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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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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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Lost and Found: Shanghai Sharks recover misplaced championship trophy

June 11, 2013

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Shanghai does not do logical, particularly its basketball team, the Sharks.  So it will be no surprise then to learn that the Sharks, the hometown team of one of China’s most iconic athletes, Yao Ming, recently lost their 2002 CBA championship trophy and its accompanying net, which was cut down after the decisive game four […]

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Stephon Marbury to act as Beijing assistant coach for National Games

March 18, 2013

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Stephon Marbury’s Beijing Ducks may have been sent home packing earlier than expected, but Marbury will be sticking around in Beijing to start another China career: coaching. In an interview on BTV, the 36 year-old guard announced that he will serve as an assistant coach for Beijing as they prepare to participate in the 2013 China […]

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Want to watch Xinjiang – Liaoning Game 5 tonight? Too bad.

March 8, 2013

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Game 5’s don’t come often during the CBA playoffs. In fact, before last year, they didn’t come at all. Since the league has switched to a best-of-five format for the first and semi-final rounds in 2005, there had been exactly zero series that went the distance. That changed last season, when Xinjiang – DongGuan gave […]

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Bayi misses post-season for second straight year… now what?

February 16, 2013

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What was viewed by many as a pretty much inevitable fate, the Bayi Rockets have been officially eliminated from post-season contention. Despite winning at home last night against Liaoning, the Rockets come up empty in tiebreakers against Zhejiang, Guangsha and Shanxi, which means no matter what result they come up with against Beijing tomorrow, they’re […]

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After fan attack on referee, Zhejiang women banned from playing in home city for one year

January 31, 2013

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At NiuBBall, we don’t often comment on the problems with the officiating inside of Chinese basketball. Actually on second thought, yeah we do. However, this may be the first time where we have commented on fans seeking to physically assault an officiating crew after a game. This article should focus on the big showdown between star […]

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Beijing’s Min Lulei instructs players to attack the basket because, “We’ve got a good whistle”

January 22, 2013

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In the Chinese Basketball Association, referees are an ongoing issue. And that’s putting it nicely. Accusations and rumors of point shaving, bribes and various related corruption have all been thrown around, by fans, media and most recently, Tracy McGrady, who was ultimately fined and suspended for publicly criticizing referees. The most recent case: Sunday’s abomination of […]

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New sponsorships bring new complications to CBA

December 6, 2012

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It’s been an exciting start to the season, to say the least. Amidst all the ongoing stories, however, the most important to the league long-term are the new deals that the CBA has signed this past summer. After inking a five-year contract with Infront Sports and Media, now the official marketing partner of the CBA, […]

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McGrady thinks CBA Rules Test is “nonsense”

December 3, 2012

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Ah, the CBA Rules Test. Designed to test players and coaches’ knowledge and understanding of the league’s rules, the Chinese Basketball Association implements a written examination during the pre-season. Consisting of true/false and yes/no answers, players and coaches must pass the test in order to be officially registered on their team’s roster for the regular season. […]

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One game into the season, Boss Wang has struck again

November 27, 2012

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It didn’t take long, but Shanxi Brave Dragons owner, Wang Xingjiang, or “Boss Wang,” has stolen the many headlines from around the league (Arenas’ injury, McGrady’s turnover and Xinjiang’s big win being the top three). And like always, it involves matters of his team’s head coach. Who at the moment is Jesus Mateo. Key word: At […]

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Fans hurl objects on court after McGrady plays sparingly in pre-season game

November 22, 2012

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They say you haven’t officially experienced the Chinese Basketball Association until you’ve witnessed fans pelt the floor with lighters, cups and bottles… Tracy McGrady (and D.J. Mbenga), welcome to professional basketball in China! Today marked the final game of the Qingdao Eagles’ pre-season schedule. Played in Binzhou, Shandong province, the game was to serve as […]

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New import rules aim to benefit Bayi

October 29, 2012

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The Bayi Rockets have the longest history, the most championships, the most former National Team players, and as we’ve learned this month, the most support from the Chinese Basketball Association. In what’s being called “The Bayi Rule” by some in the media, the CBA has enacted new special import regulations this season, the most important […]

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Pictures from Tracy McGrady’s crowded arrival in Qingdao (UPDATE: With video!)

October 25, 2012

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Ever wonder what it’d be like if you hired a bunch of basketball players to act as your team of personal bodyguards? Well, wonder no more because that’s exactly what happened yesterday when Tracy McGrady landed in the place he’ll be calling home for the next season, Qingdao, Shandong province. Greeted and mobbed outside the […]

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