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Sunday’s NBA All-Star Game in Toronto will mark the first time that the league has held its annual midseason event outside of the United States. In honor of this, ESPN decided to ask several players to name five Canadians.

By Extra Mustard
February 13, 2016

Sunday’s NBA All-Star Game in Toronto will mark the first time that the league has held its annual midseason event outside of the United States. In honor of this, ESPN decided to ask several players to name five Canadians.

They struggled a bit.

Of course, the only All-Star to flawlessly list five, Klay Thompson, plays for the Warriors. Also, respect to Kawhi Leonard for not even trying.

– Kenny Ducey

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