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The good, the bad and the unexpected of CBA All-Star Weekend

March 1, 2013

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OK, we’ll admit: Our recap of All-Star Weekend sucked this year. In part, that’s because our opinion from the 2011 Beijing edition has already been aired out loud and clear. But mostly it’s because our guy at Shark Fin Hoops, Andrew Crawford, made the journey down to sunny and warm Guangzhou last weekend to take […]

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Dwyane Wade to play in China post-NBA?

March 1, 2013

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After a lot of talk about their lack of size, rebounding and and off-and-on play, the Miami Heat are rolling as they enter the month of March. Currently on a 12 game win streak, the defending champs lost only one game in February and have won 17 of their last 19 overall. LeBron James, whose […]

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New sponsorships bring new complications to CBA

December 6, 2012

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It’s been an exciting start to the season, to say the least. Amidst all the ongoing stories, however, the most important to the league long-term are the new deals that the CBA has signed this past summer. After inking a five-year contract with Infront Sports and Media, now the official marketing partner of the CBA, […]

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Dwyane Wade to Li-Ning looks like a done deal

September 10, 2012

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After spending the last three years with Jordan Brand, Dwyane Wade is splitting ways to join up with Li-Ning. We wrote about Dwyane Wade possibly moving to Chinese shoe brand, Li-Ning, a few weeks ago after reports surfaced in the States that the two-time NBA champion had grown discontented with Nike and Jordan Brand… and […]

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Dwyane Wade to sign with Li-Ning?

August 19, 2012

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Dwyane Wade looks like he’s set to join Evan Turner at Li-Ning Is a Chinese shoe company about to sign a major, in-their-prime NBA superstar? Well, if you believe everything you read on Twitter, it certainly sounds like it. From a dude who knows a thing or two about sneakers, SoleCollector’s Nick DePaula on Friday: Hearing […]

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China – Spain Recap

July 31, 2012

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Yi Jianlian’s game-high 30 points were the highlight of a very respectful performance from the Chinese against Spain. Photo: Sina Sports China was always a longshot (if a shot at all) in their 2012 Olympics-opening match-up against Spain — also known as the rematch of the 2008 Beijing Olympics preliminary round game that China should have won, […]

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Monday Night Chuanr

June 19, 2012

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Nighttime links served up proper with a hearty helping of lamb on a stick.  The beer is on you, though. The 2012 Nike All-Asia Camp was held once again in DongGuan, Guangzhou province earlier this month and although we weren’t able to get down there this year, Mike Procipio from GeorgeRaveling.com was. And he did […]

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Li-Ning pays CNY 2 billion to become official outfitter of CBA

May 31, 2012

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Li-Ning will be the new official outfitter of the Chinese Basketball Association starting in 2012-13, Li-Ning will become the official outfitter of the Chinese Basketball Association starting in the 2012-13 season after agreeing to pay the league CNY 2 billion (roughly US $314 million) over the next five years, according to a report by NetEase. NetEase […]

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Chinese shoe companies: A case of too much, too soon?

July 26, 2011

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“Over-expanding” in an effort to compete inside of a crowded Chinese shoe market has resulted in a sharp overall downturn for China’s athletic apparel industry. The expansion of Chinese athletic apparel brands has been an easy trend to spot for basketball fans both in the United States and in China. Over the last few summers, there […]

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Rudy Gay Nike All-Asia Camp Interview

June 14, 2011

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Rudy Gay instructs a player at the 2011 Nike All-Asia Camp in DongGuan, Guangdong province, China. (Photo: Jon Pastuszek, NiuBBall.com)   What if. It’s a question that, no matter how successful the Memphis Grizzlies’ Playoff run ultimately was, Grizzlies and NBA fans will be asking this summer and possibly beyond, if a lockout prevents the […]

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Li Ning’s newest Evan Turner promotion: Win a RoboDoll, learn Chinese player tendencies

April 1, 2011

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Over the 24 and a half years of my life, I’ve played a crapload of basketball.  And as somebody who has lived in China for almost three years, I’ve also played a crapload of basketball against against every imaginable type of Chinese competition.  Farmers, professional streetball teams, college teams, students, teachers, professional youth players, company […]

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Monday Afternoon Tanghulu

March 21, 2011

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Sweetening up your afternoon with a stick of Beijing’s timeless sugar coated snack and some links… A really nice consolation for John Lucas III, who is headed back to Chicago to play for the Bulls after missing out on the playoffs this year playing for Shanghai. According to hoopCHINA, 17 year-old National Team point guard, […]

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Monday Morning Jianbing

February 28, 2011

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Starting your day right with China’s favorite street breakfast and a bunch of links… Shanghai’s post-season chances might have just gone from slim to none after the Sharks’ loss on the scoreline and their roster last night in Fujian.  During Shanghai’s win on Friday against Qingdao came with the news that star import John Lucas […]

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Li Ning trying to “Make the Change” one step at a time

February 9, 2011

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Man man lai.  It’s a common saying among China’s practical and long-term thinking population says when talking about various processes, from practical stuff, like learning how to cook, to academics, like learning a language.  It’s used for more serious stuff too, like finding a husband/wife, and is even said when discussing the things that may […]

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What is Lu You and why will Steve Nash be wearing their shoes?

January 15, 2011

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In my two and a half years living in Beijing and Nanjing , I’ve never heard of Lu You(露友, pronounced loo-yo)brand shoes.  But, then again I’m not really on the lookout for kicks in China — with size 13 feet, I’m resigned to either ordering online through American sites or bringing back boxes of new […]

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