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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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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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CBA Round 25 Recap

January 17, 2012

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DongGuan – 101 @ Foshan – 99 The Leopards stayed in second place thanks to 40 points from Josh Akognon, 23 from Shavlik Randolph… and a translating error from Foshan. With the shot clock off in the fourth quarter, the Dralions saw themselves down two with the ball. Foshan head coach, Jay Humphries Shi Liping, called […]

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CBA Round 24 Recap

January 15, 2012

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Beijing – 111 @ Shanxi – 114 Stephon Marbury’s return to his Chinese “hometown” of Taiyuan was spoiled by an unusually balanced effort from the Brave Dragons, who had five players score in double figures. Charles Gaines paced the home squad with 28 points and 14 rebounds, while Marcus Williams and Lu Xiaoming each pitched […]

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China’s future at the guard spot is on hold

December 18, 2011

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For me, there’s no bigger question mark for the Chinese National Team going forward than the on that’s stamped in bold at the end of “point guard.” For now — just like it’s been for years and years and years — there’s Liu Wei, who will once again carry the load at the position for […]

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CBA Power Rankings: Week 2 (11/30-12/6)

December 8, 2011

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*Note that the highly complicated methods that comprise these rankings do not factor in the results of Round 8, which was played on Tuesday and Wednesday night. These are as of Round 7, December 4th. 1. Beijing Shougang Ducks (7-0) Last week — 1: Last week, perhaps the argument could have been made we were […]

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CBA Round 5 Recap

December 4, 2011

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Guangdong – 94 @ Qingdao – 104 Another round, another shock upset. For the second time this year, four-time defending champion Guangdong was blindsided by a heavy underdog. Lester Hudson, who was a big reason why Guangdong won a title last year, exacted his revenge against the team that opted to replace him this year […]

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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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The ugly side of Chinese hoops rears its head again… twice

October 22, 2011

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On Tuesday and Wednesday, two separate teams from the Chinese Basketball Association were involved in bench clearing on-court altercations. (Photo courtesy of Sina Sports) Chinese Basketball Association pre-season should be a time to enjoy import rumors, special clauses made up seemingly on-the-fly, and the Jiangsu Nangang Dragons’ annual hold out.  Just call it some of the charms that […]

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Injured Zhou Peng left off 12-man Asia Championship roster

September 13, 2011

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After five months of closed door practices, international tournaments and warm-up games, the Chinese National Team roster is finally set for the FIBA Asia Championship, which starts on September 15 in Wuhan, China. The roster consists of Yi Jianlian (Washington Wizards), Su Wei (Guangdong Hongyuan Southern Tigers), Wang Zhizhi (Bayi Fubang Rockets), Zhang Zhaoxu (Shanghai […]

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Is China in danger of missing out on the 2012 Olympics?

September 8, 2011

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The FIBA Asia Championship starts on September 15th in Wuhan, Hubei province in China. Like the FIBA Americas, FIBA Oceania and FIBA EuroBasket Championships that already underway, and the FIBA Africa Championship that concluded on August 26, the winner of the Asia Championship receives an automatic berth into the 2012 London Olympics. Throughout the tournament’s […]

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Catching up on all things China National Team

June 24, 2011

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June 14th: China’s young “second team” goes down to Japan in East Asian Championship semi-finals Coming off of a solid win against South Korea on June 12th in the last game of the group stage, young Team China entered their semi-finals game last Tuesday against Japan with a marquee win over one of their biggest […]

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James Singleton is the latest to call Jiang Xingquan “military”

June 8, 2011

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Despite relative success, James Singleton’s year with the Xinjiang Guanghui Flying Tigers was a tough ride for the four year NBA veteran. Like almost all foreign players who played last year in the CBA, James Singleton is back in his home country, watching the NBA Finals, living in the comfort of familiar surroundings… and doing […]

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Xinjiang’s Jiang Xingquan to stay on for another year

May 24, 2011

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Contrary to rumors over his retirement, Jiang Xingquan will be back for another season at the helm of Xinjiang. After losing to Guangdong Hongyuan the last three years in the CBA Finals, Xinjiang Guanghui isn’t intent on quitting just yet.  In fact, they’re determined to be even more competitive next season. According to a Xinhua […]

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Four Real: Guangdong wins fourth consecutive CBA championship

April 30, 2011

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Guangdong’s Wang Shipeng lifts his first ever Finals MVP trophy after Guangdong took home the CBA crown on Wednesday night. There is still no parity in the Chinese Basketball Association. For the fourth year in a row, the Guangdong Southern Tigers finished the season as CBA champions, beating the Xinjiang Flying Tigers on the road […]

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