Chris McKee is a Toronto based broadcaster and writer. Chris does play-by-play for CBC Sports and TSN radio with the CEBL as well as doing PBP for One Volleyball, OSBA and Orangeville Prep which is the premier high school program in Canada. He also works as a traffic reporter for TSN 1050, News Talk 1010 and Jewel 88.5 and was recently the Social Media Director for Golf Talk Canada on TSN. Prior to working in sports, he was an award winning music agent and concert promoter for 20 years having produced tours for the likes of Rihanna, The Black Eyed Peas, Wu-Tang Clan, 50 Cent, The Roots and many more. Author of the book "Life on the road with the Wu-Tang Clan."

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