HoopsHype Shanghai Sharks rumors

November 24, 2013 Updates

NBA D-League guard Quincy Douby has reached agreement on a one-year deal with the Shanghai Sharks of the Chinese Basketball Association, a source told RealGM. Douby had been the No. 3 pick in the Development League’s draft, and he further cemented himself as a strong call-up candidate with a 20-point-per-game start to the Sioux Falls’ season. RealGM

October 28, 2013 Updates

After the cut from Pacers' training camp Darnell Jackson finds a new team. His signing was announced by Shanghai Sharks. Last season Jackson had his first experience in China with Xinjiang Flying Tigers and averaged 18 points and 9.9 rebounds per game. Sportando

July 12, 2013 Updates

World Peace recently completed a trip to Beijing and Qingdao, which further fueled his idea of playing in China should he be waived. A league source told ESPNLosAngeles.com that World Peace has explored the option of playing in China through conversations with former NBA players who have made the leap, figuring out if the path blazed by the likes of Stephon Marbury, Steve Francis and Gilbert Arenas would be right for him. "You don't live twice," World Peace said. "You're not 33 twice. You won't be able to play in China at a good level again. I wouldn't be able to play in China again averaging, maybe, 40 or more points. That would be fun." ESPN.com

February 1, 2013 Updates

DJ White said he liked Shanghai and CBA would always be a option of him. If he decides to return to the CBA the next season, Shanghai Sharks will be his first option. hupu.com

December 17, 2012 Updates

Gilbert Arenas is healthy enough to return to the Shanghai Sharks lineup, according to the team’s official website. He will replace Ryan Forehan-Kelly, who has played the last three games as Arenas’ temporary replacement. NiuBBall.com

November 19, 2012 Updates
November 14, 2012 Updates

Former Rockets center Yao Ming these days will spend more time at the games of his Shanghai Sharks than at Toyota Center, but his uniform number will likely make its way to the arena rafters. Rockets owner Leslie Alexander, speaking after Tuesday’s unveiling of the All-Star ballot, said he expects to retire Yao’s No. 11. “Sometime probably, yes,” Alexander said. Houston Chronicle

November 12, 2012 Updates
November 9, 2012 Updates

Our reporter telephoned the vice general manager of Shanghai Basketball Chi Zhang. He said, "One million for Arenas? Who said that? There's still no final confirmation at the present moment. Arenas has already been to two training trials. If we do sign him, it will be for one season." Eastday.com

November 8, 2012 Updates

Stephon Marbury showed the way by taking a detour around Europe and being the first NBA superstar who signed in Chinese CBA. Gilbert Arenas is ready to follow his footsteps. According to sources near the situation the former superstar of Washington Wizards has a deal with Shanghai Sharks after a week of practicing with them. EuroHoops.net

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October 18, 2011 Updates

Marc Stein: Hearing Yao Ming-owned Shanghai Sharks trying to join bidding for Sebastian Telfair. Jiangsu Dragons said to be offering more lucrative deal. Telfair's agent, Andy Miller, told @Jorge Sierra last week that Telfair, contrary to reports, has not yet committed to sign with Jiangsu Twitter

Marc Stein: Word is Shanghai also wanted Delonte West. But in August (http://es.pn/nDTLDY) West tweeted that he can't sign abroad as per parole terms Twitter

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