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About Jon Pastuszek

Jon Pastuszek is the founder and editor in chief of NiuBBall.com, a blog dedicated to providing accurate and informed coverage of Chinese basketball.

What the heck happened to NiuBBall: An update

August 9, 2014

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The Lochness Monster. Area-51. Amelia Earhart. Darko Milicic. NiuBBall. Trust us, we didn’t plan to get on the list of the world’s greatest unsolved mysteries; it just sort of happened. Yet after a little less than a year of crickets (the Chinese ones in the little cages, to be exact), the search parties have come […]

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Earthquake: Beijing Olympians owner, Milton Lee, dies unexpectedly; Sun Yue signs with Beijing Ducks

October 2, 2013

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From the onset of the Beijing Olympians establishment, the team and its eccentric owner, Winston Lee, always set out to do things differently. Now, after Lee’s sudden passing and the departure of star player Sun Yue, the Olympians might not be able to do anything at all. On September 26th, Chinese media reported that Lee, […]

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Pooh Jeter leads Ukraine to first ever 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup berth

September 22, 2013

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  After helping to lead the Shandong Gold Lions to their first ever CBA Finals appearance in club history last season, point guard Pooh Jeter has clearly proved himself as one of the top point guards on both the Chinese and overseas professional stage. Now, on the heels of leading Ukraine to their best finish […]

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Working Weekend Links

September 21, 2013

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Only in China is a vacation not really a vacation. Case in point: The preposterous and unholy government-mandated holiday schedule for Mid-Autumn Festival, which officially started on Thursday. After getting two days off from work, the vast majority of China’s workforce will go into their job tomorrow on Sunday, work until Friday, rest on Saturday, […]

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NiuBBall is Alive!

September 21, 2013

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While we shake off the 84 days of accumulated cobwebs, here’s a something that everyone can immediately get down to: A highlight video of 37 year-old Jason Williams crossing up straight-legged Chinese defenders and doing old-school elbow passes while he was here on a legends tour this past summer. Enjoy. Share:

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Friday Night Chuanr

June 29, 2013

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  The FIBA World U-19 Championship is underway in Prague, Czech Republic. The Chinese, headlined by Zhou Qi and Gao Shang, two guys NiuBBall readers should be familiar with, are participating. Rafael Uehara has a fantastic preview over at The Basketball Post, for those interested. Gilbert Arenas… arrested for illegal fireworks. According to Chinese reports, the […]

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Two words sum up the newest trailer for Chinese basketball movie, “Amazing:” Holy. Shnikes.

June 27, 2013

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Make sure you’re sitting down comfortably and that there are no breakables around your computer. OK? Now click and watch. WOW!!!! Where to begin? After bringing my pulse rate down, the premise appears simple enough: Take some of of the things Chinese males like (video games, basketball, NBA stars, CBA stars, virtual reality, alternate universes, women, […]

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NiuBBall Classics: Shanghai Sharks vs. Bayi Rockets, November 2001

June 26, 2013

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If Forrest Gump was Chinese and living in 2013, he’d probably say something like this: Life is kind of like flipping around Chinese television at 3am… You never know what you’re going to get. So when we came across 重温经曲振兴大球, a late-night program on CCTV-5 that shows classic games from Chinese sports history, we stopped flipping. […]

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Craig Smith Interview

June 24, 2013

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  If you’ve watched Craig Smith play basketball for a bit, you’ve probably heard this phrase thrown around. Craig Smith is a beast. We were some of the early ones to figure that out. In November 2002, perched on the familiar confines of our Section I, Row 13 seats inside Conte Forum, we watched on […]

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Tracy McGrady doesn’t know who Wang Zhelin is, doesn’t think there’s anybody in CBA good enough to play in NBA

June 17, 2013

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There’s a lot of great story lines from this year’s NBA Finals between the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs, but there’s one that’s most relevant to NiuBBall and to Chinese basketball in general: Tracy McGrady is one win away from an NBA championship. OK well there’s actually three: Besides T-Mac, Miami’s Chris Anderson […]

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Giannakis released by Limoges, to stay with Team China

June 17, 2013

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Panagiotis Giannakis isn’t going anywhere. At least not where China is concerned. After being the subject of several rumors regarding his exit as Team China head coach last week, “The Dragon” will resume his duties with Chinese. The 54 year-old Greek was back on the bench in China this past weekend, where he coached his […]

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Rumors abound over Giannakis alleged exit from China; CBA denies any knowledge of situation

June 11, 2013

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China National Team and head coach Panagiotis Yannakis part ways!? — Ђорђе Матић (@DjordjeMatic) June 10, 2013 @alex__lacoste My sources are 100% sure — Ђорђе Матић (@DjordjeMatic) June 10, 2013   According to Serbian journalist, Djordje Matic, Pannagiotis Giannakis and the Chinese National Team are set to part ways. Matic later tweeted that his sources were […]

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Wukesong Basketball Park to open in July

June 5, 2013

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Since hosting the world’s best basketball players at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Wuksong Arena has become the premier symbol of the sport in both Beijing and in China. Five years later, Wukesong is about to show some of that love back. Last week, Wukesong Arena Management Co. held a press conference to formally announce the construction of […]

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East Asia Basketball Championship: More proof that something is seriously wrong with Chinese basketball

May 28, 2013

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The East Asia Basketball Championship in Incheon, Korea concluded last Tuesday mostly as expected. As the qualifying tournament for the 2013 FIBA Asia Championship, all the big boys from the region clinched their ticket to the Philippines, including China, Korea, Japan and Chinese Taipei, as well as not-so-big-boy Hong Kong. (And congrats to HK, who […]

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The NBL: Kinda sorta worth paying attention to this summer

May 21, 2013

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In China, searching for a late night snack is kind of like going into 7-11 at 11:45pm to see that the guang dong zhu is still bubbling: Technically it’s available, but it’s probably best avoided. That’s how we would best sum up the NBL (National Basketball League). Yeah, it’s around. And in the Chinese basketball summertime, […]

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