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Basketball Pioneers: LeBron James wanted US $5 million to come to China last year

September 17, 2012

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According to an anonymous Chinese general manager, LeBron James wanted to play in the CBA last year for US $5 million. How things change in a year. Roughly one year ago, the NBA lockout was raging and rumors of a mass overseas player migration were swirling as the work stoppage in the States seemed to […]

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CBA off-season carousel in full swing

March 14, 2012

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As the the playoffs rage on come to a grinding halt (thanks, Shanxi), and as we’re back on the blogging trail, now seems as good a time as ever to update everyone on the coaching and front office changes that are going on around the league. Jim Cleamons not coming back to Guangsha; Wang Fei set […]

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Marcus Williams Interview

March 10, 2012

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Thanks to slicing drives like this, Marcus Williams has been putting lots of numbers and wins in his first season for Shanxi. (Photo: Osports) Sometimes, you don’t know what you have until it’s gone. After learning that lesson midway through last season, the Zhejiang Golden Bulls are having to re-learn it from the comfort of […]

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Chandler’s FIBA LOC first gets denied, then gets granted

February 29, 2012

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Two weeks after leaving Zhejiang Guangsha, Wilson Chandler’s road back to the NBA has finally been re-opened. Now the question is, has it been re-opened in time? Chandler’s early exit from China can be attributed to one thing: Money, and potentially lots of it. A restricted free-agent coming off of a career year last year […]

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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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CBA: Repeat of a Kenyon Martin situation “won’t happen again”

February 8, 2012

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No way out. That was the way it was supposed to be when the Chinese Basketball Association passed a rule in August barring locked out NBA players from including back-to-the-NBA opt-out clauses into their Chinese contracts.  The move was made to prevent a potentially destabilizing mass China-to-U.S. exodus that would have sent teams scrambling for replacement players […]

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Players in China may have to wait until March to sign with an NBA team

January 31, 2012

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With seven more games to go in the Chinese Basketball Association regular season, Kenyon Martin, J.R. Smith, Wilson Chandler, Patty Mills and Aaron Brooks’ NBA return from a one-year stint in China is approaching its end. But, with all of their teams in good position for the CBA playoffs, that end may not come until after February. […]

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Guangdong, Xinjiang and CBA fans are clear winners in NBA lockout

November 18, 2011

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While NBA fans are bumming out over the yin of a potentially lost season, Chinese Basketball Association fans are whooping it up over the yang of the increasing amount of talented NBA players who have taken professional basketball refuge in China this year. More than a few CBA teams are pretty happy, too. At the […]

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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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CCTV to add more CBA games this season

November 9, 2011

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While the NBA is locked out with no clear end in sight, we’re officially getting ready for basketball here in China. As you know, the Chinese Basketball Association released the 2011-12 schedule on Monday. The Gerald Green/Marcus Douthit let Foshan Dralions will open up the season at home against the Othello Hunter and Alan Anderson-led Shandong […]

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Why Yi Jianlian is different than all other NBA-to-CBA players

October 18, 2011

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Chinese basketball got an unexpected piece of news last week when three-time defending CBA champs, Guangdong Hongyuan, announced the return of former player, Yi Jianlian, for the 2011-2012 season. Unlike other NBA-to-CBAers, Yi will be given the right to opt-out of his contract and return to the NBA whenever the lockout ends. Of course, the […]

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He’s back: Yi Jianlian set to return to Guangdong

October 9, 2011

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The Chinese Basketball Association has just added another NBA player. And this one, every person in China is sure to know. As confirmed by team general manager, Liu Hongjiang, former Chinese Basketball Association MVP, Yi Jianlian, has agreed to play this season in the CBA with his old team, the Guangdong Hongyuan Southern Tigers. The deal includes […]

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Earl Clark leaves Zhejiang Guangsha for “personal reasons”

September 28, 2011

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Earl Clark was the first NBA free-agent to sign in the Chinese Basketball Association this year. Now, he’s the first the leave. Talking to HoopsHype, Earl Clark’s agent, Happy Walters, has confirmed a hoopCHINA report that Clark and his Chinese team, Zhejiang Guanghsa, have gone their separate ways. Walters said Clark is citing “personal reasons” […]

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Xinjiang Guanhgui signs Kenyon Martin to richest contract in CBA history

September 22, 2011

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Kenyon Martin has a really long flight ahead of him. As first reported by the Denver Post’s Benjamin Hochman, Martin will sign the most lucrative contract in Chinese Basketball Association history with the Xinjiang Guanghui Flying Tigers. Hochman quoted Martin’s agent, Andy Miller,who confirmed the news. “It’s a great opportunity for him to stay in shape […]

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J.R. Smith signs for record amount with Zhejiang Chouzhou

September 14, 2011

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Move over Wilson Chandler and Earl Clark. You’re not the only two NBA players in Zhejiang, China, anymore. An anonymous source with knowledge of the situation has told NiuBBall.com that Denver Nuggets free-agent guard, J.R. Smith, has signed a contract with the Chinese Basketball Assocation’s Zhejiang Chouzhou Golden Bulls. The deal is estimated to be […]

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