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<  Yi Jianlian and other Asian NBA players  ~  Ding Yan Yuhang is NBA Bound ???

PostPosted: Sun Apr 23, 2017 6:48 am
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superjohn wrote:

wahahahaha, this Ding guy is not as big as the new Chinese 7 ft giants.




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LOL !!! :lol: :lol: :lol:

YOU IDIOTIC FENQING 笨七粪青 HENTAI AKA PERVERT 变态 !!! :twisted: :evil: :twisted:

YOU'VE GOT NOTHING TO DO ??? :roll: :roll: :roll:

JUST WANT TO STALK AND TROLL HERE ???
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Basketball games is NO LONGER JUST ABOUT HEIGHT !!! :roll: :roll: :roll: It's about SPEED, BB IQ, stamina, shooting skills and team work. 7-foot centres, other than doing dirty work of rebounding and shot-blocking are becoming OBSOLETE and REDUNDANT in modern basketball game plan/strategies.

PLEASE GO TO DIE 去死啦, YOU WORTHLESS ATTENTION-WHORISH CANTO BUTT-TROLL !!!! :twisted: :evil: :twisted:

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PostPosted: Sat May 13, 2017 12:09 am
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This is from today's Sports Day by Eddie Sefko, a reporter that focused on coverage of the Dallas Mavericks.

Eddie Sefko made the SAME FVCKING CLUELESS SILLY MISTAKE as our Butt-Troll CONFUSING Ding Yan Yuhang with Ding Jinhui in an earlier version of this article. :lol: :lol: :lol:

It was only after some Chinese basketball fans wrote him to clarify (since Ding Jinhui had retired and is now an assistant coach for Zhejiang Chouzhou Bank Golden Bulls ) that he realized he had mixed up the 2 players and re-edit/rectify his article back to Ding Yan Yuhang.

Mark Cuban/Donnie Nelson want to exploit the new NBA rule of signing an EXTRA player not counted on the official 15-man roster, but that player could shuttle between Dallas Mavericks and its affiliate NBDL team, the Texas Legends in Frisco.

Let's hope this time, it is NOT FAKE NEWS ANYMORE !!!
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https://sportsday.dallasnews.com/dallas ... -court?f=r

Potential Chinese signing Ding Yanyuhang
would benefit Mavericks both on and off the court


By Eddie Sefko , Staff Writer
Contact Eddie Sefkoon Twitter:@ESefko

CHICAGO --
Not every player signing happens solely because of the basketball end of the NBA's business.

The Mavericks have put the wheels in motion to sign veteran Chinese swingman Ding Yanyuhang this summer and have him play in their summer league and likely be on their training camp roster, president of basketball operations Donnie Nelson said.

Ding, 23, has been playing professionally in the Chinese Basketball Association and was that league's domestic MVP this past season.

He has become one of China's best players and the Mavericks are hopeful he can grow into a solid NBA contributor. The fact that he fits in with the team's youth movement helps, too.


There would be other benefits to having him on the roster.

Tapping into the huge Chinese market has been a focus of the NBA for several years. Signing a player born in China would be a tremendous boost for the Mavericks' global cache. And it would give them an entryway into a social media market that has exploded.

Owner Mark Cuban declined to comment about Ding. He said more will be known after July 1 when the signing can become official.

However, Cuban last year hired a Mandarin-speaking employee, Ryan Kline. He is from Dallas and attended Yale. He, too, declined to talk about the impact that Ding might have on the Mavericks off the court.


It's clear, though, that Cuban values the Chinese marketplace and believes that sponsorships and fan interaction in that country could spark a major connection between the Mavericks and sports fans in Asia.

Sports and social media have collided in China to produce massive interest in American leagues, with the NBA establishing itself front and center by opening an office in Shanghai.

Nelson envisions that Ding could be a candidate for the new two-way designation that teams have at their disposal for the coming season. But he is young enough to have a chance to be an NBA-caliber player.

The two-way contracts allow a team to sign a player that would not count against the 15-man roster limit and could shuttle between the NBA and the team's NBA Development League outlet. In the Mavericks' case, that's the Texas Legends in Frisco. Players signed to two-way contracts can spend 45 days with the NBA team before they have to be extended a qualifying offer to stay.


This will not be the Mavericks' first foray into the Chinese player market. They signed Wang ZhiZhi to a contract in 2000 after drafting him in the second round in 1999. He was the first Chinese player to sign an NBA contract and played 60 games for the Mavericks over two seasons.

Wang averaged 5.6 points and shot 41.4-percent from 3-point range in 55 games in 2001-02.

CORRECTION, 11:52 p.m., May 12, 2017: An earlier version of this story incorrectly identified Ding Yanyuhang as Ding Jinhui.


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PostPosted: Sat May 13, 2017 5:06 am
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wahahahaha, just cannot believe people like pryuen and this reporter can mix up both of these Ding guys, one plays snooker, the other plays basketball. Strange but true.


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PostPosted: Sat May 13, 2017 5:31 am
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superjohn wrote:

wahahahaha, just cannot believe people like pryuen and this reporter can mix up both of these Ding guys, one plays snooker, the other plays basketball. Strange but true.



LOL !!! :lol: :lol: :lol:

YOU FVCKING CLUELESS IDIOTIC PERVERT BRAIN DEAD FENQING !!! 变态脑残粪青 !!!
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The guy that plays snooker is DING JUNHUI 丁俊晖, and NOT DING JINHUI 丁锦辉!!! :roll: :roll: :roll:


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PostPosted: Wed May 17, 2017 9:43 pm
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Mark Cuban became owner of the Mavericks in 2000, who then signed Wang Zhizhi to a contract. He also signed Yi Jianlian. And now he's going for a three-peat with Ding Yanyuhang


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PostPosted: Mon May 22, 2017 5:29 am
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Ding Yan Yuhang in training on the West Coast in Los Angeles (LA Clipper's venue ??)

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It's YET to be confirmed, but it was reported that he will travel down to Dallas end of this month.


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PostPosted: Tue May 23, 2017 2:04 am
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wahahahahaha, this Ding guy after injury, has become pryuen's new idol.


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PostPosted: Tue May 23, 2017 4:30 pm
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pryuen wrote:




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I haven't seen an Asian guy dunk in awhile. It's been over 2 years since Lin's last dunk... and Yi was fouled on his one dunk attempt in preseason.


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 02, 2017 8:33 pm
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Ding Yan Yuhang trained on his jump shots at LA Clippers facility.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 11, 2017 9:58 pm
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Ding Yan Yuhang had arrived Dallas and was shown here working out in Dallas Mavericks facilities in preparation for the Summer League !!!!


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