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Cape Breton Highlanders Pro Basketball Team Sign ANTHONY WALKER

The Cape Breton Highlanders professional basketball team has signed and activated Anthony Walker (pictured above).

Walker is a 6.9”, 220lbs center who recently played with the Fort Wayne, Indiana Mad Ants of the NBA Development League, the Indiana Pacers affiliate. Walker is 23 years, hails from San Antonio, TX and played NCAA Division I basketball at the University of Texas at Arlington.

President and General Manager, Tyrone Levingston said, “Anthony is athletic and active on the court. His rebounding and shot blocking ability will complement our team well.”

You can watch the Highlanders next home game on Sunday, January 29th at Centre 200 where they will take on the Windsor Express at 3pm. Find out more about tickets

The Cape Breton Highlanders Franchise is one of 10 professional basketball teams in the National Basketball League of Canada. The Highlanders’ ownership group is comprised of successful business and community leaders in Cape Breton and led by President and General Manager Tyrone Levingston.

“Basketball is our product, but community is our mission.”