Where did basketball originate Canada?

Article by Frank T. Butler
Updated by Tabitha Marshall

Did NBA start Canada?

The two expansion teams were the first NBA franchises based in Canada. (An earlier team, the Toronto Huskies, played in the Basketball Association of America—one of the forerunners of the NBA—during the 1946–47 season.)

Is basketball a Canadian or American sport?

Basketball was invented by a Canadian, James Naismith while he was living and working in the USA.

What sports did Canada invent?

The Canadian invented sports, lacrosse, basketball, five-pin bowling, ringette, and wheelchair rugby, all exemplify those social functions. Among these sports, lacrosse has the richest history because it developed as an Aboriginal game that was played out as a ritual rather than as a competition.

Who first invented basketball?

Why is Toronto called the six?

While the meaning of the term was initially unclear, Drake clarified in a 2016 interview by Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show that it derived from the shared digits of the 416 and 647 telephone area codes and the six municipalities that amalgamated into the current Toronto city proper in 1998.

Who owns the whole NBA?

Originally Answered: Who owns the whole NBA? Like the other major US Sports leagues, there’s no one overarching owner – the league is a collective group of all member franchises and thus owned equally by all 30 teams.

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