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PostPosted: Sun Dec 11, 2011 11:52 am
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voyd wrote:
Well, unless spreading STDs and daddyless welfare babies is "wrong"... :lol:


as far as I know there wasn't any baby from the incident. and they're consenting adults as far as STDs are concerned. the takeaway from the article isn't even Marbury, it's how when you put a black dude in charge his name might as well be Herman Cain there's all kinds of sexual harassment and nepotism. this chick got a job and a promotion by ****** Marbury and his posse then snitching on them to Thomas

as for Marbury, yes I'm sure one of the main cultural exchanges he's so excited about is the Chinese poon. again they're consenting adults.


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 11, 2011 11:52 am
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bobliu wrote:
beijing won again... 10 wins and no losses. marbury got 22 points and 10 assists zhai got 15 and 11 rebounds


where do you watch CBA games


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2011 12:49 am
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Geeeeeez Yao Ming's Shanghai MAXXIS Sharks lost a heartbreaker 93 ~ 95 to Fujian SBS Xunxin, and is now 2W 7L.

Looks like they will keep losing as Liu Wei is still injured and would probably not be returning any sooner.

They did pretty well in 4Q, trying to come back from behind, but just too little too late.

Ryan Forehan-Kelly made 7 out 7 3-pointers, scored 31 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists.

Mike Harris performed subpar with 18 points, 9 rebounds, 2 block shots.

Meng Lingyuan (15 points) and Wang Yong (10 points)
combined for 25 points.


As for Fujian SBS Xunxin, 5 players were in double digits scoring.

Will McDonald scored 24 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists.

Former Shanghai Sharks Zaid Abbas
scored 21 points/12 rebounds/6 assists.

Luo Yiting
(a guard from Hong Kong) made 4 out of 6 3-pointers to contribute 14 points.

Gong Songlin (11 points) and Zhao Tailong (13 points)
combined for 24 points.


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2011 1:15 am
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Stephon Marbury's Beijing Jinyu Capital Steel Ducks beat Jiangsu Nangang Dragons 109 ~ 98 to extend its winning streak to 10.

But the victory was a hard earned one,
as 3 of Beijing team's key rotation players Lee Hsieh Lin, Zhu Yanxi and Wang Xiaohui were out with injuries and Beijing had to rely on its full resolve to compete in Jiangsu's home court.

As for Jiangsu, Dan Gadzuric had been released due to an untimely leg injury, and was replaced by the versatile Jackson Vroman who had played well for Dongguan New Century Leopards last season but opted to play in KBL of South Korea this season but was waived by his team.

Jiangsu played pretty well and the game was a very contested one throughout the first 3 quarters.


But the turning point could be that Jackson Vroman got his 6th foul and was fouled out in late 3Q. Beijing Jinyu Capital Steel Ducks benefited from that, surged ahead and cruised to their 10th victory in the 4Q.

3 Beijing players ended up with double-doubles.

Randolph Morris scored 25 points/15 rebounds/1 assist/5 steals/7 turnovers/1 block shot.

Stephon Marbury
scored 22 points/4 rebounds/10 assists/1 steal.

Zhai Xiaochuan
scored 15 points/11 rebounds/1 assist/5 steals.

Their captain Chen Lei made 5 out of 9 of his 3-pointers to contribute 21 points.

For Jiangsu, Jackson Vroman played great in his debut; he scored 22 points/7 rebounds/2 assists/5 steals before he got fouled out in the 3rd quarter.

Meng Da
hit 5 out of 6 of his 3-pointers to end up with 23 points.

Their 2nd expat Marcus Williams played a very subpar game as he was totally shut down by Stephon Marbury or Chen Lei; he managed only 12 points, 2 rebounds, 5 assists and 5 turnovers.

Wang Junjie (14 points) and Wu Nan (10 points)
combined for 24 points.


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2011 2:42 am
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Some game photos of Stephon Marbury in action.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2011 3:13 am
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After a dismal start to the new season and on the receiving end twice, Gaungdong Dongguan Bank Hongyuan Tigers just kept on winning. They defeated Jilin Longrun Northeastern Tigers 101 vs 95 for their consecutive 5th win, and is now 8W 2L.

The game seemed to be basically over as the Guangdong team was leading with some 20+ points in later part of 2Q.

But Jilin did not give up, and Osama Daghlas proved he is one of the best point guards in the league by leading a comeback of the Jilin team. Osama Daghlas currently leads the CBA league in assists; he averaged 8 assists per game.

But the Guangdong team finally prevailed as the 19-point hole by half time was just too big for the Jilin team to climb out of.

Aaron Brooks seemed to have settled down and gelled with the Guangdong team. Even though he sux in his shooting in this game, missed 7 out of 7 of his 3-pointers, yet he just kept penetrating and drawing fouls as well dishing out assists to his team mates for scoring.
He scored a double-double of 17 points (3/12 FG% 0/7 3-pointer, 11/13 FT%), 5 rebounds, 11 assists.

Guangdong's young power forward Dong Hanlin played the best game of his short CBA career;
he scored a double-double of 26 points (12/17 FG% 2/5 FT%), 12 rebounds and sort of filled the hole of the departed Yi Jianlian.

Su Wei also did well contributing a double-double of 14 points (5/10 FG% 4/5 FT%), 12 rebounds and 3 block shots.

Wang Shipeng (12 points) and Zhu Fangyu (8 points) combined to contribute 20 points.


On Jilin side, Osama Daghlas played an awesome game, scored 27 points (9/21 FG% 1/6 3-pointer% 8/9 FT%), 4 rebounds, 12 assists.

His team mate Cartier Martin poured in 29 points (8/25 FG% 3/10 3-pointer% 10/13 FT%), 8 rebounds, 4 assists, 1 block shot.

But other than the expat players, the local players did not fare that well, and the Jilin team slumped to a losing streak of 4.


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2011 3:24 am
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Some photos of Guangdong vs Jilin.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2011 4:46 am
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The perennial championship contender Xinjiang Guanghui Flying Tigers after 2 defeats in the early season also rebounced. They extended their winning streak to 4 last night over Foshan Dralions but with a scare 102 ~ 96.

The Xinjiang team had a 19-point lead somewhere in mid 3Q, but saw their lead dwindled to single digits in early 4Q. And with less than 20 seconds left, the lead was down to 2. Patrick Mills drew a foul, but only scored the first free throw, and missed the second one.

But the ageless Mengke Bateer grabbed the all-important offensive rebound for a putback. Xinjiang Guanghui was able to have the last laugh to win 102 ~ 96.


The 36-year-old Mengke Bateer (should be 38 or 39 years old now) continued to turn the clock back. He played for close to 45 minutes, with only 3 minutes of rest to score a double-double of 22 points (10/16 FG% 0/2 3-pointer% 2/2 FT%), 16 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 block shot. He now averaged 14.1 points, 9.1 rebounds, 6.6 assists per game; his assist numbers now ranked 2nd amongst all players in the CBA league.

Patrick Mills showed that he had successfully filled the void left by Quincy Douby; he scored 29 points (10/19 FG% 4/5 3-pointer% 5/7 FT%), 1 rebound, 5 assists;

Kenyon Martin
had yet to play commensurate with his high pay; he scored 16 points, 9 rebounds and 3 assists.

As for Foshan Draglions, they played their hearts out but was not able to upset the stronger Xinjiang team.

3 of their expat players played well.

Marcus Douthit of Philippines scored 20 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 block shots. Michael Madanly of Syria scored 21 points, 9 rebounds, 3 assists.

Marcus Haislip
who used to play for CBA champion Guangdong Dongguan Bank Hongyuan Tigers, replaced former Houston Rockets Gerald Green (who got waived by Foshan Draglions recently) scored 20 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists.

Zheng Zhun scored efficiently for 14 points (7/9 FG%) and 6 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block shot.


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2011 4:57 am
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Some photos of the Xinjiang players in action.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 14, 2011 5:28 pm
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Yao Ming and the full capacity home crowd of Shanghai Pudong Yuanshen Stadium went home happy and content.

Playing without their star point guard Liu Wei, they sprung the BIGGEST UPSET of the new season
by snapping the winning streak of 4 of the perennial championship contender Xinjiang Guanghui Flying Tigers 88 ~ 84 in a closely contested game last night to stop their own losing streak of 4 suffered on the road.

What was gratifying was that the Shanghai MAXXIS Sharks players had all stepped up to the occasion to beat Xinjiang Guanghui Flying Tigers, a strong team that was led by their former coach (and national coach of the national team), Bob Donewald Jr. who had quitted Shanghai Maxxis Sharks in the off season for higher slary in Xinjiang, and had roused the anger and wrath of the Shanghai media and fans as he had trashed talked about the Shanghai MAXXIS Sharks earlier in the preseason when he said that Yao Ming had a team that SUX and that even with Yao Ming playing, the Shanghai team could not beat Xinjiang.

All the Shanghai players gave their all, and led for most of 1H but they lost their 9-point lead to fall behind by 1 point at the end of 3Q. They further fell behind by 5 points in mid of 4Q, tied the game, and to fall again behind by 84 ~ 80 with 2 minutes left.

But playing better defense in the last 2 minutes, they came from behind to subdue the stronger Xinjiang team 88 ~ 84.


4 Shanghai players were in double-digits.

Mike Harris was the top scorer with 24 points (10/22 FG% 0/2 3-pointer%, 4/5 FT%), 8 rebounds, 1 assist.


Ryan Forehan-Kelly scored 19 points (6/10 FG% 3/5 3-pointer%, 4/4 FT%), 6 rebounds, 3 assists.

Max Zhang Zhaoxu
score 12 points (5/7 FG% 2/3 FT%), 9 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 block shots.

Meng Lingyuan
scored 10 points (3/8 FG% 1/2 3-pointer% 3/4 FT%), 2 rebounds, 1 assist.

Liu Ziqiu, switched to play on the point for the first time in his career, played pretty well. He only scored 2 points (1/3 FG%), but dished 5 assists to help his team mates to score.


For Xinjiang, 4 of their players were in double-digits.

Patrick Mills did well to score 22 points (10/14 FG% 2/5 3-pointer%), 7 rebounds, 3 assists. He scored 14 points in 3Q, but was for inexplicable reasons invisible in 4Q.

Kenyon Martin
also played one of his best offensive games so far, scored 20 points (9/16 FG% FG% 2/3 FT%), 8 rebounds, 2 assists.

Xu Guozhong
gave Shanghai big troubles in the first 3Q making 5 out of 5 of his 3-pointers, but was also invisible in 4Q. He ended up with 19 points (6/8 FG% 5/7 3-pointer% 2/3 FT%), 1 rebound.

Meng Duo
contributed 14 points (5/16 FG% 2/6 3-pointer% 2/2 FT%), 5 rebounds, 2 assists.

Mengke Bateer played subpar being guarded by the taller Max Zhang Zhaoxu throughout the game. He only scored 4 points (2/9 FG% 0/3 3-pointer%), but did well in defense, grabbing 14 rebounds and 2 block shots.


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