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Is There a Second Chance at NBA Stardom for Yi Jianlian?

April 9, 2013

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A week has passed since the Guangdong Southern Tigers captured their eighth Chinese Basketball Association title with a 4-0 series win over the upstart Shandong Gold Lions to place themselves alongside the Bayi Rockets with the most titles in the CBA’s short history. After a stunning loss to the Beijing Ducks in the 2011/12 CBA […]

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Shandong sweeps Beijing, will meet Guangdong in finals

March 18, 2013

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After captivating the basketball nation last season, a 2013 Finals rematch between  the Beijing Ducks and the Guangdong Southern Tigers was an eagerly anticipated and long-awaited event by both fans and, and possibly even the league itself. Too bad for the Ducks, the Shandong Gold Lions never got the memo. Marking yet another notch on […]

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CBA playoffs set to start on February 27; Beijing to start title defense against Guangsha

February 18, 2013

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After 34 rounds, the Chinese Basketball Association has its eight playoff teams. Defending champion, Beijing, who finished the season as the league’s third seed, will play sixth seeded Guangsha. Guangsha, who was locked in a late-season battle with DongGuan, Zhejiang and Shanxi for a post-season berth, jumped over everybody after beating Jiangsu at home last […]

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Eyeing championship run, Guangdong replaces Terrence Williams with Donald Sloan

February 15, 2013

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  Apparently not impressed enough with the best record in the league, the Guangdong Southern Tigers have made a big roster change on the eve of the post-season. Former Texas A&M standout, Donald Sloan, has officially replaced Terrence Williams and has already joined up with his new team in DongGuan. Sloan, who started the season […]

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Beijing to play in Wukesong for entirety of post-season

February 8, 2013

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Good news for Beijing, bad news for everyone else: The Ducks will be defending their championship in the same place they won it last year, the 18,000 seat MasterCard Center (formerly knows as Wukesong Arena). And this time, they’ll be playing every home game there. The move was officially approved last week by the Beijing […]

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Dominant Guangdong running away from the competition

February 1, 2013

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Parity. It’s something that is said to be increasing inside the Chinese Basketball Association, from third Asian imports (Zaid Abbas) leading previous bottom-dwellers to the playoffs to rules granting specific teams special privileges (need we single out Bayi?). And though it is apparent that the struggle to make the playoffs will be one of the […]

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Guangdong coach Li Chunjiang resigns, Jonas Kazlauskas joins staff

January 6, 2013

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Li Chunjiang and winning have gone hand-in-hand since he took over as the Guangdong Southern Tigers head coach in 2001. So it came as a shock today when team management announced that the seven-time champion coach is taking an indefinite leave away from basketball. In his stead, longtime Southern Tigers forward, Du Feng, who has been […]

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“Huan Su Wei” causes to Su Wei to seek psychologist

December 3, 2012

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There are many lasting effects and memories from the Beijing Ducks’ run to their first ever Chinese Basketball Association championship last season. Yet in the carryover from 2012 to the quickly approaching 2013, it has been three words that have perhaps had the biggest impact in current Chinese fan culture: “Huan Su Wei.” Substitute Su […]

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McGrady’s turnover, Gaines’ buzzer beater highlight CBA’s opening round

November 25, 2012

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The Chinese Basketball Association has officially started after Round 1 of the 2012-13 season wrapped up tonight. And save for Gilbert Arenas’ untimely hip flexor last night, we don’t think it could have started any better. There’s an overtime game in Shanxi to get to as well as Xinjiang’s impressive home win over Guangdong, but […]

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Gilbert Arenas officially signs in Shanghai

November 20, 2012

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Even if he’s getting away from the United States, Gilbert Arenas will be getting back to a familiar nickname. In what completes an almost month-long journey, Arenas has finally signed in the Chinese Basketball Association with the Shanghai Sharks. The deal is reported to be a one-year deal worth roughly US $700,000 with a mutual […]

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Last minute CBA import tidbits

November 12, 2012

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The clock is nearing zero on the countdown to the start of the CBA regular season, which means among other things, all of the loose ends regarding foreign player spots are being tied up. To help you lace up your shoes and get ready for some Chinese hoops, we’re getting you on your feet quicker […]

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Wojnarowski: Negotiations between Arenas, Guangdong falling apart (UPDATE!)

October 31, 2012

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Hold that thought about Gilbert Arenas playing in China this season. After reporting last week that Arenas and the Guangdong Southern Tigers were nearing an agreement over a contract this season, Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski is now writing that negotiations are at an impasse. Citing an anonymous source, Wojnarowski’s is reporting that whatever verbal agreements […]

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Gilbert Arenas near deal with Guangdong

October 24, 2012

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While Mitt Romney and Barack Obama sparred on Monday over Sino-American trade policy, there’s one highly lucrative U.S. export market that is gaining momentum by the day: Former NBA All-Stars to the Chinese Basketball Association. In a report first published by Yahoo! Sports, three-time NBA All-Star Gilbert Arenas is on the verge of signing a deal […]

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Yi Jianlian returns to CBA, to play with Guangdong this season

September 24, 2012

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For the second straight season, Yi Jianlian will return to the Guangdong Southern Tigers, where he won a CBA championship in 2002. (Photo: Osports) Europe called, but the NBA didn’t — and for Yi Jianlian, that means for the second straight season, he’ll be playing in the Chinese Basketball Association. According to Lu Yu, a […]

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Beijing signs 2011-12 CBA Chinese scoring champ, Li Gen

August 19, 2012

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Beijing Ducks fans will be hoping Li Gen’s career season last year in Qingdao will carry over to the capital city in 2012-13. (Photo: CFP.cn) Beijing’s boosted their chances for a successful title defense by officially signing one of the most explosive scorers in China, Li Gen. According to reports, the contract, originally said to […]

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