Hey, man! Where have you been? We miss you!
Hello~How are you?
1.The Chinese Basketball Association has somewhat prevented Chinese players from going abroad,for example,asking for money,etc.
2.between 7-31 and 8-3 there will be a tournament in Beijing.4 teams will participate in it.they are Qatar,India,Kazakhstan and a team from USA.
Sorry I don't know..If I have some information about this,I will tell you.
Sorry I don't know.
I would absolutely love to visit India someday, Yudhistir. There is a lot of beauty in that country, the world's largest democracy. If you're ever in Ohio, let me know too. We've got a big population of overseas Indians, so there are lots of Indian stores, restaurants, and shows. The big Indian movies are shown sometimes at a theater in town.
I'm based in India, in city of Delhi and Hyderabad. I read on some post you want to fly down to India?
If so Let me know.
Take care, regards,
Yes, I saw Robinson's ad. He's a handsome man, I suppose!
If corruption is a problem with Indian basketball, the country is not alone. Lots of African and European countries suffer from that type of mismanagement. It's a real shame because it impedes the sport we love so much.
As far as sponsors go, I think that the best hope for India is if the NBA gets more involved. Domestic sponsors will want to see immediate revenue in India, but the NBA can provide long-term development revenue. Now, I don't want to see the NBA get more powerful in the basketball world (I don't want to see the NBA in Europe or China), but I really think it's a viable option for India, especially because David Stern is interested.
Yes, I'm based in Ohio. I live in Dayton. What about you, Yudhistir? Are you in India?
Hey Yudhistir, it's great to see some "action" about Indian basketball on this forum. India has such potential in every sport, but for some reason, Indians seem to just enjoy cricket. It will be great to see what happens in India over the next few years. --Matt
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