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    Men's Basketball

    Friendly Games

    06.03 China 85 - USA Stars 63
    06.05 China 70 - USA Stars 55
    06.07 China 76 - USA Stars 60
    06.24 China 65 - Australia 67
    06.26 China 57 - Australia 62
    07.10 China 75 - Montenegro 72
    07.11 China 79 - Turkey 73
    07.12 China 62 - Australia 53
    07.15 China 75 - Turkey 78
    07.16 China 69 - Australia 59
    07.17 China 62 - Montenegro 60
    09.09 China 80 - Iceland 66
    09.11 China 79 - Iceland 66

    10th FIBA U19 World Championship

    Preliminary Round
    06.30 China 73 - Serbia 78
    07.01 China 96 - Egypt 100
    07.02 China 66 - USA 82

    13rd to 16th Place
    07.04 China 95 - South Korea 88
    07.05 China 91 - Chinese Taipei 48

    7th Stankovic Continental Champions Cup

    08.01 China 64 - Angola 67
    08.02 China 52 - Russia 67
    08.03 China 62 - Australia 69
    08.04 China 49 - Russia 50
    08.06 China 52 - Angola 55
    08.07 China 69 - New Zealand 89
    08.08 China 45 - Russia 70
    08.09 China 64 - Angola 54

    Olympic Test Event

    08.16 China 43 - Australia 71
    08.17 China 53 - Serbia 87
    08.18 China 59 - France 76
    08.20 China 56 - Great Britain 64
    08.21 China 53 - Croatia 83

    26th FIBA Asia Championship

    Qualification Games
    06.11 China 104 - Hong Kong China 43
    06.12 China 61 - South Korea 54
    06.14 China 62 - Japan 72
    06.15 China 87 - Chinese Taipei 53

    Preliminary Round
    09.15 China 101 - Bahrain 49
    09.16 China 75 - Philippines 60
    09.17 China 75 - UAE 60

    2nd Preliminary Round
    09.19 China 90 - Syria 71
    09.20 China 93 - Jordan 60
    09.21 China 84 - Japan 58

    1/4 Final
    09.23 China 68 - Lebanon 48

    1/2 Final
    09.24 China 56 - South Korea 43

    Final
    09.25 China 70 - Jordan 69

    2nd FIBA Asia U16 Championship

    Preliminary Round
    10.18 China 64 - India 27
    10.19 China 75 - Chinese Taipei 44
    10.20 China 91 - Malaysia 30

    2nd Preliminary Round
    10.22 China 84 - Iraq 41
    10.23 China 88 - Lebanon 42
    10.24 China 73 - South Korea 42

    1/4 Final
    10.26 China 100 - Saudi Arabia 19

    1/2 Final
    10.27 China 82 - Japan 43

    Final
    10.28 China 92 - South Korea 52




    Women's Basketball

    Friendly Games

    05.19 China 63 - Connecticut Sun 101
    05.21 China 67 - Washington Mystics 72
    05.23 China 45 - Chicago Sky 84
    05.27 China 65 - New York Liberty 79
    06.04 China 63 - Cuba 57
    06.06 China 58 - Cuba 55
    06.08 China 57 - Cuba 62
    06.17 China 77 - New Zealand 70
    06.18 China 71 - Brazil 53
    06.19 China 80 - Australia 72
    06.22 China 82 - New Zealand 83
    06.23 China 99 - Brazil 79
    06.24 China 75 - Australia 70
    07.24 China 67 - Australia 73
    07.25 China 68 - Logan Thunder 61
    07.27 China 100 - North Queensland All Stars 65
    07.28 China 74 - Australia 77
    07.30 China 72 - Australia 98
    08.10 China 74 - Canada 56
    08.12 China 66 - Canada 67
    08.14 China 70 - Canada 61
    09.23 China 74 - Bulleen Melbourne Boomers 81
    09.25 China 72 - Bulleen Melbourne Boomers 68
    09.27 China 71 - Bulleen Melbourne Boomers 61

    9th FIBA U19 World Championship

    Preliminary Round
    07.21 China 49 - Canada 76
    07.22 China 64 - Italy 70
    07.23 China 93 - Egypt 67

    2nd Preliminary Round
    07.25 China 77 - USA 80
    07.26 China 53 - Russia 65
    07.27 China 87 - Japan 59

    9th to 12nd Place
    07.29 China 88 - Chinese Taipei 50
    07.30 China 66 - Italy 62

    24th FIBA Asia Championship

    Preliminary Round
    08.21 China 93 - South Korea 99
    08.22 China 79 - Lebanon 58
    08.23 China 87 - India 38
    08.24 China 72 - Chinese Taipei 63
    08.25 China 76 -Japan 53

    1/2 Final
    08.27 China 76 - Japan 62

    Final
    08.28 China 65 - South Korea 62

    2nd FIBA Asia U16 Championship

    Preliminary Round
    12.04 China 87 - Japan 92
    12.05 China 144 - Philippines 29
    12.06 China 125 India 49
    12.07 China 111 - South Korea 58
    12.08 China 105 - Chinese Taipei 91

    1/2 Final
    12.10 China 78 - South Korea 79

    3rd to 4th Place
    12.11 China 105 - Chinese Taipei 69
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    According to reports, Duke University will travel to China this summer for exhibition games against China NT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sinobball View Post
    According to reports, Duke University will travel to China this summer for exhibition games against China NT.


    got any idea which cities they are stopping by, or venues? would really be interested watching china nt vs the dookies
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phantim3dx View Post
    got any idea which cities they are stopping by, or venues? would really be interested watching china nt vs the dookies
    Here
    August 17 Kunshan
    August 19 Shanghai Mercedes-Benz Arena
    August 22 Beijing Master Card Arena
    Beijing and Shanghai are the two best arenas in China. Beijing MasterCard was formerly the 2008 Olympic Wukesong Center. Shanghai Mercedes-Benz was formerly the 2010 World Expo Center.
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    Team China 2011 friendly match plan:
    June 2-7, Opponent: A team from USA (place: home)
    June 8-15 East asia qualifying tournament (place:Nanjing)
    June 17-29 Opponents: Australia NT and Australia club team (place:Australia)
    July 8-15 Opponents: Australia NT, Montenegro NT,Turkey NT (place: home)
    July 23-24 Yao Ming & Nash Charity Game (place:Shanghai)
    July 30-Aug 7th 2011 Stankovic Continental Cup (place:Undecided)
    Aug 16-21 Olympic test Games,opponents: Britain,Australia,Croatia,France,Serbia (place: London)
    Aug 26-28 Friendly matches with Germany NT (place: Berlin & Muniche)
    Sep 9-11 Friendly matches with Serbia Partizans (place:Undecided)

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    So Duke is not playing the China NT? Or are they the "US team" coming in June, not August?

    A 30+ member preliminary roster has been announced, and players are already training in Beijing although the CBA is still ongoing. Win this summer or bust!

    The roster:
    http://www.niubball.com/2011/04/chin...ong-36-others/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zhang View Post
    June 17-29 Opponents: Australia NT and Australia club team (place:Australia)
    Singapore media are reporting there will be 3 games of the China-Australia series, held in Perth (June ?), Singapore (June 26) and Beijing (June 29) respectively. The series even has a name "Deng Xiaoping Challenge" (don't know why) and will continue for the next 5 years per agreement.

    I imagine the NT also plays Perth Wildcats or some other teams while they are in Perth.
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    sinobball, When will Yi Jianlian begin training with the National Team?

    Thanks in advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CKR13 View Post
    sinobball, When will Yi Jianlian begin training with the National Team?

    Thanks in advance.
    He's already in China and met with Bob Donewald a few days ago, but he won't officially join the team until July. I think he'll be back in the States after watching the CBA Finals courtside, get some training, and figure out some possible destinations next year (of course with a lockout looming it's impossible to know for certain). I think his NBA days are numbered, but it won't be surprising if he lasts a few more years, either.
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    I read from Reuters this interesting sentence.

    Despite the fact the 30-year-old only took off his protective boot a month ago, China placed their prized asset on their roster for summer training this month.
    Is Yao training alongside the National Team? How credible is the report?

    Thanks in advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CKR13 View Post
    I read from Reuters this interesting sentence.

    Is Yao training alongside the National Team? How credible is the report?

    Thanks in advance.
    All I can say is Reuters run out of things to write. Yao Ming has not played in any Asian competition (07, 09 FIBA-Asia, 06, 10 Asian Games) since 2005. That's 6 years. Why would this year be any different?

    PS: to follow roster changes, follow the coach's microblog:
    http://t.qq.com/DONEWALD
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    Chinese bench blasted a traveling American team 85-63 (Zhang Bo 15, Zhang Zhaoxu 13, Wang Lei 11). The American team had D-league names like Roderick Wilmont and James Taylor but really is just minor league level team and believed to be from the IBL (Elkhart Express). Anyway, Chinese NT will have to play a couple more games against this crappy competition before the East Asian Championships. Who knows they might even lose to them like last year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sinobball View Post
    Chinese bench blasted a traveling American team 85-63 (Zhang Bo 15, Zhang Zhaoxu 13, Wang Lei 11). The American team had D-league names like Roderick Wilmont and James Taylor but really is just minor league level team and believed to be from the IBL (Elkhart Express). Anyway, Chinese NT will have to play a couple more games against this crappy competition before the East Asian Championships. Who knows they might even lose to them like last year.
    Do you know where this game was played at? Which city?

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    Tongchuan, Shaanxi Province. Next 2 games are in Jiyuan (June 5) and Yongcheng (June 7), both in Henan Province. Why do you ask?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sinobball View Post
    Tongchuan, Shaanxi Province. Next 2 games are in Jiyuan (June 5) and Yongcheng (June 7), both in Henan Province. Why do you ask?
    Thanks for the info. As a hobby, I do record keeping on national teams, so I need the most accurate information possible which includes cities and dates. I'm up to about 40 international teams that I keep records on. Not so much on detailed stats, but win/loss records, "friendlies" played, cities that the games are played in...that sort of thing. I'm thinking about publishing my info online one of these days but there's still a lot of information missing that I'm trying to retrieve. Finding data on most NTs is difficult and time consuming. Larger programs like the US, Spain or Italy make their records accessible, but smaller organizations, particularly in Africa, Asia and parts of Latin America, often don't have NT websites, or if they do the information is typically limited or not up to date. It's a real challenge finding stuff but it's a very rewarding pursuit!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Federoy View Post
    Thanks for the info. As a hobby, I do record keeping on national teams, so I need the most accurate information possible which includes cities and dates. I'm up to about 40 international teams that I keep records on. Not so much on detailed stats, but win/loss records, "friendlies" played, cities that the games are played in...that sort of thing. I'm thinking about publishing my info online one of these days but there's still a lot of information missing that I'm trying to retrieve. Finding data on most NTs is difficult and time consuming. Larger programs like the US, Spain or Italy make their records accessible, but smaller organizations, particularly in Africa, Asia and parts of Latin America, often don't have NT websites, or if they do the information is typically limited or not up to date. It's a real challenge finding stuff but it's a very rewarding pursuit!
    Haha good luck. Feel free to ask if you need more info! I have managed a list of China NT warmup games since 2001 myself, and I know Kings probably has collected a few years as well.

    Anyway, China NT dismantled the US team 70-55 with a second group of scrubs in game 2. Zhang Kai had 17 and 8 while Han Shuo had 13. Currently there are still around 20+ people in the NT so Donewald has all the freedom to test players.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sinobball View Post
    Haha good luck. Feel free to ask if you need more info! I have managed a list of China NT warmup games since 2001 myself, and I know Kings probably has collected a few years as well.

    Anyway, China NT dismantled the US team 70-55 with a second group of scrubs in game 2. Zhang Kai had 17 and 8 while Han Shuo had 13. Currently there are still around 20+ people in the NT so Donewald has all the freedom to test players.
    Thanks bro. I need as many sources as I can get!!!! Likewise, if you need any info from me, just let me know.

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    China scrub squad #3 beat the US team 76-60 behind 14 from Zhang Songtao (he made 2/3 from 3 but had 0 rebound for a 7 footer). Yi Li had 12.

    Next up, some of the scrubs + Sun Yue + Zhu Fangyu are headed towards the East Asian Championship. Other scrubs stay in Beijing waiting to be "called up" or "cut" before the team departs for Perth, Australia.
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    Another 8 players are cut from the list, namely:
    Dong Hanlin
    Chen Jianghua
    Peng Fei
    Liu Ziqiu
    Duan Jiangpeng
    Han Shuo
    Zhang Songtao
    Zhang Kai

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    hey guys, couple of questions please:
    1- what kind of teams China is gonna send for the next Asian Championship?
    2- will Wang Zhizhi,Wang Shippeng and Liu Wei be there?
    3- when Jian Lian is gonna join the team?

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