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MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee Brewers are bringing back first-year manager Ron Roenickes entire coaching staff next season after the group led the team to the NL championship series. That includes hitting coach Dale Sveum, for now. Sveum has interviewed for managerial openings with the Chicago Cubs and Boston Red Sox. Sveum is the longest-tenured coach on the Brewers staff, including a brief stint as interim manager in 2008. Under Sveum last season, the Brewers led the NL in home runs (185) and slugging percentage (.425), and were third in batting average (.261). Sveum interviewed with the Cubs on Monday and with the Red Sox last week. Rick Kranitz will return for his second season as pitching coach. Also coming back are third-base coach Ed Sedar, bullpen coach Stan Kyles, first-base coach Garth Iorg, bench coach Jerry Narron and outfield coach John Shelby. Julius Thomas Youth Jersey . -- Andrew Loupe knows how one week can change everything. John Cyprien Youth Jersey . Driedger, a 19-year-old Winnipeg native, was the Senators third-round selection (76th overall) in the 2012 NHL Draft. He recently completed his fourth season of major junior hockey with the Western Hockey Leagues Calgary Hitmen, ranking fifth among league goaltenders in save percentage (. http://www.footballjaguarslockroom.com/jaguars-stefen-wisniewski-black-jersey/ . The Sunday Times said a "senior FIFA insider" had provided "hundreds of millions of emails, accounts and other documents" detailing payments totalling $5 million that Qatari official Mohamed bin Hammam allegedly gave football officials to build support for the bid. T.J. Yeldon Jersey .500 mark at 21-21. Thats not overwhelming, but its still four games better than they were a year ago when they were sitting at 17-25 through May 17. Dante Fowler Jr Jersey . -- Danica Patrick cleared a path for her teammates in NASCARs new knockout qualifying that led to a Turner Scott Motorsports rout at Daytona International Speedway.Leading up to SportsCentres Year In Review on Christmas Eve, TSN and TSN.ca look back at each of the Top 10 stories of 2013. Today, we look back at the rapid rise of basketball in our country. In Canada, hockey has always been - and will most likely always be - the sport that produces the most professional talent. Yet over the past year it seems basketball north of the border is turning a corner. Most expected it wouldnt truly start until 2014. Andrew Wiggins, the freshman forward from Vaughan, Ont., is dominating in college ball with the Kansas Jayhawks and should go first overall in next Junes NBA draft. Well that all might still happen, but Wiggins wont be the first Canadian to ever be selected No. 1. That title went to Torontos Anthony Bennett of the University of Nevada, taken first overall by the Cleveland Cavaliers. The 6-8 forward hasnt had a stellar year – already getting unfairly booed by the Cleveland faithful - but the 20-year-old was never chosen with the expectation hed coast to a Rookie of the Year award. Bennetts potential and raw athleticism was what caught the Cavaliers eye. Regardless, it made history and it was a proud moment for Canadian sports fans. With Wiggins playing well in Kansas and being compared to a superstar-type player, the future is looking pretty decent. And Wiggins and Bennett are just the tip of the iceberg.dddddddddddd On both the college and pro stage, Canucks are popping up at a rapid rate - and Canada could have the chance to not only qualify, but compete for a medal in the 2016 Olympics and beyond. The Cavaliers Tristan Thompson (Toronto), the Magics Andrew Nicholson (Mississauga), the Celtics Kelly Olynyk (Toronto), the Spurs Cory Joseph (Toronto) and the Lakers Robert Sacre (North Vancouver) are all young, talented and ready to put Canada on the map of basketball relevance. Dont forget about two-time NBA champion Joel Anthony (Montreal) of the Miami Heat. When it comes to NCAA ball – besides Wiggins – theres Kevin Pangos (Holland Landing, Ont.) of the Gonzaga Bulldogs and Nik Stauskas (Etobicoke, Ont.) of the Michigan Wolverines. Both teams are ranked in the Top 25 and will look to continue the trend when March Madness rolls around. The days of looking up to Victoria, B.C.s Steve Nash as the lone productive Canadian in the Association are long gone. Whether its better coaching at the grassroots level, more interest in the sport or just sheer luck, Canada is improving on the hardwood. This is the golden age of Canadian basketball and its only getting started. James Naismith would be proud. cheap nfl jerseys cheap jerseys cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys wholesale jerseys ' ' '