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Jorge Sierra: Andray Blatche is currently averaging 30.4 ppg and 14.9 rpg in the Chinese League. Could be a free agent in February. Twitter @hoopshype

"Top teams in both the Eastern and Western conference playoff race have begun the recruiting and courting process (of Andray Blatche)," agent Andy Miller tells HoopsHype. The regular season in China finishes on February 1, so Blatche could become a free agent very quick should his team fail to make the playoffs. Xinjiang is currently No. 7 in the League, just one win ahead of No. 9 Dongguan. Only eight teams qualify for the postseason. HoopsHype

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After his floundering Minnesota Timberwolves lost to Wittman’s Wizards on Tuesday night, 106-95, Saunders, who coached John Wall for his first 99 NBA games (and McGee for 181 games), was asked where Washington’s All-Star point guard has most improved since entering the league. Part of the coach’s answer: “It’s a little bit different throwing the ball to Nene, Gortat, and Paul Pierce than it is throwing it to JaVale McGee, Andray Blatche, and those guys. So they’ve done a good job of getting a supporting cast that works with him.” Truth About It

December 4, 2014 Updates

David Pick: Source: Sebastian Telfair has arrived in China, teams up with Andray Blatche at Xinjiang Flying Tigers. Twitter @IAmDPick

September 20, 2014 Updates

David 'Dubi' Pick: According to source, Nets power forward Andray Blatche signed with Chinese club Xinjiang. Official memo release to follow ASAP. Twitter @IAmDPick

After the signing of Jordan Crawford and the end of the negotiation with Lester Hudson Xinjiang Flying Tigers are reportedly close to sign Philippines' big man Andray Blatche. There were many rumors around the team about the possibile signing of Australian big man Aaron Baynes. Xinjiang's management confirmed the addition of a big man who played in World Cup, but denied the deal with Baynes, as reported by Hupu. Sportando

September 14, 2014 Updates

Andray Blatche has been a citizen of an Asian country for four months. Since then, he’s lead his new country, the Philippines to remarkable basketball performances at the FIBA World Cup. He’s become a national hero in the Philippines. But the International Olympic Committe of Asia has different views about Blatche disqualifying him from the 2014 Incheon Asian Games. Basketball Buddha

Asian Games rules state that each natualized player must have at least three year of residency in the country that gave him citizenship. Blatche doesn't have it. Philippines will replace him with Marcus Douthit. Sportando

September 12, 2014 Updates

Blatche was not just a hit on the court at the World Cup, but also with his teammates, says team capatain Jimmy Alapag. "The type of relationships he built with the guys on the team in one month and a half and the effort in games and practices really said a lot about Andray," Alapag told HoopsHype. "We were on the road together for about a month. That helped a lot to build that camaraderie and get to know Andray better. He was committed to the program from Day 1 and I think it showed." HoopsHype

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