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NCAA March Madness: 5 Canadians to watch

It's March Madness time, and in keeping with a rising trend, Canadian players will once again have a say in which teams cut down the nets. Here are five Canadians to watch as the NCAA men's and women's basketball tournaments tip off this week.

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It's March Madness time as the NCAA men's and women's basketball tournaments tip off this week.

In keeping with a rising trend, Canadian players will once again have a say in which teams cut down the nets.

Here are five Canadians to watch — three in the men's tourney, two in the women's — presented in an interactive graphic from The Canadian Press.

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