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  1. Johnson more than a 'summer league guy'

    Tim MacMahon

    DALLAS - The most intriguing player on the Dallas Mavericks' summer league roster is a 30-year-old fresh off a "six-month practice" in China and hoping to get his foot back in the NBA door. The well-traveled Ivan Johnson, a thickly muscled, 6-foot...

    Blog | July 10, 2014
  2. Tyson Chandler of Dallas Mavericks declines Chinese team's offer

    Chris Broussard

    Tyson Chandler has decided not to accept an offer to play basketball in China during the NBA lockout.

    Story | Conversation | November 22, 2011
  3. Dallas Mavericks' Tyson Chandler receives offer from Zhejiang Gua...

    Marc Stein

    Zhejiang Guangsha has extended a lucrative offer to Dallas Mavericks free-agent center Tyson Chandler, according to sources with knowledge of the talks.

    Story | Conversation | November 20, 2011
  4. First Cup: Monday

    Henry Abbott

    Louise Watt of The Associated Press: "Yao Ming's expected retirement could diminish the NBA's once-burgeoning popularity in China, with many fans saying they would no longer watch games. 'What's the point of watching NBA now?' asked an online user c...

    Blog | July 11, 2011
  5. Brendan Haywood loses All-Star steam

    Jeff Caplan

    NBA fans in China are proving they can be just as ridiculous as Americans when it comes to All-Star voting. How else do you explain injured Houston Rockets center Yao Ming being the Western Conference's leading vote-getter for centers? About as ea...

    Blog | January 06, 2011
  6. Yao to meet with traditional practitioners on stress fracture

    Rockets center Yao Ming is back in China to consult with traditional medicine practitioners over his NBA season-ending foot injury.

    Story | Conversation | April 04, 2008
  7. Wang's absence from Team China still a mystery

    Dallas Mavericks free agent Wang Zhizhi, who twice defied orders to return to China after his NBA season was over, isn't sure he will be allowed to play for his country in the World Championships this month.

    Story | Conversation | August 15, 2002
  8. Wang decided to stay in States to practice

    Speculation that Wang Zhizhi might defect to the United States is just that -- speculation, said the Dallas Mavericks backup center, who did not return China after the NBA season ended.

    Story | Conversation | June 24, 2002
  9. Yao's agent says deal nearly done

    Yao Ming's agent says the 7-foot-5 center has reached an agreement on compensating his Chinese team if he is selected in the NBA draft, the official Xinhua News Agency reported Saturday.

    Draft_Story | June 22, 2002
  10. Houston delegation to meet with Chinese

    Andy Katz

    The Houston Rockets will send a four-person delegation to China on Saturday with the intent of striking a deal to make Yao Ming the No. 1 pick in the 2002 NBA draft.

    Story | Conversation | June 07, 2002