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    Preliminary Round

    23/11/2017 China 96 Hong Kong China 44
    26/11/2017 South Korea vs. China
    23/02/2018 China vs. New Zealand
    26/02/2017 Hong Kong China vs. China
    28/06/2017 China vs. South Korea
    01/07/2017 New Zealand vs. China
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    5 Fang Shuo 188-PG-90 Beijing Ducks
    8 Ding Yanyuhang 200-SG-93 Shandong Golden Star
    11 Liu Zhixuan 194-SG-91 Liaoning Flying Leopard
    16 Dong Hanlin 207-PF-91 Shanghai Sharks
    17 Sun Minghui 185-PG-96 Zhejiang Lions
    20 Xiralijan Muhtar 186-PG-91 Xinjiang Flying Tigers
    22 Shi Yi 182-PG-96 Tianjin Gold Lion
    23 Abudurexiti Abudushalamu 202-SF-96 Xinjiang Flying Tigers
    27 Yu Changdong 207-C-91 Xinjiang Flying Tigers
    28 Shen Zijie 207-PF-97 Shenzhen Leopard
    30 Wang Zirui 188-PG-93 Xinjiang Flying Tigers
    31 Wang Zhelin 214-C-94 Fujian Sturgeons
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    I'm predicting a bad L against South Korea, probably 20+ turnovers. The team has some perimeter talent, but inexperienced, and lack of preparation won't help. The point guards are Sun Minghui (averages 2.9 ppg in CBA) and Shi Yi (also 2.9 ppg in CBA). I like how they played vs. HK, but it's foolish to believe some of those passes will work against Korea.

    Too many butterfingers in the paint. After this window, this team has got to get better big men. Dong Hanlin and Shen Zijie are pretty much the same player, only good enough for <5 min off the bench.

    My guess is only 2-3 players here will make the NT in 2019: Ding Yanyuhang, Wang Zhelin (and maybe Abdushalam). The rest are either too old, too one-dimensional or too sloppy. Half of them can barely get off the bench in CBA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sinobball View Post
    I'm predicting a bad L against South Korea, probably 20+ turnovers. The team has some perimeter talent, but inexperienced, and lack of preparation won't help. The point guards are Sun Minghui (averages 2.9 ppg in CBA) and Shi Yi (also 2.9 ppg in CBA). I like how they played vs. HK, but it's foolish to believe some of those passes will work against Korea.

    Too many butterfingers in the paint. After this window, this team has got to get better big men. Dong Hanlin and Shen Zijie are pretty much the same player, only good enough for <5 min off the bench.

    My guess is only 2-3 players here will make the NT in 2019: Ding Yanyuhang, Wang Zhelin (and maybe Abdushalam). The rest are either too old, too one-dimensional or too sloppy. Half of them can barely get off the bench in CBA.
    I nnever see abdushalam play even in Xinjiang..
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