A few days ago, the Chinese Basketball Association officially confirmed:
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As the captain of the Chinese men's basketball team, Qian Chenghai won the 1961 Socialist Countries Friendly Basketball Championship with the team, and he himself won the "Personal Excellence Award." As the first batch of athletes in New China, Qian Chenghai was awarded the title of "National Sports Model".
In 1972, Qian Chenghai began to serve as the head coach of the Chinese men's basketball team. Based on the fast and flexible advantages of Chinese players, Qian Chenghai's "small, fast and flexible" style of play designed for the Chinese team made a whirlwind in the world basketball world. During his coaching period, Qian Chenghai led the Chinese men's basketball team to win the Asian Championships 5 times and the Asian Games 2 times.
In the World Series, Qian Chenghai led the Chinese men's basketball team to the tenth place in the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics. At the Madrid World Championships in 1986, the Chinese team finally won the ninth place among 24 participating teams, creating the best result of the Chinese team in the World Series at that time. This historic breakthrough is also the pinnacle of Qian Chenghai's coaching.
From 1972 to 1988, Qian Chenghai worked hard for 16 years as the coach of the Chinese men's basketball team. He was the first to introduce the concept of "full court press" and advocated "chasing and grading" to make it a "running tactic "The prototype. In addition, the "emergency stop jumper" technique he created during the player period was also unique at the time.
As a basketball player trained by the Bayi team, Qian Chenghai has accumulated rich experience for the development of Chinese basketball and has made indelible contributions to Chinese basketball. In the 2018-2019 season, the CBA officially created a brand new trophy for the best coaches in the league-the Chenghai Cup. This is not only the highest honor for coaches in the league, but also a tribute to Qian Chenghai's basketball career.
Old fans with age must be no strangers to Mu Tiezhu. Before Shan Tao, Battelle and Yao Ming, Mu Tiezhu was the super center of Chinese basketball.
Although his family was poor when he was a child, Mu Tiezhu's body growth rate was amazing. When he was 16 years old, his height reached 2 meters. Mu Tiezhu once said with a smile: "I don't know what medicine I took when I was a child, but I grew so tall."
The story about Mu Tiezhu engaging in sports is this: One year,
In the 1978 Asian Games in Bangkok, Mu Tiezhu led the Chinese men's basketball team to win the championship for the first time, and then led the team to complete the three consecutive Asian Championships.
In 1979, the U.S. College Student Union came to China for a friendly match under the banner of the U.S. National Team. As a result, it was defeated twice by the Bayi Men's Basketball Team led by Mu Tiezhu, causing a sensation in the basketball world.
When Mu Tiezhu played for the Bayi team, it was difficult for the team to find an opponent in the country. Even if it met the Korean and Japanese national teams, the Bayi team could win by a big score. In a game against the Suzhou City team, Mu Tiezhu scored 80 points in a single game, breaking the single-game scoring record in Chinese basketball history.
In 1981, the Bayi team won the first Asian Club Championship for China and then participated in the World Club Championship.
After retiring, Mu Tiezhu served as the head coach of the Bayi team, but later had to give up his job due to physical reasons. In 1999, Mu Tiezhu was selected as one of the "Top 50 Chinese Basketball Players" selected by the Chinese Basketball Association.
Zheng Haixia was born in Shangqiu, Henan in 1967. In 1982, at the age of 15, she entered the Bayi Women's Basketball Team, and in 1983 she entered the national team as she wished.
As a female basketball player, Zheng Haixia is 2.06 meters tall and is a veritable overlord flower on the court. Her appearance also opened an unprecedented "Zheng Haixia era" for the Chinese women's basketball team. She is strong and capable of offensive and defensive skills. She is a highly capable tall center in the history of the Chinese women's basketball team.
In Zheng Haixia's career, she has participated in 4 Olympic Games, 4 World Championships, 4 Asian Games and 8 Asian Championships. In the 1983 World Championships, Zheng Haixia won the third place with the national team; in the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, 17-year-old Zheng Haixia served as the main center and won the bronze medal; in 1992, Zheng Haixia and his teammates won the silver medal at the Barcelona Olympics.
It is worth mentioning that in 1997 Zheng Haixia, as a member of the Los Angeles Sparks, participated in the WNBA game and became the first Asian player to get involved in the event. Because of injuries, Zheng Haixia announced her retirement in 1998.
值得一提的是，1997年，郑海霞作为Los Angeles Sparks的一员参加了WNBA比赛，并成为首位参与该赛事的亚洲球员。由于受伤，郑海霞于1998年宣布退休。
Looking at the early game video of the Bayi Men's Basketball Team, a player with an elegant haircut and a ghostly passing ball always appears so prominent. He is Ah Dejiang. Many fans also call Ah Tijiang the "magician" of China.
In 2000, Ah Tijiang retired and became an assistant coach of the Bayi team. The following year, he became the head coach of the Bayi team. In the eight league championships of Bayi team, Ah Tijiang participated in them whether as a player or a coach.
In 2018, Ah's Jiang formally stepped down and became the head coach of the Xinjiang team. His son Arslan inherited his father's business and had been playing for the Bayi Men's Basketball Team before.
"The Bayi team’s contribution to the development of Chinese basketball, and the brilliance created by this team, I think everyone can see as long as the history of the Bayi men’s basketball team is opened. It is this excellent team that makes me love Young basketball players gradually know what honor is and what responsibility is. This team has grown from a fighting force during the War of Resistance to the Eight-One Worker Team after the liberation. I sincerely thank those very outstanding basketball players who gave silently." Ah De Jiang said.
For most "post-80s" fans, their knowledge of three-pointers on the basketball court is established by watching the game between Li Nan and Sun Jun. At that time, the Chinese men's basketball team was extremely precise on the outside line, and "little Li Fei Dao" Li Nan was the master of three-pointers.
对于大多数“ 80后”球迷来说，他们通过观看李楠和孙军之间的比赛来掌握三分球的知识。当时，中国男篮在外线非常精确， “小李飞刀”李楠是三分球大师。
As an outside striker of the Bayi Men's Basketball Team, Li Nan has won the championship trophy 8 times with the team. He is one of the most core members of the Bayi Dynasty.
In the CBA League, there are many records that may be difficult to break in the future. One of them is Li Nan’s single-season three-point shooting percentage of 64%. With the development of basketball, the three-point line is getting farther and farther from the basket. It is too difficult for latecomers to challenge this record.
In the Chinese men's basketball team, Li Nan has played with the team in many international competitions as a player. In 2018, Li Nan officially became the head coach of the Chinese men's basketball team, leading his team to play in the 2019 Men's Basketball World Cup in China.
Regrettably, due to lack of coaching experience, the Chinese men's basketball team failed to get a pass to the Tokyo Olympics, and Li Nan also dismissed get out of class later. Today, Li Nan's identity is
Liu Yudong, who was born in Putian, Fujian, had never been in basketball since he was a child. It is reported that because of the poor conditions of his school, he never even attended a physical education class before the age of 15. But at that age, Liu Yudong's height has reached 1.85 meters, and he was spotted by the coach of the Fujian Youth Men's Basketball Team by chance.
From the outside world, Liu Yudong started late, and his height and body are not particularly prominent, but Liu Yudong relied on long-term hard training to make up for many shortcomings. When he was 19 years old, Liu Yudong enlisted in the Nanjing Military Region men's basketball team, and officially transferred to the Bayi men's basketball team the following year.
In 1995, the Chinese Basketball Professional League began. Liu Yudong, who is 1.98 meters tall and wearing a No. 10 jersey, left a deep impression. He often gallops on the inside and got the nickname "Heavy Tank".
In the days of playing in the league, Liu Yudong won the CBA championship trophy for the Bayi Men’s Basketball Team 7 times. His outstanding skills and the brilliant record of the team made him one of the superstars in CBA history.
However, long-term high-intensity training and high-intensity confrontation made Liu Yudong suffer from injuries. In 1997, he suffered joint ligament rupture, which also directly affected Liu Yudong's career, but with the tenacious style and will of the soldiers, Liu Yudong has been supporting on the court. "Injuries have directly affected my performance. This feeling is the most difficult when the body cannot be controlled according to my own will. Afterwards, my legs are so painful that I lose consciousness. I joked,'If I use a knife to scratch my feet. The mouth may not feel at all.'" Liu Yudong said when talking about his injuries.
然而，长期的高强度训练和高强度的对抗使刘玉东受伤。 1997年，他遭受韧带断裂的折磨，这也直接影响了刘玉东的事业，但凭借其顽强的作风和士兵的意志，刘玉东一直在球场上提供支持。 “受伤直接影响了我的表现。当无法按照自bbin真人平台己的意愿控制身体时，这种感觉是最困难的。然后，我的双腿非常疼痛，我失去了知觉。我开玩笑说，'如果我用刀子划伤我的身体，脚可能根本感觉不到。”
In 2002, Liu Yudong underwent an operation. The doctor took out 11 bones from his knee. Now he puts the bones out at home, together with various trophies. It is this kind of spirit and dedication to basketball that makes Liu Yudong the "God of War" by the fans.
In the Chinese men's basketball team, Liu Yudong represented the team in the Atlanta and Sydney Olympic Games, and served as the flag bearer of the Chinese delegation in these two competitions. He worked hard with his contemporaries to help the Chinese men's basketball team win the Asian Championship three times, and also broke into the quarterfinals of the 1994 World Championships and the 1996 Olympic Games. His piercing eyes are already a prominent symbol of the Chinese men's basketball team.
Since 2019, the CBA regular season MVP trophy has been called the "God of War Cup". The trophy is named after Liu Yudong's nickname "God of War". The entire cup body is built with Liu Yudong's iconic shot. Such a great honor is the respect and appreciation for Liu Yudong's career.
Wang Zhizhi was born in a basketball family. His parents were both basketball players of the Beijing team. At the age of 14, Wang Zhizhi's height had reached 2.06 meters. That year he successfully entered the Bayi Men's Basketball Youth Team. Only three years later, Wang Zhizhi was selected into the Chinese men's basketball team and became the youngest national player in the history of the Chinese men's basketball team.
The fans were familiar with the following story. Bayi Men’s Basketball Team won the CBA championship trophy 8 times, and Wang Zhizhi experienced 7 of them personally. Tall, left-handed shots, soft shots, flexible feet, a series of iconic movements make Da Zhi look so unique on the court.
Throughout his CBA career, Wang Zhizhi scored 9,540 points, 3621 rebounds, 849 blocks, 638 assists, and 561 steals.
Even more dazzling is that in 2001, Wang Zhizhi officially joined the Dallas Mavericks and became the first Asian player to land in the NBA. Subsequently, he also played for the Clippers and the Heat.
In the Chinese men's basketball team, Wang Zhizhi accompanied the team in the Atlanta, Sydney, Beijing, and London Olympics. The block he gave to David Robinson at the 1996 Olympics became one of the most classic shots of that tournament.
In addition, Wang Zhizhi also represented the Chinese men's basketball team in the World Championships, Asian Championships and Asian Games. In 2010, the Chinese men's basketball team defeated the South Korean team to win the Asian Games. The players on the podium put all the gold medals on Wang Zhizhi's chest and collectively made a gesture of worship. This scene has become a lingering scene in the minds of a generation of fans. memory.
Because of his outstanding performance on the court, Wang Zhizhi was selected as "China's Top 50 Basketball Players" and "China's Special Envoy for the Olympic Games." Together with Yao Ming and Battelle, he is known as the "Mobile Great Wall" on the basketball court.
In 2015, Wang Zhizhi officially retired, and then he became the assistant coach of the Bayi team. In 2018, Wang Zhizhi took over the coach of the Bayi Men's Basketball Team from Ah Dejiang and led the team as the coach. Now that Bayi team bids farewell to the CBA League, Wang Zhizhi and his team have been written into history in this way.