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2014-07-01 23:03:05

New Agreement Covers Regular and Post-Season Games, All Media Platforms, Through 2017 New York, NY (PRWEB) July 01, 2014 ONE World Sports, America’s Network for Global Sports, today announced that it has secured a multiyear extension with Infront Sports & Media, the exclusive global marketing partner of the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA), to exclusively telecast CBA games in the United States and Canada for the next three seasons across all media platforms. The network’s...

2012-09-13 23:01:07

Chinese Basketball Association Professional League Games Continue Exclusively On ONE World Sports In North America Singapore and Dallas (PRWEB) September 12, 2012 ONE World Sports (OWS), a worldwide leader in sports broadcasting, has extended its agreement with Infront Sports & Media, the exclusive global marketing partner of the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA). Under the new multi-year, multi-screen agreement, OWS continues to be the exclusive distributor of CBA Professional...

2010-05-26 09:04:00

BEIJING, May 26 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- QSL Sports Limited (QSL) is pleased to announce its six-year exclusive partnership with an extension option for another six years with the Chinese Baseball Association (CBA) to develop the China Baseball League (CBL), the only official professional baseball league in China. This is QSL's latest expansion to the sport following its investment in the China Youth Baseball League (CYBL) announced in June last year. Mr. Kenneth Jian Hua HUANG, founder...

2010-04-12 01:23:00

BEIJING, April 12 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- QSL Sports Limited (QSL) today announced that the Company has successfully signed on several sponsors and partners for China's National Basketball League (NBL). The sponsorships come on the heels of QSL's announcement back in February this year that it announced its investment in the NBL and signing of an exclusive contract to promote, reform and manage NBL in collaboration with the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA). Mainland China's leading...

2010-02-23 05:37:00

BEIJING, Feb. 23 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- QSL Sports Limited (QSL) and the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) have entered into a long-term binding contract to manage the National Basketball League (NBL), the CBA announced today. QSL and the CBA will promote, reform, and exclusively manage the professional basketball league together. As part of the strategic cooperation agreement, QSL will invest in the NBL. QSL Sports is a joint-venture company owned by Mr. Kenneth Huang, the BQ...

2006-08-02 00:47:56

BEIJING (Reuters) - China center Yao Ming says he is on track to play in this month's world championships as the national team returned home from its disappointing European warm-up tour, Chinese newspapers reported on Wednesday. "Now I am 80 percent OK," the China Daily quoted Yao as saying. "The recovery has been quite good and better than expected... I feel like I am getting closer to my best shape." The 7ft-5in NBA All Star broke his left foot playing for the Houston Rockets on...

2006-05-01 01:08:10

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's first NBA star Wang Zhizhi has earned a recall to the national team after four years in the wilderness following his refusal to play in the 2002 Asian Games. Last month, an apologetic Wang returned to his homeland admitting that he had made a mistake and asked to be reconsidered for national duty. The plea was successful and Wang was among the 18 players announced by the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) on Sunday for a training camp in preparation for...

2006-04-19 07:24:33

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Yi Jianlian, linked with a move to the NBA, says he plans to stay with the national team rather than follow Yao Ming's path this year. The 2.1 meter forward for the Guangdong Tigers in China's premier basketball league believes he is not ready for the NBA and wants to concentrate on China, a local newspaper reported on Wednesday. "I see myself as a national team member," the Beijing News quoted Yi as saying. "After all, I haven't yet reached NBA...

2006-04-10 01:36:41

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's first NBA star, expelled from the national team for skipping the 2002 Asian Games, made an apologetic return on Monday as China seeks to reconcile with "problem stars" ahead of the Beijing Olympics. Wang Zhizhi, who paved the way for Chinese NBA players Yao Ming and Menk Barteer when he signed for the Dallas Mavericks in 2001, was welcomed back with open arms by the China Basketball Administration, the same body that expelled him. The three became known as...


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