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season basketball rivalry A rolling, year long blue, green and gold Canada West men's basketball saga tumbles into McKinnon Gym.
There are no secrets between the University of Victoria Vikes and Alberta Golden Bears as they head into their best of three conference playoff quarter final series tonight, Friday, and if needed, Saturday. In under a year, the Vikes and Bears will have played each other seven times, and possibly eight, if this quarter final goes the distance. It began last March when the Golden Bears defeated UVic in the 2014 Canada West championship game and then again in the CIS national bronze medal game. The teams met three times this season, with Alberta prevailing in the Guy Vetrie pre season tournament but the Vikes winning both regular season encounters at McKinnon Gym. This may be the toughest, and hardest to call, of the Canada West quarter finals. UVic goes in 15 5 in the conference regular season and ranked No. 7 in Canada. The Golden Bears were 14 6 in the regular season and are ranked No. 10 in the CIS. How such a demanding quarter final matchup came about is because of the way Canada West seeded pandora bracelet charms sale the playoff teams this season from its new two division silver pandora necklace format and will almost certainly be something that will be discussed in the off season. "We can't control [the matchup], we can only control what we do on the floor," said Beaucamp, of the situation in which a nationally top 10 ranked team is assured to be eliminated this weekend before the conference semifinals. "This should be a good series." It is almost guaranteed to be, with Canada West MVP Chris McLaughlin leading the online pandora charms Vikes into the post season after placing second in league scoring averaging 19.8 points per game from the post position, while guard Marcus Tibbs was named to the conference third all star team. The Golden Bears returned a good portion of last year's national CIS third place team. Missing from that squad is Jordan Baker, now playing pro in Germany and one of the few CIS graduates who will be considered for the NBA loaded Canadian team on the road to the 2016 Rio Olympics. But four starters returned, so there's still plenty of playoff experience on this Bears team through the likes of fifth year guards Joel Friesen, conference first team all star with an 18.7 points per game average, and Kenneth Otenio. Sophomore forward Mamadou Gueye, conference second team selection, has proven well rounded with 16.7 points per game and 7.3 rebounds. "When it comes to post season experience, we have that and so do they," noted Beaucamp. But this is the playoffs and no one can anticipate the unexpected performer who turns a game. About the only thing to expect is that there will be one. "The difference will be what team makes its shots and which team gets that player or players, as often happens in the post season, who step up from the supporting cast," added Beaucamp. The series winner advances to where to get a pandora bracelet the Canada West Final Four next week. Meanwhile, the UVic women begin play in their best of three Canada West basketball quarter finals today at Tournament Capital Centre in Kamloops against the host Thompson Rivers WolfPack. The Vikes swept the Calgary Dinos 2 0 last weekend at McKinnon Gym in the play in playoff round and have drawn the CIS No. 10 WolfPack, which drew a bye into the quarter finals. "It was a short week to prepare for Thompson Rivers, but at this time of year, it's pick your poison as far as opponent. But we have the momentum," said Vikes coach Dani Sinclair. "Our girls are playing with a lot of confidence. We showed a lot of character last week [in the come from behind second game against Calgary].
This is a group that is very selfless. No one is out for themselves.".
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