Scouting Report: Zhejiang Bulls (12-11)

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So yes, to make it clear, Shanghai should be very weary of shooting guard, Quincy Douby, the man who quite famously put up 75 points against the Shanxi Dragons recently and two years ago was the consensus CBA player of the year.

However, it won’t simply be a case of guarding the former Rutgers star. Eddy Curry, he of countless false stars in the NBA, is using his time in China as a tune-up before heading back to America and the hope of one final crack at quasi-redemption. He averages 23.1ppg and 10.3rpg and was the man who killed the Sharks the last time the two teams met after he dropped an improbable three pointer to basically win the game. Chinese players Song Gonglin and Ding Jinhui are also formidable players and will be problems if they aren’t shown the proper respect.

The Sharks, even if Liu Wei comes back and Arenas plays well again, are in for a rough night as the hosts are a very dangerous side at home.

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One thought on “Scouting Report: Zhejiang Bulls (12-11)

  1. and they have cao fei. a talented point guard who tried out for shanghai twice but got rejected(at that time, we nearly cut another pg from jiangsu named meng lingyuan).

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