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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2013 6:58 am
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Not sure if you guys can watch this clippage from Sohu.com??

http://s.sohu.com/20130203/n365422144.s ... 2%E7%AA%81


It was a sequence of Wang Zhelin fighting for an offensive rebound with ex NBAer, Solomon Jones (from Atlanta Hawks and Indiana Pacers, and just waived by Phoenix Sun, 6ft 10 and 245 lbs. ) in Fujian SBS Xunxin's match with Liaoning Jiebao.

Solomon Jones won the defensive rebound, but unnecessarily elbowed Wang Zhelin.

The referee missed it and did not make a call.

The usually mild-tempered Wang Zhelin was not afraid and did not back off, but just retaliated and bumped his body against Solomon Jones to show his displeasure for his unnecessary elbowing.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2013 8:17 am
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pyuen wrote:
To him:[/b][/color]

[list][*] Wang Zhelin is slow footed, as slow as Mengke Bateer;
[*]He played with both feet nailed to the floor;
[*]He has ZERO vertical leap;
[*]All he relies is on his height and weight, cos he is at least 4 to 6 inches taller and 20 - 30 lbs heavier than his opponents ;
[*]Other than throwing around his weight and height to over-power his weaker and under-sized opponents, basically he has NO SKILLS;



This sounds like Sun Mingming.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2013 9:08 am
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Nice to know the kid has some grit to complement his numbers and wont just let people push him around. Hopefully he develops more strength/explosiveness. How's his shooting% stats?


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2013 2:06 pm
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pryuen wrote:
But still there are a bunch of ex-NBAers in their 26 ~ 28s playing in CBA. Alot of them had just been waived last season or this season (players like Terrence Williams, Von Wafer, Darnell Jackson, DJ White, Josh Boone, Blake Ahearn, Gary Forbes, Jermaine Taylor, Garret Siler, Sunidata Gaines, N'Diaye Hamady).
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
    what did they ever do in the nba other than collecting pine just like plateaued Sun :roll: :?:
ballers in their prime of thier athletic career, 26- 28, relegated to an inferior league such as the CBA,
    this speaks volume as to their inferior bb skills :!:


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2013 4:34 pm
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Momak wrote:
Nice to know the kid has some grit to complement his numbers and wont just let people push him around. Hopefully he develops more strength/explosiveness. How's his shooting% stats?


His FG% is 51.7% and FT% is 62.7%.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2013 4:38 pm
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pryuen wrote:


Not sure if you guys can watch this clippage from Sohu.com??

http://s.sohu.com/20130203/n365422144.s ... 2%E7%AA%81


It was a sequence of Wang Zhelin fighting for an offensive rebound with ex NBAer, Solomon Jones (from Atlanta Hawks and Indiana Pacers, and just waived by Phoenix Sun, 6ft 10 and 245 lbs. ) in Fujian SBS Xunxin's match with Liaoning Jiebao.

Solomon Jones won the defensive rebound, but unnecessarily elbowed Wang Zhelin.

The referee missed it and did not make a call.

The usually mild-tempered Wang Zhelin was not afraid and did not back off, but just retaliated and bumped his body against Solomon Jones to show his displeasure for his unnecessary elbowing.


This is good to see, Wang Zhelin does not let people push him around. On the other hand I was watching Dongguan game, the foreigner on the opposing team was angry at Li Mu Hao, he nudged Li, pushed him to the ground, elbowed and shoved etc.

Li Mu Hao just took it and pretended nothing happened, he really had no emotion on his face when the expat was shoving him like a b*tch. But i guess that's just the way Li Muhao plays, with no emotion or drive to succeed, way too passive.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2013 9:40 pm
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pryuen wrote:


Not sure if you guys can watch this clippage from Sohu.com??

http://s.sohu.com/20130203/n365422144.s ... 2%E7%AA%81


It was a sequence of Wang Zhelin fighting for an offensive rebound with ex NBAer, Solomon Jones (from Atlanta Hawks and Indiana Pacers, and just waived by Phoenix Sun, 6ft 10 and 245 lbs. ) in Fujian SBS Xunxin's match with Liaoning Jiebao.

Solomon Jones won the defensive rebound, but unnecessarily elbowed Wang Zhelin.

The referee missed it and did not make a call.

The usually mild-tempered Wang Zhelin was not afraid and did not back off, but just retaliated and bumped his body against Solomon Jones to show his displeasure for his unnecessary elbowing.


Thanks for the clip pry.:)

I like it. Just because you are a nice guy doesn't mean you have to let people push you around. Well worth the foul to send that message. 8)


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2013 1:42 am
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yeah, that is nice of Wang zhelin, since foreigners from that country will only fear you when you show them your muscles.


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 18, 2013 6:53 am
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The 2012 ~ 13 CBA regular season had come to an end, and so is the rookie season of Wang Zhelin, as his team, Fujian SBS Xunxin failed to make the playoff and finished 13th place (11W 21L) in 17 teams of CBA.

Wang Zhelin completed his last 2 matches with flying colors in his individual statistics, but could only lead his team to a win at home playing against Tianjin Ronggang (117 ~ 94) but lost away 124 ~ 107 to the surprise team of the season Shandong Kingston.

Playing against former NBAer Hamady N'Diaye of Tianjin Ronggang, Wang Zhelin finished top scorer of his team; he had another 20/10, 26 points (12/16 FG% 2/3 FT%), 12 rebounds (4 of them offensive), 1 assist and 1 block shot.

Playing against Jackson Vroman and Zaid Abbas of Shandong Kingston, Wang Zhelin also scored a 20/10, 21 points (7/10 FG% 7/9 FT%) and 12 rebounds (3 of them offensive).


The rookie season of Wang Zhelin had been unbelievably fantastic and outstanding for the young 19-year-old.

He played in all 32 games, and started for 28 games, averaging 32.8 minutes per game.

He scored double digits in all of his 32 games; he only had 6 games that he failed to grab double-digits rebounds. He had 26 double-double, 18 of them were 20/10s. Out of those 18 20/10s, 2 of them were 20/20s.

He averaged 20/10, with 20.3 ppg and 12.9 rpg.
He was ranked 4th in total rebounds, and 6th in rebounds per game in the league with all expatriate players included, and was 2nd in rebounds grabbed of all Chinese players behind Li Xiaoxu (13 rpg) .

Scoring wise, his 20.3 ppg put him 30th with all expatriate players included, but joint 4th with Zhang Nan (20.3 ppg) amongst all Chinese players just behind 3 more experienced and established Chinese national team players: Yi Jianlian (25.9 ppg), Liu Wei (21.3 ppg), Wang Zhizhi (20.8 ppg).


He averaged 53% FG% and 63% FT%, 1.3 assists per game, 1.1 steal per game, 0.9 block shots per game, 2.9 turnovers per game and 2.8 fouls per game.

Barring any accident, Wang Zhelin should win the Rookie of the Year Award of the league for this season.


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 18, 2013 7:12 am
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The final standing of the CBA league in the 2012 ~ 13 season is as follows:

  1. Guangdong Dongguan Bank Hongyuan Tigers 28W 4L
  2. Shandong Kingston Lions 24W 8L
  3. Beijing Jinyu Capital Steel Ducks 21W 11L
  4. Xinjiang Guanghui Flying Tigers 21W 11L
  5. Liaoning Jiebao 19W 13L
  6. Zhejiang Guangsha Lions 17W 15L
  7. Dongguan New Century Leopards 17W 15L
  8. Zhejiang Chouzhou Bank 16W 16L
  9. Bayi Rockets 16W 16L
  10. Shanxi Fenjiu Zhongyu 16W 16L
  11. Foshan Draglions 15W 17L
  12. Jiangsu Nangang Dragons 13W 19L
  13. Fujian SBS Xunxin 11W 21L
  14. Shanghai MAXXIS Sharks 10W 22L
  15. Jilin Northeast Tigers 10W 22L
  16. Tianjin Ronggang 10W 22L
  17. Qingdao Double Star Eagles 8W 24L
The Top 8 will enter playoff starting right after the CBA All Stars Weekend (February 23 ~ 24) on February 27.

The last 5 teams will have the privilege to hire a 3rd expatriate from Asia (normally from West Asian countries such as Jordan, Lebanon, Iran or South Korea or Japan) if CBA decides to keep the rule intact in the new season.


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