• SBL Coaching Carousel

    SBL Coaching Carousel

    SBL coaching carousel began as many familiar faces returned to the SBL coaching fraternity recently. Wei Chen-ming, who coached Bank of Taiwan from 2003-2007 before being replaced by Lai Liang-chung, returned to his old team and replaced Lai as head coach. BOT under Wei did enjoy a brief spotlight, when it gave defending champ Yulon a scare in an epic […]

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  • Random Taiwanese BBall News: Chiu To Coach In China Again

    Random Taiwanese BBall News: Chiu To Coach In China Again

    Dacin head coach Chiu Ta-tsun was reported to be coaching in China again and has resigned as the head coach of Taiwan national second team in this year’s WIlliams Jones Cup. Chiu was reportedly to be signing an one-year contract with Jiangsu, where he coached before. Taiwan NT to play in friendlies in Japan Local media reported that Taiwan NT […]

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  • 2012-13 SBL Season To Tip Off

    2012-13 SBL Season To Tip Off

    SBL team meeting convened by the CTBA today reach a consensus that the 2012-13 SBL regular season will tip off on Nov. 17 this year. Among the important decisions made in the meeting include the acceptance of players of Taiwanese descent for the first time with each team is allowed to keep two such players who possess a ROC (Taiwan) […]

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  • The Demise Of Yulon Luxgen

    The Demise Of Yulon Luxgen

    Yulon Luxgen, which won four titles in the SBL’s brief eight-year history, is obviously experiencing its lowest point in the SBL era. After a 20-point loss to Taiwan Beer on Saturday, it has dropped six of its last eight games and is currently fourth on the standing with 13 wins and 11 losses. On Saturday, Yulon trailed by as many […]

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  • Rookie Named Week 8 MVP

    Rookie Named Week 8 MVP

    KKL rookie forward Liu Chen was named Week 8 MVP after averaging 19.3 points and 7.3 rebounds in three games last week. Liu’s performance was highlighted by a 23-point, 12-rebound effort in a win over Dacin. He had 31 points in the media voting over Quincy Davis of PY, who had 18 points, and TB forward Cheng Jen-wei’s 12 points. […]

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  • Huang Wan-lung Takes Helm At Dacin

    Huang Wan-lung Takes Helm At Dacin

    It turned out Chiu Da-tsun did not resign from his head coaching position, but Dacin Construction is now handing the coaching duty to its technical adviser Huang Wan-lung. In other words, Chiu is now a head coach who does not need to coach. The weird move brought back the old memory of Hungfu Rams, one of the teams in the […]

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  • Ryan Wright Wins SBL Dunk Title

    Ryan Wright Wins SBL Dunk Title

    Taiwan Mobile’s Ryan Wright won the 2012 SBL slam-dunk title Saturday with a pair of powerful and windmill dunks in front of 9,600 fans in the southern port city of Kaohsiung. Doug Creighton of Pure Youth edged Yulon’s Lu Cheng-ju with 19 points to win the title in the three-point shootout finals. KKL guard Chou Tzu-hua won the skill challenge. […]

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  • 2012 SBL All-Star Weekend In Kaohsiung

    2012 SBL All-Star Weekend In Kaohsiung

    The SBL All-Star Weekend will be held in the southern port city of Greater Kaohsiung, Taiwan’s second largest city, for the first time from Feb. 25-26. Due to various reasons, the All-Star Game was not held during the past two years. Former NBA player Noel Felix led all players in the All-Star voting. The results are listed as follows: Blue […]

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  • SBL News

    SBL News

    Import players have been putting up impressive numbers this season. And Taiwan Beer finally settled with Kibwe Trim as its import after testing three or four guys since the start of the season. According to the SBL regulation, import players could not be replaced after the deadline of Feb. 12. The league raised the maximum height of import players from […]

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  • Brilliant Week For Bank Of Taiwan Guard Chen Shun-Hsiang

    Brilliant Week For Bank Of Taiwan Guard Chen Shun-Hsiang

    Bank of Taiwan shooting guard Chen Shun-hsiang came out of injury and turned in a pair of brilliant games this past week after the lunar new year break. Chen made his season debut on Friday against Taiwan Beer after breaking his collar bone in a pre-season game and did not disappoint, chipping in 29 points, including five three-pointers, and lead […]

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