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CBA Standings
 1. Liaoning H. 31-7 
 2. Sichuan BW 30-8 
 3. Xinjiang FT 30-8 
 4. Guangdong ST 28-10 
 5. Shandong FB 28-10 
 6. Guangsha L. 27-11 
 7. Beijing Ducks 23-15 
 8. Zhejiang CB 22-16 
 9. DongGuan L. 19-19 
 10. Shanxi Zh. 18-20 
 11. Shanghai S. 18-20 
 12. Jiangsu D. 18-20 
 13. Fujian QB 16-22 
 14. Qingdao E. 16-22 
 15. North Control B. 13-25 
 16. Jiangsu TX 12-26 
 17. Jilin NE T. 10-28 
 18. TianJin S. 8-30 
 19. Bayi R. 7-31 
 20. Foshan LL 6-32 
Last:2/6/2016
NBL Standings
 1. Shaanxi W. 23-2 
 2. Anhui 22-3 
 3. Henan 18-7 
 4. Guizhou 15-10 
 5. Hebei X. 15-10 
 6. Guangxi 15-10 
 7. Luoyang 14-11 
 8. Hualan 14-11 
 9. Beijing 13-12 
 10. Hunan 9-16 
 11. Jiangsu L. 8-17 
 12. Jianghuai 6-19 
 13. Lhasa 2-23 
 14. Nanjin Army 1-24 
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Last:7/25/2016
Points Per Game
 Jordan CRAWFORD
  TianJ.
  (193-G-88)
  Avg: 43.1
 1. Crawford, TianJ.43.1 
 2. Gibson, Qingdao E.42.0 
 3. Brooks, Jiangsu D.35.0 
 4. Franklin, Shanxi Z.33.9 
 5. Warren, Zhejiang.33.1 
 6. Jones, Shanxi Zh.32.8 
 7. Akognon, Banco d.32.5 
 8. Brown, Los A.32.4 
 9. Beasley, Houston31.9 
 10. Harris, Sichuan BW30.4 
Rebounds Per Game
 Hamed HADDADI
  Sichu.
  (218-C-85)
  Avg: 15.8
 1. Haddadi, Sichu.15.8 
 2. Williams, Phoenix15.4 
 3. Sakakini, Champvil.14.7 
 4. Beasley, Houston13.4 
 5. Batista, EA7 A.12.6 
 6. Oden, Jiangsu D.12.6 
 7. Holman, Hapoel J-M12.5 
 8. Gaines, Zhejiang CB11.7 
 9. Maxiell, TianJ.11.7 
 10. Harris, Sichuan BW11.5 
Assists Per Game
 Jamaal FRANKLIN
  Shanxi Zh.
  (196-SG-91)
  Avg: 10.3
 1. Franklin, Shanxi Z.10.3 
 2. Pargo, Guangsha L.8.4 
 3. Jones, Shanxi Zh.7.4 
 4. Bynum, Guangdon.6.5 
 5. Kamrani, North C.6.5 
 6. Brown, DongGuan L.6.3 
 7. Guo, Liaoning H.5.8 
 8. Buycks, Oklahoma.5.7 
 9. Hudson, Liaoning H.5.7 
 10. Marbury, Beijing5.6 
Steals Per Game
 Jamaal FRANKLIN
  Shanxi Zh.
  (196-SG-91)
  Avg: 3.3
 1. Franklin, Shanxi Z.3.3 
 2. Hu, Jiangsu D.3.2 
 3. Jones, Shanxi Zh.3.0 
 4. Kamrani, North C.2.8 
 5. Hudson, Liaoning H.2.6 
 6. Bynum, Guangdon.2.3 
 7. Brooks, Jiangsu D.2.3 
 8. Buycks, Oklahoma.2.2 
 9. Blatche, Xinjiang.2.2 
 10. Jeter, Shandong2.2 
Blocks Per Game
 Qi ZHOU
  Xinjiang FT
  (217-C-96)
  Avg: 3.2
 1. Zhou, Xinjiang FT3.2 
 2. Zou, Bayi R.2.5 
 3. Dalembert, Shanxi2.2 
 4. Oden, Jiangsu D.2.0 
 5. Jordan, Sevilla1.9 
 6. Haddadi, Sichu.1.9 
 7. McGuire, Ponce1.8 
 8. Holman, Hapoel J-M1.7 
 9. Zhang, Shanghai S.1.7 
 10. Williams, Phoenix1.6 
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Nanjin Army Jul.27 Anhui 97%
Hebei X. 53% Jul.27 Guizhou
Guangxi Jul.27 Shaanxi W. 71%
Luoyang 90% Jul.27 Lhasa
Henan 84% Jul.27 Hunan
Jianghuai Jul.27 Beijing 53%
Hualan 75% Jul.27 Jiangsu L.
Shanghai 2-0 in 2012 Straits Cup invitational - Oct 13, 2012


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Shanghai Dongfang Sharks beat Zhejiang 58-53 on Saturday in the central Taiwan city of Taichung and led the four-team 2012 Straits Cup invitational tournament at 2-0.

Dacin Tigers defeated Pure Youth Construction 82-76 on the same day for a revenge of a 4-0 sweep by PY in the SBL Finals earlier this year.

Chang Chia-jung led Dacin with 15 points while Lin Yi-hui had 14 and Tien Lei and Wang Chih-chun had 13 apiece.

James Wang, an overseas Taiwanese player who is being tested, led PY with 20 points.

Local fans found the Straits Cup this year intriguing as four popular Taiwanese players represent different teams in the tourney -- Tseng Wen-ting plays for Shanghai and Lin Chih-chieh plays for Zhejiang while Chen Hsin-an leads Pure Youth and Tien Lei represents Dacin.

Lin Chih-chieh, who did not play in the first game due to toothache, only had 2 points and 2 assists in 11 minutes. Lin admitted that his physical condition was way behind his Zhejiang teammates after taking a period of rest following the FIBA Asia Cup in Tokyo and he had to catch up for the upcoming new season in China.

On Friday, Shanghai, now coached by Daniel Panaggio, beat Dacin 76-69. Zhang Zhaoxu paced the Sharks, which had five players scoring in double-figures, with 12 points and 10 boards. Tseng Wen-ting had an off night with 6 points, 9 rebounds and 5 assists.

Yue Ying-li led Dacin with 22 and Chen Tse-wei had 18.

Led by center Wang Zhengs 18 and 12, Zhejiang routed Pure Youth 84-70 in the opening game. Tsai Wen-cheng had a team-high 17 points, 5 assists and 4 steals for PY.
  




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