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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 1:25 am
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Thanks for the updates Pryuen.


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 7:58 am
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Wang got 28/15 today. If this continues, he will be in the NBA.


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 12:56 pm
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bobliu wrote:
Wang got 28/15 today. If this continues, he will be in the NBA.


I'll believe it when he does play like this against black guys. scoring against Menk Bateer and Tang Zhedong will help with confidence, but doesn't mean he's NBA material.


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 1:18 pm
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NBA is a black league and the Jews run the TV networks.

Casspi is still in the NBA and doing commercials, he is on the all-star balloting. LOL

Wang ZL would have to do something amazing to get drafted. Something like beating the Americans in the Nike Hoop summit game and being the best international player... oh wait.

Still, Wang ZL is only rated the 10th best international prospect atm on Draftexpress. Not getting drafted at this rate. If Wang ZL was on the Olypics team and scored 20ppg 10 reb, then maybe. Also draftexpress already calling him a liar and being 3 years older than he actually is.

First line in his bio, LOL

http://www.draftexpress.com/profile/Wang-Zhelin-6352/

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Listed as being born in 1994, but rumored to actually be around three years older than that, Zhelin measured 7-feet tall in Portland and a sturdy 251 pounds, with a 6-11 wingspan.

Too late now.


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 4:32 pm
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The Ducks is unbeatable so far. Will they break the 13-0 record last season?


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 6:44 pm
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directshoot wrote:
The Ducks is unbeatable so far. Will they break the 13-0 record last season?


It's TOO EARLY to predict. :roll:

They BARELY beat Lioaning Jiebao last night; and the other 2 teams they beat were the rather weak Jilin Northeastern Tigers and the Shanghai MAXXIS Sharks, with Gilbert Arenas injured out playing only 6 minutes.

They have yet to meet stronger teams like Guangdong and Xinjiang.


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 11:13 pm
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Even the presence of Yao Ming, it did not help Shanghai MAXXIS Sharks. :cry: :cry: :cry:

Playing without Gilbert Arenas, the Shanghai MAXXIS Sharks went down fighting to the undefeated Shandong Kingston Bulls 78 ~ 89 last night in their debut game on their own home court.

The Shandong point guard Pooh Jeter palyed AWESOME to score 33 points (12/19 FG% 7/9 3-pointer% 2/2 FT%), 5 rebounds and 3 assists, while both Jackson Vroman (10 points/12 rebounds) and Zaid Abbas (16 points/17 rebounds/2 assists/2 block shots) scored a double-double.

DJ White was still the best Sharks to score a double-double of 21 points, 12 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 block shots. Liu Wei (15 points), Wang Yong (13 points) and Guo Yang (12 points) combined for 40 points.

So Shanghai MAXXIS Sharks (0 win 3 losses) is currently stranded at the rock bottom of the league, and will have to look forward to beat another winless team, Tracy McGrady's Qingdao Double Star Eagles at home to get their first win.


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 11:36 pm
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Yao Ming was there at the Pudong Yuanshen Stadium last night with a purpose.

It was the jersey retirement ceremony of former Shanghai MAXXIS Sharks Zhang Wenqi.


Zhang Wenqi joined the Sharks in 1993, and was the captain in 2002 when Shanghai Sharks landed their first CBA championship. He was considered one of the best small forwards of CBA, and had been a 2-time CBA All Stars, and was with the national team from 1998 to 2000.

Last night, Yao's former mentor/coach Li Qiuping and alot of Zhang's old team mates also showed up to witness the honor bestowed on Zhang Wenqi, as his #6 jersey was hoisted alongside that of Yao Ming and Wang Yanning (a famous reporter/broadcaster that had followed Sharks for over 3 decades and retired last year).


Photos of Yao Ming at the jersey retirement ceremony of Zhang Wenqi.


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 01, 2012 12:40 am
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And Tracy McGrady still could not obtain his first win of the season, as his Qingdao Double Star Eagles wasted a huge lead of 18 points, and got killed by Wang Zhizhi's basket 1 second before buzzer to lose 99 ~ 101.

It was a weird game.
Qingdao Double Star Eagles' new head coach limited TMAC's play minutes and tried various players' combinations and tested in total eleven players; they were doing pretty well, as at one time in 2Q, they were leading by 16 points, but the Bayi Rockets did not give up and reduce the arrears to single digits by half time.

Qingdao once again stretched the lead to 18 points in 3Q only to have the Bayi Rockets crawled back into the game.

With 4 seconds left, Mo Ke scored a 3-pointer to take a 3-point lead 99 ~ 96 , for Bayi Rockets only to have Zhao Yonggang to respond immediately with his 10th 3-pointer of the game to tie the score 99 ~ 99.


When the full capacity stadium expected an over time, with only 1 second left, Wang Zhizhi shot a basket to lead Bayi Rockets to victory 101 ~ 99.

TMAC did not play much this game; he only played less than 30 minutes; but he was transparent and not contributive to his team in 4Q when the game was the line. He only scored 13 points (5/7 FG% 0/2 3-pointer% 3/5 FT%), 1 rebound, 3 assists and 3 turnovers.

His 2 team mates Zhao Yonggang and Xue Yuyang shared 14 3-pointers amongst them. Zhao Yonggang, who benefited by working with Stephon Marbury when he was still with Foshan, erupted and scored his personal career high 36 points (11/18 FG% 10/15 3-pointer% 4/4 FT%), and Xue Yuyang contributed 21 points (8/17 FG% 4/10 3-pointer% 1/1 FT%). Ilunga Mbenga scored a double-double of 17 points/11 rebounds/5 block shots.


On Bayi Rockets side, the ageless Wang Zhizhi was their hero; he scored 27 points (11/21 FG% 2/3 3-pointer% 3/4 FT%), 9 rebounds and 1 block shot;

Their 2 veterans Han Shuo (20 points/3 rebounds/2 assists) and Mo Ke (19 points/6 rebounds/2 assists/2 block shots) played well and combined to contribute 39 points.

So it will be an interesting matchup on Sunday when Tracy McGrady and his Qingdao double Star Eagles travel to Shanghai to meet another winless team, Yao Ming's Shanghai MAXXIS Sharks.


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 01, 2012 1:36 am
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Yi Jianlian continued to dominate his opponents as he led Guangdong Dongguan Bank Hongyuan Tigers to beat Zhejiang Guangsha Lions 113 ~ 110 in a closely contested match in their debut home game in Dongguan.


The game was a seesaw with both teams exchanging leads in the first half. The Guangdong team was struggling until the 3 quarter when they managed to stretch a lead of 7 points (83 ~ 76) into 4Q.

But they could not put away Zhejiang Guangsha Lions and could only win narrowly when Lin Chih-Chieh missed a crucial 3-pointer seconds before the buzzer to force an overtime.


Terence Williams was the highest scorer for Guangdong with 32 points (11/27 FG% 6/17 3-pointer% 4/6 FT%), 2 rebounds and 3 assists.

Yi Jianlian scored a double double of 24 points (9/10 FG% 6/9 FT%), 12 rebounds, 1 assist and 3 block shots.


Zhu Fangyu contributed 18 points, while Ike Diogu scored 14 points/9 rebounds.

Liu Xiaoyu
gave one of his best performances in years as a starter to contribute 11 points but dished 8 assists.


On Zhejiang Guangsha side, Al Thorton played AWESOME to contribute 36 points (13/26 FG% 3/4 3-pointer% 7/8 FT%), 11 rebounds, 5 assists and 5 turnovers.

Peter John Ramos contributed 21 points, 7 rebounds and 3 block shots.

If not missing the tie-breaking 3-pointer, Chinese Taipei's Lin Chih-Chieh otherwise gave a pretty spirited performance; he scored 20 points (7/14 FG% 3/9 3-pointer% 3/4 FT%), 3 rebounds and 6 assists.


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