- Associated Press - Thursday, August 11, 2011

TORONTO (AP) - A new professional basketball league in Canada plans to open in November with seven teams and a 36-game schedule.

The National Basketball League of Canada announced Thursday that Moncton, New Brunswick, will become the seventh franchise for the 2011-12 season. The city joins teams in Halifax, Nova Scotia; Quebec City; Saint John, New Brunswick; and London and Oshawa in Ontario. Another team will be in Prince Edward Island, although the city is not set.

The league plans a two-day draft Aug. 20-21 in Toronto. The first day will involve players from outside the country. The second day will be for Canadian players.


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