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Stephon Marbury Has Silenced His Critics This Year, Maybe For Good

April 3, 2012

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  This piece was originally posted on Beijing Cream; big ups to Anthony Tao for his reads and edits. It’s November 2010, and Stephon Marbury has locked himself inside a hotel room in Taiyuan, Shanxi province, sad, hurt and uncertain over his future in China. Eight months earlier, after basically being told he wasn’t welcome anymore […]

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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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Stephon Marbury officially signs with Beijing Shougang

August 26, 2011

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After a one year odyssey, Stephon Marbury is finally coming to the capital. According to Sina Sports, Beijing Shougang and Marbury have agreed to a one-year deal. An anonymous source talking to NetEase Sports yesterday put the contract at around $1.4 million for the year. However, Beijing general manager Yuan Chao was quoted today as saying […]

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Monday Morning Jianbing

July 25, 2011

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Starting your day right with China’s favorite street breakfast and a bunch of links…  After another long hiatus from dependable internet (basketball tournament in Yunnan, yes there’s a post in the works) NiuBBall is back in action, and this time for good. Even though we’re in the midst of a classic dirty, smoggy, hot Beijing […]

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Chuck Hayes’ China tour grabs headlines for the wrong reasons

July 10, 2011

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Every summer, lots and lots of NBA come to China, because, well, there are lots and lots of Chinese NBA fans.  An estimated 300-400 million to be exact. Sure, superstars like Kobe, Durant, LeBron and Dwight Howard make sure to spend a bit of time in the PRC in the off-season.  But China also sees […]

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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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Several CBA teams keeping tabs on NBA’s Wednesday cuts

January 5, 2011

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As we near the one month mark in the CBA regular season, several teams are looking towards America to remedy a host of early season ills. With today being the final day NBA teams can waive players with partially guaranteed contracts — no extra salary payments required — several teams in China are closely monitoring the League […]

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Are Chinese fans bored of Stephon Marbury?

January 5, 2011

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As someone who understands the difficulty of adapting to life China, I’m generally down with Stephon Marbury.  While an entire starting lineup of ex-NBA players have already left — some before even playing a single game — Marbury remains dedicated to playing and developing his business plans in the People’s Republic almost one year since […]

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Monday Morning Jianbing

December 28, 2010

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Starting your day right with China’s favorite street breakfast and a bunch of links… You can say that Steve Francis’ short-lived stay in Beijing was a disaster, and you’d probably be right.  But, try telling that to his wallet.  According to Beijing News Online, the Ducks have agreed to pay Francis one-third of his “guaranteed” […]

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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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Tuesday Afternoon Tanghulu

December 22, 2010

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Sweetening up your afternoon with a stick of Beijing’s timeless sugar coated snack and some links… Finally back in the States and in front of some much missed NBA TV… but, not until after nearly 24 hours of being in airplanes and airports.  My China-America trip went something like this: A 30 minute drive from […]

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Thursday Afternoon Tanghulu

December 16, 2010

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Sweetening up your afternoon with a stick of Beijing’s timeless sugar coated snack and some links Jiangsu’s big man in the middle, Tang Zhendgong, ended his long holdout with management late Tuesday night after recent speculation that the seven-foot center wouldn’t play at all this year.  With Tang finally on board, the Dragons now have […]

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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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Min Lulei: Francis to start season off the bench

December 8, 2010

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Don’t think that just because Beijing Shougang’s newest import happens to be a three-time NBA All-Star and a former teammate of Chinese megastar, Yao Ming, he’ll be able to walk into China on a whim and be handed the keys to the Chinese Basketball Association palace. Steve Francis, who has yet to practice with his […]

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Monday Morning Jianbing

December 6, 2010

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Starting your day right with China’s favorite street breakfast and a bunch of links… As Rockets fans in both the States and China know, Yao Ming has taken a while, almost a month to be exact, to come back from a bone bruise in his left ankle.  Aaron Brooks has been out of the lineup […]

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