Jilin Tigers 104 – Shanghai Sharks 90: Injury Ravaged Sharks Lose Again

Injuries to critical Sharks personnel once again derailed a valiant performance from a team that never seemed to give up but simply lacked enough firepower going down the stretch. DJ White’s 30 points and 19 rebounds were the highpoint of the night for Shanghai but once again, the Sharks were left wondering what could have been had the breaks (and injury luck) went their way. Continue reading “Jilin Tigers 104 – Shanghai Sharks 90: Injury Ravaged Sharks Lose Again”

Shanghai Sharks 84 – Bayi Rockets 78: Ge Yong Leads The Way In Morale Boosting Victory

Shanghai overcame the odds to beat the Bayi Rockets in a game that started on a low note with the announcement that both Liu Wei and Gilbert Arenas were out with injuries, only to end in victory thanks to a thrilling performance from Ge Yang. Continue reading “Shanghai Sharks 84 – Bayi Rockets 78: Ge Yong Leads The Way In Morale Boosting Victory”

Shanghai Sharks 91 – Fujian Sturgeons 85: Liu Wei’s One-Man Assault Guides Shanghai To Victory

Needing to come out on top in a must win game, Sharks captain Liu Wei answered the call and led his side to victory with a seemingly effortless 30/7/6 performance that helped Shanghai break a lengthy run of defeats and start a three game home-stretch in the best possible way. Continue reading “Shanghai Sharks 91 – Fujian Sturgeons 85: Liu Wei’s One-Man Assault Guides Shanghai To Victory”

Guangdong Tigers 103 – Shanghai Sharks 96: Guangdong Make A Statement With All-Action Victory

The Guangdong Tigers, the CBA’s dominant powerhouse for almost a decade flexed their muscles in a strong, methodical performance as they eventually nullified a feisty Shanghai Sharks team in Guangzhou. The gamble to rest overseas duo Terrence Williams and Ike Diogu for the first quarter paid off handsomely for the home side as the two imports made the most of their fresher legs to run riot at times over the visiting team. Continue reading “Guangdong Tigers 103 – Shanghai Sharks 96: Guangdong Make A Statement With All-Action Victory”

Shanxi Dragons 123 – Shanghai Sharks 108: Gaines Reigns Supreme In Taiyuan

The Sharks brief run of wins is over after Charles Gaines ground down the visiting Shanghai side with some one-dimensional but hugely effective close range power. With partner in crime Marcus Williams also getting in on the act, the Dragons’ two American star players routed their guests thanks to a second half display of offensive might. Continue reading “Shanxi Dragons 123 – Shanghai Sharks 108: Gaines Reigns Supreme In Taiyuan”