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September 15, 2014 Updates

Shandong Flaming Bulls are strongly pursuing two players, because they need a center for next season: Serbian Miroslav Radulijca and Mexican Gustavo Ayon, the second one reported by Shams Charania. Radulijca increased his value playing an important role in World Cup, where Serbia reached the Final Game against USA. Ayon is in talks with Real Madrid and San Antonio Spurs, but can consider the big offer (around $2.000.000) and decide to take his talents to China. Sportando

Pooh Jeter has no intention to leave his team Shandong Flaming Bulls. There were speculations about his possible signing with the Lakers because of a workout with other players in L.A., but the Ukrainian point guard told Beijing Time he's loyal and will come back to China. Pooh Jeter: "I was a native of Los Angeles who grew as Lakers' fan and so I'm very honored to receive their invitation, I will train in L.A. for two weeks, but I'll play in Shandong also becuase I have a contract with them". Sportando

According to Sports Sina, Liaoning Hunters made a mega offer to push reigning CBA MVP Lester Hudson to choose them as team for next season. The player is pursued by Liaoning and Xinjiang Flying Tigers, who're trying to extend the deal with the American guard-forward. Liaoning, according to CBA insiders, made a one-year, $1.400.000 to Hudson and now they are closer to agree to terms with him. Sportando

Shams Charania: Shandong of China is making strong pursuit for NBA free agent Gustavo Ayon, source tells RealGM. Euro buyout's become issue w/ Real Madrid. Twitter @ShamsCharania

September 14, 2014 Updates

Qingdao Double Star decided to make one last attempt to reach an agreement with Hamed Haddadi, according to Qilu News. The Chinese team made a huge offer to push the Iranian center to sign in China for the second consecutive season. The offer will be much higher than $1.300.000 Haddadi earned last season with Sichuan Blue Whales. Sportando

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Qingdao Double Star is struggling to reach an agreement with Iranian center Hamed Haddadi. Qingdao General Manager said that Haddadi didn't reject their offer, but he's seeking a contract in NBA and wants to evaluate all the possibilities before choosing the Chinese offer. Sportando

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Anyway Qingdao has no plan to stop here. The team entered into negotiations with Iranian center Hamed Haddadi, who's pursued also by Spanish Real Madrid. Haddadi can be signed with the Asian spot and will allow Qingdao to sign another American player. The team already signed former Zalgiris Kaunas point-guard Justin Dentmon. Sportando

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While Douglas and Brown have already signed contracts to play in China next season, they both still have the ability to sign with the Lakers. Yet Douglas' agent, David Falk, told USA TODAY Sports that the 28-year-old point guard still intends on playing with the Jiangsu Dragons on his one-year deal. USA Today Sports

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David 'Dubi' Pick: Former NBAer Acie Law, I'm hearing, is nearing deal with Foshan in China. He's also a two-time Euro-champion. Twitter @IAmDPick

August 20, 2014 Updates

Life has been good for Stephon Marbury after leaving the NBA for China. In March, Marbury led the Beijing Ducks to their second Chinese Basketball Association title in three seasons. Marbury has become a star in China, where’s he’s been a five-time All-Star in five seasons. Marbury will play himself in a stage production about his life, which will depict the Ducks’ 2011-12 championship season. For The Win

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