If you are interested in watching Canadians ball out in the NBA, you should really be watching as many Denver Nuggets games as you possibly can.
First off, the Nuggets are the only team in the NBA that has two Canadians (Jamal Murray and Trey Lyles) on the roster, so right away you're getting more of a bang for your buck.
Second, both those dudes have been on fire as of late.
It was expected that Jamal Murray would have prominent role on the Nuggets this season, but with Paul Milsap coming in, it seemed like there was less space for Lyles. But factor in an injury to Milsap, and Lyles is getting a chance to shine.
Over the past two weeks, Jamal Murray is averaging 21.7 points, 2.6 threes, and just over five boards a game. Murray doesn't seem to be slowing down anytime soon, and if anything, he's getting more consistent.
Meanwhile, Lyles isn't too far behind. In the last two weeks he is averaging 19.6 points, 8.3 boards, and 2.4 threes a game. Lyles has had 12 straight games of scoring double digits, and if he gets these minutes, it's hard to imagine his production slowing down.
The two former Kentucky players are getting big minutes, and making them count. So give them a watch.