Scrubb invited to Canada's hoops camp

Richmond's Phillip Scrubb has been invited to the Canadian senior men's basketball team's training camp to be held Friday through Tuesday at Air Canada Centre in Toronto.

Scrubb, 19, capped a dream 2011-12 season by leading the Carleton Ravens to the Canadian university men’s basketball championship in Halifax.

The sophomore guard, who was selected the top university men’s player in the nation, added tournament MVP honours to his personal trophy case by leading the Ravens in scoring in each of the final eight games, including 26 points in Carleton’s 86-67 win over the Alberta Golden Bears in the championship game.

Scrubb’s brother Thomas was also a member of the Canadian championship team at Carleton.


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