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pryuen
Posted: Sat Oct 08, 2011 3:06 am Reply with quote
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superjohn wrote:
Is Yi Jianlian going to sign with any CBA team during the NBA situation.


NOP.....Guangdong Dongguan Bank Hongyuan Tigers General Manager said they won't rule out the possibility, but they'd rather Ah Lian continue to play in NBA. Cos if they re-sign Ah Lian to the team, if NBA resumes in the next 2 months or so, per CBA rules, Ah Lian will need to play in CBA for the rest of the season.

Yi Jianlian will return to USA right after this current National Anniversary long holidays to start another 4 to 6 weeks' special training to further build his body and polish his skills.
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pryuen
Posted: Sat Oct 08, 2011 5:34 am Reply with quote
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OOPPSS !!!!
Shocked Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed

Yi Jianlian had signed 1 year contract to return to CBA to play for his alma mater team, Guangdong Dongguan Bank Hongyuan Tigers in the new CBA season.

http://www.yaomingmania.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=404257#404257
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pryuen
Posted: Wed Oct 12, 2011 4:12 am Reply with quote
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A couple of updates:

  • Jiangsu Nangang had signed their 2nd expat after Dan Gadzuric; and he is the cousin of Stephon Marbury, Sebastian Telfair, who last played for Minnesota Timberwolves.



  • After using an expat quota to sign up the 2009/2011 scoring champion of 2009 and 2011 Asian Championship, Marcus Douthit of Philippines, Foshan signed another Asian player, Michael Madanly of Syria, , a naturalized Syrian-Amercian, who was the scoring champion in the 2007 FIBA Asian Championship.



  • Shanxi Fenjiu had signed up Marcus Williams who played for Zhejiang Chouzhou Bank last season; Marcus Williams played pretty well last season with Zhejiang, and averaged 29.6 ppg/8.5 rpg/5.4 apg. He also tied Yao Ming's CBA record by scoring 4 triple-doubles consecutively towards the end of last CBA season.



  • Dongguan New Century Leopards announced they had signed up Cai Chen, that 6ft 7/250 pound "prodigy" player who formerly palyed for Maranatha Christian School in San Diego, and was involved in a basketball scandal that he didnít have to pay tuition and was beneficiary of funds provided by sports marketers in China who once worked for Nike. Apparantly Cai Chen had finished his high school, but already gave up his aspirations to further apply for universities to play in NCAA.

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yaominginfohere
Posted: Wed Oct 12, 2011 11:29 am Reply with quote
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Cai Chen was dominant in High School... and didn't get any interest from NCAA school?

well, this should quiet the critics who says Chinese players should play in american highschool and colleges to make them into superstars...blah blah blah.
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Momak
Posted: Wed Oct 12, 2011 5:37 pm Reply with quote
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yaominginfohere wrote:
Cai Chen was dominant in High School... and didn't get any interest from NCAA school?

well, this should quiet the critics who says Chinese players should play in american highschool and colleges to make them into superstars...blah blah blah.


Well not necessarily; the argument for those who say Chinese players should play in the American system is also for player skill development, degree of competition, and playing style in these leagues as well. This argument comes from the prevailing thought that the Chinese system isn't optimal in the way they are training players and that many potential talents arent being properly developed and nurtured.
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Dr. No
Posted: Wed Oct 12, 2011 5:45 pm Reply with quote
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yaominginfohere wrote:
Cai Chen was dominant in High School... and didn't get any interest from NCAA school?
there is speculation that he has been receiving illegal payments; Max Zhang may have quite Cal for that same reason.

no NCAA would want to touch that NCAA violation
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pryuen
Posted: Wed Oct 12, 2011 6:10 pm Reply with quote
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Dr. No wrote:
yaominginfohere wrote:
Cai Chen was dominant in High School... and didn't get any interest from NCAA school?
there is speculation that he has been receiving illegal payments; Max Zhang may have quite Cal for that same reason.

no NCAA would want to touch that NCAA violation


NOP.....Max Zhang Zhaoxu did not quit UC Berkeley; he just did not register for his senior year I beleive, cos he wanted to pursue his dream for representing China and play for the national team in the 2012 London Olympics. He thought playing for Shanghai MAXXIS Sharks in the CBA would provide him with more play minutes and chances rather than rotten on the bench of UC Berkeley in NCAA.

His credits will still be there, and he can go back any time after the 2012 London Olympics to continue his study.
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ko_xinga
Posted: Thu Oct 13, 2011 11:05 am Reply with quote
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pryuen wrote:
Dr. No wrote:
yaominginfohere wrote:
Cai Chen was dominant in High School... and didn't get any interest from NCAA school?
there is speculation that he has been receiving illegal payments; Max Zhang may have quite Cal for that same reason.

no NCAA would want to touch that NCAA violation


NOP.....Max Zhang Zhaoxu did not quit UC Berkeley; he just did not register for his senior year I beleive, cos he wanted to pursue his dream for representing China and play for the national team in the 2012 London Olympics. He thought playing for Shanghai MAXXIS Sharks in the CBA would provide him with more play minutes and chances rather than rotten on the bench of UC Berkeley in NCAA.

His credits will still be there, and he can go back any time after the 2012 London Olympics to continue his study.


But can he still play basketball there? He won't go back to college until he can't play ball any more like Yao. What are his stats with the Shanghai sharks?
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pryuen
Posted: Sat Oct 15, 2011 12:03 am Reply with quote
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LOL !!! Razz

Stephon Marbury is a REAL CRAZY GUY !!!


When he arrived into Beijing, he said he will make every effort to melt into the life of Beijing, and strive to become a common Beijinger.

He rented an apartment in Wangfujing to be nearby Randolph Morris, the other expat of Beijing Capital Steel Ducks.

And his team specially assigned a car with driver to drive him and Randolph Morris to the stadium for team practice/training.

But Stephon Marbury refused to take the car, and instead opted to take the pretty crowded Mass Transit Railway from Wangfujing to Beijing Capital Steel Ducks training arena/stadium for team practice/training. Shocked







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pryuen
Posted: Sat Oct 15, 2011 7:49 pm Reply with quote
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And on Thursday (October 13, 2011), Stephon Marbury went to attend a press conference and fans' gathering of Beijing Guoan Football Club, mixed with the fans, learnt to sing the club song of Beijing Guoan, and was gifted an electronic VIP card that will provide him free entrance for every of Beijing Guoan's matches in Beijing for the rest of the season. Shocked Razz Laughing Very Happy








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