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Mid-Autumn Festival Moon Cakes

September 12, 2011

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Today is Mid-Autumn Festival, which means as a foreigner, you’ve probably already gotten lots of well-wishing mass texts from Chinese friends/friends of friends/random people who somehow have your number. And of course, you’ve probably had your fair share of moon cakes, thick, heavy tasting pastries that are as indispensable to the holiday as turkey is to Thanksgiving. […]

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Agent: Thaddeus Young receiving ‘serious interest’ from Chinese teams

August 31, 2011

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With Earl Clark and Wilson Chandler having signed in China over the past two weeks, the NBA free-agent exodus looks to be just heating up. From Jorge Sierra over at Hoopshype: Count free agent forward Thaddeus Young among those who could potentially end up playing in China. Agent Jim Tanner told HoopsHype Young has been drawing plenty of attention […]

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Wilson Chandler signs with Zhejiang Guangsha

August 30, 2011

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Denver Nuggets forward, Wilson Chandler, is heading over to Hangzhou. From ESPN.com: Wilson Chandler said he has signed a contract with the Zhejiang Guangsha of the Chinese Basketball Association, a move that would essentially preclude him from participating in the 2011-12 NBA season if the lockout ends and the games begin. …Chandler’s agent, Chris Luchey, did […]

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CBA bars players with active NBA contracts from playing in China

August 19, 2011

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For the last two months, a long list of out-of-work NBA players have been looking across the Pacific Ocean towards China as a possible lockout destination. And after two months of silence, the Chinese Basketball Association finally sent back a message to all of those players. Look somewhere else. According to Sina Sports, the CBA […]

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CBA to meet on Thursday and Friday, will rule on opt-out clauses

August 17, 2011

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The Chinese Basketball Association will have its long awaited policy meeting tomorrow and Friday in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, to determine several important rules for the upcoming 2011-12 season, including a much anticipated decision on back-to-the-NBA opt-out clauses. In addition, the league will also decide on new playing time rules for imports, when the new season will start […]

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Friday Afternoon Bubble Tea

August 5, 2011

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It’s Beijing, it’s summer, it’s hot. So cool down with some bubble tea (with ice), chill out and take in these afternoon links. As we recapped yesterday, both Titan Weekly and the Chengdu Daily reported that several CBA teams have offered deals worth over $1 million a month to superstars like Dirk Nowitzki, Kobe Bryant and […]

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Teams searching for ways to get NBA superstars to China

August 4, 2011

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Four days after being hit with a proposed rule that would prevent teams from signing locked-out NBA superstars to month-to-month contracts this season, teams are hitting back with an announcement of their own: We don’t care about your stinking rule. Fixed on taking advantage of the rare opportunity of bringing an NBA superstar to China […]

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Monday Morning Jianbing

August 1, 2011

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Starting your day right with China’s favorite street breakfast and a bunch of links… even if it’s almost 1pm. If you woke up late, enjoy your first meal of the day. If you’ve been up for a while, enjoy it as a snack. We promise it’s still really good in the afternoon. Alexander Johnson, who […]

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CBA won’t allow active NBA players to sign out-clauses?

July 31, 2011

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Since the NBA lockout started on July 1st, a host of NBA superstars have been considering China as a potential landing spot if the work stoppage drags on past the start of the season. If only China was considering NBA players. Earlier this afternoon, Sina Sports, quoting an anonymous figure connected to the CBA, reported that […]

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China exhibition tour’s success depends on getting China government approval

June 30, 2011

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On Monday, the Sports Business Journal published a summary authored by Wasserman Media Group proposing the idea of a “China Basketball Tour” as an option for its players in the event of a lockout.  Wasserman, which represents 45 NBA players, including NBA MVP Derrick Rose, began pitching the idea in April with a plan of bringing over around […]

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