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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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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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Panagiotis Giannakis hired as head coach of Chinese National Team; initial 24-man roster released

April 28, 2013

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In a country where the dragon holds significant cultural importance, perhaps its fitting that one will be the next head coach of the national team. Ending a long search, the CBA announced the appointment of Panagiotis Giannakis as head coach of the Chinese men’s national team. Nicknamed “The Dragon” for his long reign of dominance […]

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2013 China National Team stock watch

January 21, 2013

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It’s never to early to talk National Team. And given that there’s only eight more rounds in the 2012-13 Chinese Basketball Association regular season, followed by the playoffs, its really not that early anymore. Which is why we figured we’d offer up a quick report on who is rising, who has been staying steady, and […]

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Is Neven Spahija the front runner head coach of the national team?

January 15, 2013

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Since last summer’s London Olympics, it has been all quiet on the National Team front and their search for a new head coach. Until yesterday. According to Sina Sports, the Chinese Basketball Association is meeting in Beijing with Croatian Heven Spahija, who reportedly flew into the country to discuss the national team job. Neither the […]

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China loses to Japan at FIBA Asia Cup, Chinese netizens react!

September 24, 2012

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It may have been “just a game” in the eyes of the Chinese Basketball Association, but China lost to Japan 60-50 last Thursday night in the quarterfinals of the 2012 FIBA Asia Cup. China ended up finishing fifth in the competition after beating Lebanon and Chinese Taipei in the consolation bracket. Apparently some members of the Chinese […]

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China to face Japan in FIBA Asia Cup quarters; do we really need this right now?

September 19, 2012

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Third place from Group A… plus second place from Group B equals… oh, crap. Like Asian basketball really needed this to happen. China, who finished with a 3-1 preliminary round record in Group A, has been matched up with Japan in the FIBA Asia Cup quarterfinals. The Japanese, who are acting as the host nation, […]

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FIBA Asia Cup 12-man roster announced

September 13, 2012

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Team China’s trip to Tokyo for the Asia Cup got off to a boring start last night. Yesterday, the Chinese Basketball Association has announced the 12-man roster for the 2012 FIBA Asia Cup. Wang Zhelin and Guo Ailun headline a team that is completely comprised of players aged 22 and under. Going up against teams […]

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Wang Zhelin’s busy summer to continue in Tokyo

September 10, 2012

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Fresh off a gold medal at the FIBA Asia U-18s, Wang Zhelin is on now his way to Japan to play in the FIBA Asia Cup. Having already circled the globe this off-season to stop off at the Nike Hoop Summit in Portland, Bob Donewald’s three month London Olympic Asia Minor preparation tour, and the […]

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U-18s beat Hong Kong by 106 points and no, that’s not a typo

August 18, 2012

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The FIBA Asia U-18 Championship is underway in basketball hotbed Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia and China, who are looking to defend their 2010 title, has opened its schedule with a message to its preliminary round competition: We’re totally cool by beating our own country-mates by a Wilt Chamberlain. Playing in their opening game of the preliminary round yesterday, China beat […]

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The Legacy of Bob Donewald

August 16, 2012

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Among other accomplishments during his two years as Team China head coach, Bob Donewald Jr. brought home the country’s first Asia Championship since 2005. (Photo: FIBAasia.net) To the surprise of absolutely no one, Bob Donewald Jr., whose contract in Beijing has now expired, will not be returning to coach Chinese National Team. In a highly […]

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Grading Team China’s Olympics

August 16, 2012

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The United States 107-100 triumph against Spain in the gold medal match on Sunday marked both the end of Olympic basketball and the Olympics altogether, as the closing ceremony was held only a few hours after. Of course for China, basketball has been over for a while now after they went 0-5 in Group B. […]

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End of an era: Liu Wei retires from National Team, Wang Zhizhi plays in final Olympic match

August 8, 2012

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Liu Wei, who has played with Team China since 2002, is retiring from the National Team. China’s 90-58 defeat to Great Britain on Monday, which clinched an 0-5 overall record and the country’s first ever winless result at the Olympics, will be remembered as part of a series of big losses. But it will pale […]

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Missing out on London may have given China the wake-up call its needed

August 6, 2012

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Saturday’s loss to Brazil marked a low point for Chinese basketball as Yi Jianlian and the National Team failed to get out of the group stage for the first time since 2000. (Photo: Osports) A NiuBBall road trip  out of Beijing  a couple of months ago led me to a conversation with a Chinese basketball […]

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