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UCLA Bruins to tour China this summer

May 8, 2012

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The UCLA men’s basketball team will follow in the footsteps of Duke and Georgetown by embarking on a basketball tour in August in preparation for the 2012 season. The Bruins, members of the powerhouse Pac-12 conference, are the first team to travel to China under the conference’s initiative to expand its brand into the Asian […]

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Extended season – CBAers in the NBA

April 7, 2012

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Lester Hudson is one of a growing number of players who have signed in the NBA after playing this season in China. (Photo: AP) With a 2012 CBA season that was filled with rabid fanaticism, deception, fighting girlfriends, redemption, and even a playoff upset officially in the books, most foreign imports have returned to their […]

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Bothfeld: Beijing squeaks by Guangsha in Game 1

February 23, 2012

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An embattled Guangsha team entered the playoffs free of any expectations after their star forward Wilson Chandler was released from his contract prior to Game 1.  With his replacement, Rodney White, making his debut, the Lions had no choice but to leave it all on the floor while trying to adapt to their new teammate. […]

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Bothfeld: Guangsha easily defeats a resting Beijing to clinch spot in playoffs

February 16, 2012

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Coming off a disappointing loss to Jiangsu on Sunday and with playoff positioning on the line, Guangsha played with a heightened sense of urgency from the opening tip in their landslide 114-94 victory over Beijing on Wednesday. Wilson Chandler set the pace in the first quarter, scoring 25 points on an array of outside jumpers […]

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Bothfeld: Guangsha survives Bayi’s late run

February 10, 2012

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“Sometimes you win games and don’t play very well.” Coach Jim Cleamons’ post-game comment summed up Guangsha’s 90-89 win over Bayi perfectly. The match-up was hard on the eyes and both teams played like it was a rec-league game. While Bayi is well out of the playoff picture, Guangsha’s lack of intensity is surprising, if […]

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Bothfeld: In Hangzhou, Wilson Chandler gets by with a little help from his friends

February 9, 2012

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We took our seats at a Western-style restaurant in Hangzhou, China, after another Zhejiang Guangsha Lions win. Wilson Chandler, Guangsha’s star player and the best NBA player under contract in China, scored 19 points and pulled down 8 rebounds that night in the blowout victory over Shanxi. Joining Wilson and me was Larry, Wilson’s childhood […]

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Bothfeld: Fujian defeats Guangsha behind Zaid Abbas’ determination

February 2, 2012

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In NiuBBall’s season preview, we predicted that with the addition of Zaid Abbas, Fujian could see a drastic turnaround from their disastrous 2011 season, in which they went 8-24. On Tuesday night, Abbas and Fujian proved that they are deserving of their 15-12 record on national television by beating Guangsha 132-125 in a double overtime […]

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Bothfeld: Jin Lipeng more than just a spark off the bench

January 12, 2012

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Video courtesy of NBA247365.com There is no doubt that Guangsha’s Round 23 bye came at an ideal time. Currently in third place, the Lions have lost three of their last four, and like most professional basketball teams, their players are nursing various injuries and ailments. For Jin Lipeng, the five-day break between games is incredibly […]

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Bothfeld: The arrival of P.J. Ramos and his effect on Guangsha

December 22, 2011

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Back on November 29th, the Zhejiang Guangsha Lions made the first major roster move of the season. Just five games in, they released the ineffective Dwayne Jones and brought in Peter John Ramos. Now having played seven games with his new team, NiuBBall is taking a look at Ramos’ effect on his teammates. Obviously, Ramos […]

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Bothfeld: Zhejiang Guangsha victorious behind P.J. Ramos’ 34 points

December 20, 2011

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After a statement victory over Xinjiang on Friday night, one might have thought the Zhejiang Guangsha Lions would have been primed for a letdown on Sunday night against Shanxi. Instead, Peter John Ramos paced the Lions with 34 points and 14 rebounds as they cruised to a 126-112 win. Shanxi’s high-scoring tandem of Marcus Williams […]

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Bothfeld: Guangsha rolls as Chandler and Ramos combine for 47

December 8, 2011

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Last night’s Guangsha versus Liaoning game was profiled in our list of marquee matchups for the 2011-2012 season. It certainly didn’t live up to it. The first half was hard on the eyes, as it was marred with sloppy play, fouls, and turnovers. In one sequence, Josh Powell fronted P.J. Ramos, intercepted a lazy post […]

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Bothfeld: Balanced attack leads Guangsha to victory

November 29, 2011

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In the first three games of the season, the Zhejiang Guangsha Lions’ offense rested solely upon the shoulders of Wilson Chandler – perhaps too much. In Friday’s  loss to Shandong, Chandler scored a casual 42 points while none of his teammates reached double figures. With the Shandong game serving as an example, this unbalanced attack […]

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Wilson Chandler carries Guangsha to victory with epic 43-22 debut

November 23, 2011

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From Hangzhou, Zhejiang province — In his CBA debut on Sunday night, Wilson Chandler made quite an impression on the Chinese basketball world as he willed the Zhejiang Guangsha Lions to victory over the Tianjin Ronggang Golden Lions, 118-115. Chandler led all players with 43 points and 22 rebounds, eclipsing his NBA career highs in […]

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Is the NBA risking locking themselves out of the Chinese basketball market?

November 11, 2011

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Eighty million. This represents the approximate amount of money that the NBA and the Players Association are disagreeing over, and the reason the NBA season is locked out and didn’t tip off last weekend. Three hundred million. This is the estimated amount of basketball players and potential NBA fans in China. It is a number […]

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Wheelchair basketball rolls on in Zhejiang at the National Games for Disabled Persons

October 30, 2011

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Two women’s players grapple for a loose ball during the wheelchair basketball tournament at China’s 8th National Games for Disabled Persons in Hangzhou, Zhejiang. (Photo by BCheng) At NiuBBall.com, we don’t see ourselves as one man or one website. We see ourselves as members of a community — one that not only loves basketball; one […]

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