Former BYU standout Jimmer Fredette has agreed to a new deal to remain with the Shanghai Sharks, a source told ESPN.
David ‘Dubi’ Pick: The Shanghai Sharks are bringing back China’s scoring king Jimmer Fredette on a deal in $1.8M range, according to source.
Former NBA All-Star Stephon Marbury will play one more year in the Chinese Basketball Association, he announced Wednesday. Marbury, who had played for the Beijing Ducks since 2011, posted on his Instagram account that he will play with the Beijing Fly Dragons next season.
Former NBA All-Star Stephon Marbury will continue his basketball career in China for one more season, playing for the same city that helped resurrect his career — only this time in a different jersey. After failing to reach an agreement this summer with the Beijing Ducks, where Marbury won three Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) championships in four years, the 40-year-old guard posted on Instagram Wednesday that he will join the BeiKong Fly Dragons, the other Beijing-based CBA team that is eager for both competition and attention.
Free agent guard Ty Lawson has not signed with any team in China, agent Larry Fox confirms to HoopsHype. “Several teams have expressed interest in Ty from China and there have been discussions and Ty has expressed mutual interest,” Fox said. “In addition, several NBA teams are interested in Ty, Ty is weighing his options and no decision has yet been made.”