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Shanghai Sharks announce Wang Qun has head coach; re-sign Max Zhang

May 16, 2013

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Things are going to be a lot different in Shanghai next season. Last Friday, the Sharks held a press conference to announce a combination of decisions that will have a huge impact on the club’s short-term and long-term direction: the appointment of Wang Qun as head coach, and the re-signing of “Max” Zhang Zhaoxu. Wang, […]

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Zhang Zhaoxu… CBA’s highest paid Chinese player?

April 22, 2013

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Is “Max” Zhang Zhaoxu on his way to becoming Chinese basketball’s first eight million RMB man? Could be, according to several recent reports. The Shanghai Sharks 7’3 center is reportedly being offered big money from both the Beijing Ducks and the Xinjiang Flying Tigers. Last Thursday, Sina Sports, citing an unnamed source, reported that the […]

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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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Plenty on the line in CBA’s final weekend

February 15, 2013

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It goes by quickly, doesn’t it? After a week-long Spring Festival break, the Chinese Basketball Association’s 34-round regular season will come to a close this Sunday. And while Guangdong, Shandong and Beijing have already locked up the top three spots, there’s still plenty of stuff going on below them. To help everyone out, let’s go […]

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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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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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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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Xinjiang to travel on private jet this season?

October 3, 2012

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The Xinjiang Guanghui Flying Tigers are all set to become the first team in CBA history to fly a private jet this season. The Xinjiang Guanghui Flying Tigers are taking their mascot name literally, starting this season. It’s old news in the Chinese world (this story was released about three weeks ago), but the Flying […]

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Urumqi reunion: James Singleton to return to Xinjiang (and other updates on CBA imports)

September 20, 2012

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After spending last season in Guangdong, James Singleton is thumbs-upping a return back to Xinjiang. Some say time is the best healer. Apparently, “some” include the Xinjiang Guanghui Flying Tigers and James Singleton, who after splitting up on bad terms a year ago are now ready to get back together. On Tuesday, Xinjiang general manager, […]

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Xinjiang signs Von Wafer, attempts to reload for title run

August 20, 2012

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Von Wafter, who most Chinese will remember from his days with the Rockets, has signed with the Xinjiang Flying Tigers. Xinjiang certainly recovered quickly after its failure to resign Quincy Douby. With a contract reportedly worth US $2 million dollars, the Flying Tigers have officially signed six-year NBA pro, Von Wafer. Chinese fans will recognize […]

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The Legacy of Bob Donewald

August 16, 2012

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Among other accomplishments during his two years as Team China head coach, Bob Donewald Jr. brought home the country’s first Asia Championship since 2005. (Photo: FIBAasia.net) To the surprise of absolutely no one, Bob Donewald Jr., whose contract in Beijing has now expired, will not be returning to coach Chinese National Team. In a highly […]

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Quincy Douby returns to China, signs with Zhejiang

June 13, 2012

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Quincy Douby will once again play in China, but he won’t be playing in the same uniform. (Photo: Osports) Quincy Douby is returning to play basketball in a country that will be quite familiar. To the surprise of many, however, the team he’ll be playing for will be quite different. Douby will be back in […]

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Xinjiang team president, Hou Wei, steps down

April 19, 2012

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After hiring a new head coach, Xinjiang is now shaking things up in its front office. According to NetEase, longtime team president, Hou Wei, has resigned. He will be replaced by Guo Jian, who served last season as the team’s general manager. Hou had been with the team for the last 13 years, acting as […]

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CBA off-season carousel in full swing

March 14, 2012

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As the the playoffs rage on come to a grinding halt (thanks, Shanxi), and as we’re back on the blogging trail, now seems as good a time as ever to update everyone on the coaching and front office changes that are going on around the league. Jim Cleamons not coming back to Guangsha; Wang Fei set […]

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