Zou Shiming Returning to Macao July 27th
Chapter two of the Zou SHIMING era will begin when the two-time Olympic gold medallist and three-time Amateur World Champion returns to the ring and headlines an exciting card featuring two world championship fights - WBO/WBA flyweight champion Juan Estrada vs.
Review: "Strange Stones: Dispatches from the East and West," by Peter Hessler
NONFICTION: Wide-ranging essays, in which Hessler profiles a global basketball star, eats at a rat restaurant and walks the Great Wall of China.
Court Coaches Announced For USA Men's World University Games Training Camp
This will be the first time Tad Boyle , Jim Kessler and Matt Matheny will be working with USA Basketball.
Shiming's 7/27 Return in Macao Officially Announced
Chapter two of the Zou Shiming era will begin when the two-time Olympic gold medallist and three-time Amateur World Champion returns to the ring and headlines an exciting card featuring two world championship fights - WBO/WBA flyweight champion Juan Estrada vs.
Sharks keep hold of center Zhang
ZHANG Zhaoxu, a much-coveted center, has extended his stay in Shanghai, signing a five-year contract with the Sharks, the Chinese Basketball Association club said yesterday.
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MANILA : Philippine VP, Yao Ming dribble around sea dispute
Neck strained and mouth agape in mock awe, Vice President Jejomar Binay looks skyward in a futile effort to see eye to eye He may be no Black Mamba like Kobe Bryant, but Philippine Vice President Jejomar Binay unabashedly dribbled around Yao Ming, as if challenging the 7'6" former Houston Rockets centre to a one-on-one. A shocked Binay welcomed Yao ... (more)
Gilas five slays visiting Shanghai Sharks
MANILA, Philippines Smart Gilas Pilipinas 2.0 coach Chot Reyes agrees with Yao Ming's advice on what the Philippines should do to make it into the FIBA-World Championship and the Olympics.
Yao's advice to Gilas: Beat China
Yao Ming, former NBA basketball player and owner of the Shanghai Dongfang Sharks basketball team, greets children during the Sharks basketball clinic at the PhilSports Arena in Pasig City on Sunday.
China changes its tune
Top: Gelatinous strings of cartilage that make up shark fin soup. Above: Retired Chinese basketball star Yao Ming, also a vocal anti-shark fin activist, says when the buying stops, the killing can too.
NBA to help in earthquake relief efforts in China
NBA announced Thursday that NBA teams and players will donate one million yuan to support earthquake relief efforts in Southwest China.