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American dreams – Non-mainstream Chinese players crossing over to the NBA

September 23, 2013

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  He lives in Beijing, reads Chinese, is a self-described basketball degenerate who has watched his fair share of CBA games and really wants to write about Chinese basketball. And as we know better than almost anyone else, anybody who willingly watches CBA games is definitely a basketball degenerate. Yeah, James Hsu is a perfect […]

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Tracy McGrady doesn’t know who Wang Zhelin is, doesn’t think there’s anybody in CBA good enough to play in NBA

June 17, 2013

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There’s a lot of great story lines from this year’s NBA Finals between the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs, but there’s one that’s most relevant to NiuBBall and to Chinese basketball in general: Tracy McGrady is one win away from an NBA championship. OK well there’s actually three: Besides T-Mac, Miami’s Chris Anderson […]

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East Asia Basketball Championship: More proof that something is seriously wrong with Chinese basketball

May 28, 2013

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The East Asia Basketball Championship in Incheon, Korea concluded last Tuesday mostly as expected. As the qualifying tournament for the 2013 FIBA Asia Championship, all the big boys from the region clinched their ticket to the Philippines, including China, Korea, Japan and Chinese Taipei, as well as not-so-big-boy Hong Kong. (And congrats to HK, who […]

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Panagiotis Giannakis hired as head coach of Chinese National Team; initial 24-man roster released

April 28, 2013

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In a country where the dragon holds significant cultural importance, perhaps its fitting that one will be the next head coach of the national team. Ending a long search, the CBA announced the appointment of Panagiotis Giannakis as head coach of the Chinese men’s national team. Nicknamed “The Dragon” for his long reign of dominance […]

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2012-13 NiuBBall Awards

April 12, 2013

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Why would we write a 2012-13 CBA Awards piece when we already wrote another one elsewhere on the internet? Because one, there isn’t a word count around these parts. And secondly, it ain’t really a CBA Awards piece unless it’s a NiuBBall Awards piece. Which are exactly the reasons why we’re busting out another set […]

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…And we’re back

April 9, 2013

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  …Sorry about that. An extended vacation in the U.S. as well as some side projects kept us from posting anything for a too long of a while. But it’s not like you really missed much, anyway: The Guangdong Southern Tigers swept through the playoffs, including a 4-0 beat down of the Shandong Gold Lions […]

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2013 CBA All-Star Weekend Recap

February 25, 2013

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The 2013 Chinese Basketball Association All-Star Weekend pretty much went down like previous ones, failing for the most part to capture the overall atmosphere of the the NBA one it tries too hard to imitate. But that’s not to say there weren’t moments: As is becoming a yearly tradition, Guo Ailun went onto the court […]

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2013 China National Team stock watch

January 21, 2013

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It’s never to early to talk National Team. And given that there’s only eight more rounds in the 2012-13 Chinese Basketball Association regular season, followed by the playoffs, its really not that early anymore. Which is why we figured we’d offer up a quick report on who is rising, who has been staying steady, and […]

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Could China’s Back-To-Basket Centers Thrive In Today’s NBA?

December 4, 2012

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NiuBBall has a new scribe. World, meet Kenya Brown. Currently based in Beijing, Kenya has spent 11 years in China, half of which has been spent in Baoding, Hebei province. With a bachelor’s degree in Government and Politics from the University of Maryland and a master’s degree in International Relations from the University of Kent […]

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The definitive NiuBBall.com CBA preview

November 22, 2012

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Moreso than ever, the Chinese Basketball Association has become quite difficult to predict pre-season. It’s hard to predict first of all because we generally stink at predictions, but more importantly that the league is as deep as its ever been top-to-bottom. There’s a more than a few reasons for that — more off-season player movement, […]

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FIBA Asia Cup 12-man roster announced

September 13, 2012

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Team China’s trip to Tokyo for the Asia Cup got off to a boring start last night. Yesterday, the Chinese Basketball Association has announced the 12-man roster for the 2012 FIBA Asia Cup. Wang Zhelin and Guo Ailun headline a team that is completely comprised of players aged 22 and under. Going up against teams […]

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Wang Zhelin’s busy summer to continue in Tokyo

September 10, 2012

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Fresh off a gold medal at the FIBA Asia U-18s, Wang Zhelin is on now his way to Japan to play in the FIBA Asia Cup. Having already circled the globe this off-season to stop off at the Nike Hoop Summit in Portland, Bob Donewald’s three month London Olympic Asia Minor preparation tour, and the […]

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U-18s beat Hong Kong by 106 points and no, that’s not a typo

August 18, 2012

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The FIBA Asia U-18 Championship is underway in basketball hotbed Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia and China, who are looking to defend their 2010 title, has opened its schedule with a message to its preliminary round competition: We’re totally cool by beating our own country-mates by a Wilt Chamberlain. Playing in their opening game of the preliminary round yesterday, China beat […]

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Gong Songlin leaves Fujian, signs two-year deal with Zhejiang

July 25, 2012

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Longtime Fujian standout, Gong Songlin, is packing his bags for Yiwu. “The King of Fujian Basketball,” Gong Songlin, will have to sit on his throne from Yiwu, Zhejiang province after the 6’5 guard/forward agreed to terms with the Zhejiang Chouzhou Golden Bulls last week. Gong, who has spent 13 years overall playing for his home-province […]

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Decision to cut Wang Zhelin makes sense when put into context

July 12, 2012

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To the disappointment of some, Wang Zhelin won’t be dunking in the Olympics. (Photo: Osports) China has had a couple of nights to sleep on the as-of-Tuesday-released 12-man roster for the London Olympics and yet the primary debate remains the same today as it was when it was first announced: Should Wang Zhelin have been included on […]

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