In one of the weirdest CBA signings in the last few years, Sun Yue has completed his move to the Beijing Ducks from the renegade Chinese team, the Beijing Olympians. The move is still not confirmed by either team but Sina Sports is claiming the deal is basically completed. Continue reading “Sun Yue On The Verge Of Long Term Move To Beijing”
The Shanxi Dragons have completed the retooling of their overseas roster following the acquisition of former Bobcats/Hornets and Sixers big man, BJ Mullins. The signing now means the Dragons have a pretty formidable trio of imports and Mullins will slot in well next to Zaid Abbas and Von Wafer. Continue reading “BJ Mullens Signs In Shanxi”
Metta World Peace might soon be coming to China if reports in America and China are to be believed. According to Sina Sports, Sichuan Blue Whales’ GM Jie Geng flew to Los Angeles earlier this week to discuss terms on a deal with World Peace, who had also been receiving offers from China, courtesy of the Xinjiang Tigers, and teams from Turkey. Jie confirmed to Sina that the team had originally been looking to pick up a center but the American would be an ideal alternative and would allow them to start one of their young big men alongside World Peace. Continue reading “Metta World Peace Nears Signing With Sichuan”
Fresh after making their first ever run to the CBA postseason, the Tianjin Lions, formerly one of the league’s most moribund teams, this morning took a further step into respectability with the signing of Quincy Douby. Continue reading “Quincy Douby Signs With Tianjin”
According to a variety of reports in China, the Zhejiang Bulls will be signing American power forward Charles Gaines in the coming days. For the Bulls, who have flattered to deceive for several years, the recruitment of Gaines suggests a more back to basics approach for the upcoming season. Continue reading “Charles Gaines To Zhejiang?”
Zaid Abbas had played for five different CBA teams. All of them made the play-offs in the season the Jordanian was there. To say he has the magic touch would be an understatement and the all-action power forward has become a lucky charm to a team looking to bounce back from a bad season.
Last season’s worst team, the Qingdao Eagles, have made their first foreign signing of the year, bringing in Euro League point guard, Justin Dentmon.
The Eagles, who will be most well-known to western audiences as the team that signed Tracy McGrady two years ago, ran most of their offense through Josh Akognon, and Dentmon will find himself plugged into the same role as Qingdao look to improve from a 5-29 season in 2013.
Dentmon last played in Lithuania, averaging 15.3ppg . Before moving to Europe, he bounced around the NBA for three years with San Antonio, Dallas and Toronto, playing garbage time minutes with all three teams.