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Earthquake: Beijing Olympians owner, Milton Lee, dies unexpectedly; Sun Yue signs with Beijing Ducks

October 2, 2013

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From the onset of the Beijing Olympians establishment, the team and its eccentric owner, Winston Lee, always set out to do things differently. Now, after Lee’s sudden passing and the departure of star player Sun Yue, the Olympians might not be able to do anything at all. On September 26th, Chinese media reported that Lee, […]

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Stephon Marbury to act as Beijing assistant coach for National Games

March 18, 2013

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Stephon Marbury’s Beijing Ducks may have been sent home packing earlier than expected, but Marbury will be sticking around in Beijing to start another China career: coaching. In an interview on BTV, the 36 year-old guard announced that he will serve as an assistant coach for Beijing as they prepare to participate in the 2013 China […]

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Beijing’s Min Lulei instructs players to attack the basket because, “We’ve got a good whistle”

January 22, 2013

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In the Chinese Basketball Association, referees are an ongoing issue. And that’s putting it nicely. Accusations and rumors of point shaving, bribes and various related corruption have all been thrown around, by fans, media and most recently, Tracy McGrady, who was ultimately fined and suspended for publicly criticizing referees. The most recent case: Sunday’s abomination of […]

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Monday Night Chuanr

June 12, 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 Shanghai Sharks’ planned trip to the Philippines later this month for a few exhibition games has been posponed indefinitely.  The Sharks say their players’ passports aren’t ready, but the Philippines Sports Commission is […]

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Beijing – Guangdong Game 4: Ducks move one win away from CBA title

March 29, 2012

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Randolph Morris’ excellent performance on offense, which included three big dunks, was key in Beijing’s Game 4 victory. (Photo: cfp.cn) Guangdong – 98 @ Beijing – 107 The Beijing Ducks are one win away from their first ever CBA championship and the biggest upset in CBA history. Stephon Marbury scored 28 points, dished out seven […]

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“Mr. 48 Minutes” Lee Hsueh-lin may finally get some rest

March 26, 2012

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With nobody else able to help Stephon Marbury run the show, Beijing’s Lee Hsueh-lin has played 238 out of a possible 240 minutes the last five games. (Photo: Osports) Quick, other than Stephon Marbury and Randolph Morris, who has been Beijing’s most valuable player this season? If you took a poll, either of the Ducks’ […]

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CBA fans: A history of throwing stuff

March 14, 2012

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(Thanks to Beijing Cream for the video) For all of the coverage and commentary that has flooded Chinese media since Sunday’s ugly scene in Taiyuan, it’s been the three words that were smugly offered by Beijing Ducks head coach, Min Lulei, that have stuck out to me the most (which can be seen at the […]

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CBA Playoffs Recap: Semi-Finals – Game 1

March 6, 2012

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Guangdong – 95 @ Xinjiang – 92 Different year, same Guangdong match-up… and unfortunately for Xinjiang, the same result. The Flying Tigers failed to grab a key defensive rebound that would have given them the chance to take the lead with under a minute left, but their inablity to box out James Singleton, who grabbed […]

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Breaking down the CBA playoff picture

January 28, 2012

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Zhejiang Chouzhou’s success will depend on whether or not J.R. Smith is still committed to playing at high level in the Chinese Basketball Association (Photo: Osports, via Sina Sports) Let’s reflect for a moment on what we’re doing here right now. You’re about to read a post about the very complicated, very indistict Chinese Basketball […]

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Guan Weijia: Marbury (10-0 with Beijing Ducks) a hero to many — especially a sick young girl

December 17, 2011

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Let’s face it: There’s just not a whole lot of good, accurate and insightful English language resources for people who have an interest for Chinese basketball. Which is precisely why we like reading Guan Weijia’s weekly columns on SheridanHoops.com — they’re good, they’re insightful, they’re accurate and of course, they’re all in English. So you can imagine […]

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2011-2012 CBA Preview

November 20, 2011

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J.R. Smith is just one of many reasons why people are more excited than ever to watch the CBA this season. Technically, the 2011-12 regular season started tonight. Paced by Othello Hunter’s 11 points and 21 rebounds The visiting Shandong Golden Bulls took out the Foshan Dralions in front of a national audience, 93-79. Normally, that’d […]

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On eve of playoffs, Beijing and DongGuan making big changes

March 16, 2011

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One’s out of necessity; the other out of choice.  Yet a little more than one week before the opening game of the 2010-11 CBA playoffs, both DongGuan and Beijing are set to make major changes to their import lineup. NetEase first reported that DongGuan, who sat firmly in second place almost the entire year before […]

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Wednesday Afternoon Tanghulu

January 13, 2011

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Sweetening up your afternoon with a stick of Beijing’s timeless sugar coated snack and some links… On Monday, NetEase Sports and Asia Basket reported that the Jilin Northeast Tigers had signed former Florida State star, Tim Pickett, to replace David Young.  But three days later, Young is still playing in a Jilin jersey and the […]

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Sina Sports reports that Steve Francis and Beijing split ways

December 27, 2010

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Steve Francis, revered in China since his days in Houston with Yao Ming, arrived in Beijing early in the morning on December 14th to a hero’s welcome; a homecoming of sorts for one of China’s favorite players of all time. 13 days later, Fu Laoda’s happy homecoming has turned into a messy divorce. According to […]

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Surprise! Francis plays 17 seconds in Beijing debut

December 16, 2010

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Judging by the ice pack, not even Steve Francis himself knew he’d be playing tonight Next time Min Lulei wants to make Steve Francis the center of a big surprise, he might want to give him a couple minutes warning. Having said before tonight’s game against Qingdao on numerous occasions that Francis would not make […]

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