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Thursday Morning Jianbing

May 2, 2013

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Starting your day right with China’s favorite street breakfast and a bunch of links…

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Monday Morning Jianbing

January 7, 2013

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Starting your day right with China’s favorite street breakfast and a bunch of links…

  • More from said Peak: As of December, the Chinese shoe company has partnered up with the Toronto Raptors. With the deal, “Peak will be exposed to Raptors fans who will see the company’s branding all over the Air Canada Centre where home games are held. Peak’s merchandise will also be available to Canadian consumers at the Raptors Team shop at the Air Canada Centre.” That should work out nicely for the Raps’ Kyle Lowry, who endorses Peak.
  • From Beijing Cream, the story of a one-legged basketball player who plays better than a lot of two-legged basketball players. Amazing within itself, but even more so when you consider that he’s catching, rebounding and handling the ball with one hand, too. Plus, if dude is a natural righty — and he very might well be judging from the fact that he makes exactly zero shots from outside three feet during the course of the video — that means he’s doing all that with his off-hand. Very impressive.
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Monday Morning Jianbing

September 17, 2012

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With an extra link thrown in, China’s favorite street breakfast is back and more delicious than ever! 

  • Kevin Garnett visits China, unveils the new Anta KGIII. Official press release and photos here.
  • According to Adrian Wojnarowski at Yahoo! Sports, Tracy McGrady might consider a move to China if he can’t get onto an NBA team this season. With all import spots basically filled right now, it’d be tough for T-Mac to just simply walk into the CBA. Although if word hit that he’d really come here to play, I’d bet a few teams would be willing to re-think their foreign plans…
  • SlamBall has officially hit China! The trampoline-centered sport debuted its first game ever in the mainland in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province last week and according to this report in China Daily, its just the start of SB’s plan to grow the sport, which includes setting up “training centers around the nation, foster more talent and organize a series of pro games from next year.”
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Monday Morning Jianbing

July 16, 2012

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Starting your day right with China’s favorite street breakfast and a bunch of links

  • J.R. Smith, fresh off a season in the CBA with Zhejiang Chouzhou that could be described nicely as “tumultuous,” says he’s open to the idea of returning at the end of his career. You know, if China allows him back into the country.
  • They’re locking up basketball rims in Ningbo! Quick, somebody get the Fun Police!
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Monday Afternoon Jianbing

May 22, 2012

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Serving up some links while once again proving that jianbing is a snack that can be enjoyed at any time of the day.
  • Almost a year after coaching at the 2011 Nike All-Asia Camp last June in DongGuan, DeMar Derozan is back in China along with a bunch D-Leaguers and other current and former NBAers on NBA China Jam Live, a six-day basketball event in Guangzhou, China.
  • Lebanese point guard and Tianjin Asian import, Rony Fahed, says he wants to come back to play in China next year if he’s not feeling playing in his own country. You know, assuming Asian imports will be allowed next season…
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Monday Morning Jianbing

March 19, 2012

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Starting your day right with China’s favorite street breakfast and a bunch of links
  • Dan Harris at China Law Blog takes issue with people labeling the Chinese as violent based on incidents like Shanxi-Beijing Game 4: “When something particularly violent or horrible happens in China I sometimes get an email or a comment from a reader (which I do not post) ranting about how this is further proof of ‘what the Chinese are like.’  To me, the only thing that is proven is that out of 1.5 billion people you are bound to have violent sociopaths.  In any country.  In any culture. Sometimes we need to just step back and say that it’s just a bank or just a basketball game or just a violent sociopath. Not everything is an indictment of an entire nation. Do you agree?” Yes, we agree.
  • This is a gold mine for all you English speakers who want to get up to par on you Chinese basketball terms. Yet another reason why hoopCHINA is probably the world’s greatest basketball website.
  • Everyone knows Love is Love for Stephon Marbury… except for when it comes to the Knicks. Steph successfully called Mike D’Antoni’s exit in New York, and now he’s tweeting about it to remind everyone.
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Wednesday Morning Jianbing

March 14, 2012

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Starting your day right with China’s favorite street breakfast and a bunch of links
  • As the popular saying goes, sometimes life gets in the way of blogging, which explains why we’re late on all the Shanxi-Beijing-Marbury fallout from Game 4 on Sunday. We promise we have some stuff coming up, but in the meantime go and check out Anthony Tao’s excellent coverage over at Beijing Cream here, here and here.
  • Shark Fin Hoops’ Andrew Crawford holds court with 2012 NiuBBall.com CBA Coach of the Year, Dan Panaggio.
  • Fans who wish that Jeremy Lin would cut down on his turnovers, this could be good news: Lin and Volvo are seriously discussing teaming up for future endorsements in China. Maybe associating with Volvo’s line of ultra-safe vehicles will rub off on Lin’s sometimes chaotic, turnover-inducing drives into the lane?
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Monday Morning Jianbing

March 5, 2012

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Starting your day right with China’s favorite street breakfast and a bunch of links

  • Oak Hill Academy, the high school you should know as the one who produced Kevin Durant, Carmelo Anthony and Rajon Rondo among others, is coming to China on March 7. The nine game tour will span three provinces in China’s southern region, Guangdong, Fujian and Guangxi. In case you’re wondering, the Bayi Rockets are not on their schedule.
  • As my fast-food restaurant owning friend’s wife, who knows nothing about sports or basketball, just proved without a reasonable doubt last week after her Lin Shuhao reference, Linsanity is still sweeping the China nation. But, “Marbury Madness,” which started in 2010 after Stephon Marbury moved from the NBA to the CBA, is arguably the highest it’s ever been now that Beijing is in the semi-finals.
  • Thanks at least in part to Yao Ming’s campaign to end the consumption of shark fin soup, a National People’s Congress member is proposing the central government take the dish off of all official banquets.
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Monday Morning Jianbing

February 20, 2012

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Starting your day right with China’s favorite street breakfast and a bunch of links

  • Fans in New York — you know, because maybe, just maybe they want to watch — can now finally tune into The Lin Show after Time Warner Cable ended its blackout of MSG Network. That I can watch the Knicks in Beijing while people in NYC can’t is either a celebration of modern technology or simply just one of the dumbest things ever.
  • Jim Yardley’s new book, “Brave Dragons,” is out in bookstores and Kindles and is obviously a must buy if you frequent this site. No, we’re serious. You have to buy this book. We just finished it this morning, and like this review, we came away thoroughly impressed by his wide-ranging account of Chinese basketball. We’ve got more good stuff on the book coming later in the week, so stay tuned.
  • In what serves as a nice little preview for the upcoming CBA playoffs, our man Andrew Crawford over at Shark Fin Hoops conducts a great interview with Shanghai Sharks head coach, Dan Panaggio.
  • Chinese soccer’s “Golden Whistle,” Lu Jun, is facing some serious jail time after being convicted of match fixing. Meanwhile, Chinese basketball’s own “Golden Whistle,” Wang Zhuoping, is back in the CBA this season reffing games like nothing ever happened.
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Thursday Morning Jianbing

February 2, 2012

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Starting your day right with China’s favorite street breakfast and a bunch of links

  • Correction alert: On my CBA Round 25 recap, I wrote that Foshan’s head coach, Jay Humphries, called out his translator after the game for a miscommunication during the final play of the game that cost his team the win. That’s a mistake, as Humphries has been out at Foshan since late December. Apologies to the not-so-few number of people I have apparently offended with this typo. As anyone who has followed this blog knows, this isn’t the first time I’ve fallen asleep at the blogging wheel. Thanks to @Beijing Boy and the many emailers for pointing that one out.
  • CNN’s got a story on J.R. Smith’s season in Yiwu with the Zhejiang Chouzhou Golden Bulls. The clip is full of interesting bits and pieces (Chinese practices, J.R. speaking Mandarin, Chinese Hooters, rabbit ears-clad cheerleaders), but the one that stands out the most is how his experience in China has “taken the love of the game away.”
  • Shanxi’s Marcus Williams’ three-point shooting percentage has miraculously increased from 64.6%to 80.6% and now to 100%. Now that’s an error. The CBA is saying that the people who enter data into the official stat records are responsible for the mistake.
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Wednesday Morning Jianbing

January 11, 2012

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Starting your day right with China’s favorite street breakfast and a bunch of links

  • The CBA All-Star ballots are coming in… and most of them are coming in for J.R. Smith, who leads all players with 101,864 votes. Second is Stephon Marbury, who is checking in with just over 99,000.
  • In a recent interview with China Daily, 14-year NBA pro Jamal Mashburn, who played under embattled former Xinjiang head coach, Bob Donewald Jr., in New Orleans, says that he’s a big supporter of the coach. And then he goes on to say that he’s considering buying the New Orleans Hornets. Yeah, buying. Monster Mash has been accumulating piles of money through the 37 Papa John’s pizza shops, 30 Outback Steakhouse restaurants, two car dealerships and one real estate company that he owns.
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Tuesday Morning Jianbing

December 6, 2011

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Starting your day right with China’s favorite street breakfast and a bunch of links

 

  • Good news: There’s more and more good sites with accurate information writing in English about Chinese hoops. In addition to our boy Andrew Crawford and his blog about the Shanghai Sharks, Shark Fin Hoops, NBA247365.com is also joining in on our small community by providing detailed recaps of every round as well as some assorted news/analysis when a big story comes round.
  • As we noted yesterday, the league’s leader in assists is seven-foot center, Mengke Bateer. Just making sure ya’ll know that.
  • After cracking down on player/coach behavior, the CBA is now setting stricter rules on the courtside “DJ’s” who are responsible for doing the PA announcing and the in-game music. Home court DJ’s are not allowed to “[verbally] attack the other team, comment on the referees or say anything during free throws and all selected music must be pre-approved by the CBA.” (h/t hoopCHINA)
  • We’re so, so late on this, but it still needs to be brought to your attention: Yao Ming is starting his own wine company. I’m sure Chinese are looking forward to mixing it with ice cubes and Sprite. On a related note, we’re calling the Huffington Post out for thinking Yao’s last name is Ming. A somewhat tolerable mistake in 2002 when he first came into the League, but definitely not in 2011 when it should be common knowledge that unlike in the West, Chinese last names precede their first names.
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Thursday Morning Jianbing

November 10, 2011

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Starting your day right with China’s favorite street breakfast and a bunch of links

  • Want to hear first-hand about what’s going on in Urumqi with the Xinjiang Flying Tigers? Sure you do. Casey Owens, who is serving as an assistant under Bob Donewald this season with the aerial cats, went on Colorado Public Radio last week to talk about a variety of issues team and league related. Definitely worth the listen, first because there’s some cool stuff about Kenyon Martin, but also because the guy knows his stuff. 2011-12 will be Owens’ third season in China  – in 2009-10 he was an assistant under Donewald in Shanghai and last year he was hired as head coach of Fujian.
  • Want to hear even more about what’s going on with Xinjiang? The Bergen Record published an interview with K-Mart, who looks like he’s adjusting just fine to his new life in northwest China. Guan Weijia for Sheridan Hoops provides a similar picture.
  • Part of us is a little sad that the CBA All-Star Weekend is moving from our home base in Beijing to faraway Guangzhou this year. Key word: part.
  • Mark our words: J.R. Smith will score 70 points in a game… if he can stay out here long enough to do it.
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Monday Morning Jianbing

October 24, 2011

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 Starting your day right with China’s favorite street breakfast and a bunch of links…

  • If you haven’t already noticed, we’ve added a “CBA Teams” tab on the menu bar at the top of the home page. You can now see the logo, the city, the sponsor and the name for each of the 17 teams in the league this year, as well as how many championships each team has won. That means two things: You now know how lopsided the balance of power in this league has been, and two you no excuse not to spell everything right when you write about the CBA this season on your own site. And we figure, given all of the NBA guys who will be playing here this season, there will be an awful lot of China coverage this season. So please — for us — take the extra time to look at the page.
  • Georgetown Hoyas head coach, John Thompson III, on his teams’ highly publicized fight with the Bayi Rockets: “Going through that experience, I do think that has helped expedite the coming-together process of this team because, quite literally, they realized you have to have each other’s back.”
  • This is just really strange.
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Weekend Jianbing

October 9, 2011

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Getting your weekend going with China’s best and most versatile street snack.
  • Kenyon Martin is in Urumqi with the Xinjiang Guanghui Flying Tigers and he’s talking to Yahoo!’s Marc Spears about his decision to come to China, his old NBA squad, the Denver Nuggets, and his future in the NBA. Definitely worth the read, but just know that unless the CBA has suddenly decided to extend the season by two months (and given the league’s propensity to do stuff at the last minute, that wouldn’t surprise us) the playoffs end in March, not May.
  • K-Mart’s not the only China Nugget to be talking, though. HoopsHype did an interview with Wilson Chandler, who will play this season with the Zhejiang Guangsha Lions.
  • Earl Clark, who was supposed to be Chandler’s teammate in Hangzhou, is officially back in the United States. Once the lockout ends, he’ll be an unrestricted free-agent.
  • Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jim Yardley has written a very informative and detailed breakdown of the Bayi Rockets, aka the team that brawled against the Georgetown Hoyas back in August, on Grantland. Yardley, who was based in Beijing for the New York Times a few years before moving to India, is coming out with a book called “Brave Dragons,” which chronicles the Chinese Basketball Association’s Shanxi Zhongyu Brave Dragons’ season in 2008-09. To say that we’re excited would be an understatement.
  • Guan Weijia, a Chinese writer for the China-based Titan Sports, is writing in English for former AP and ESPN basketball writer Chris Sherdian’s new website, SheridanHoops.com. We think that’s great — the more informed and accurate information/analysis the Western English-speaking world can get about Chinese hoops, the better. Guan’s must-read column will appear on the site every Wednesday. We’re looking forward to next Wednesday already.
  • And we’re not the only ones who think that, either. Truth About It’s Kyle Weide wrote a solid piece about Yi Jianlian and failed expectations in reaction to Guan’s piece on Yi written two weeks ago. Is Yi still worthy of the NBA? Our two cents: Yes, simply because teams will be willing to sign him to a deal in the hopes of penetrating the all important China market. Even if NBA ratings across China are down, there’s still a lot of Yi interest in his home province of Guangdong, population 100 million. And although he’s never really proven himself yet, with that body and athleticism, I’m sure there’s some GM’s who’d be willing to take a cheap flyer on him in the hopes that he can blossom into a solid role player.
  • AmericaPacers, we’re eagerly awaiting your reply.
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