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Zhang Kai - PF, 6'10, 235
Signed in China - Signed with DongGuan
       Date of birth: 12/01/1982
       Country: China
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2004
     Out of: DongGuan Leopards (China)
  NBA Experience: 0 years
  Hand: Right





According to the title, the person in this video is a man named Zhang Kai. If this was the same Zhang Kai, I would be so happy. So happy. So bloody happy. But it isn't.

Bugger.


- 11th April, 2009.

From blog:


   Chinese Basketball Association Imports, 2010/11, Again
2011-03-13

DongGuan had almost made it this far without any import turnover, a testament to both their production and the team's success. After a disappointing 11th place finish last year and some bad luck with imports, this season has been far better, while national forward and one time Sacramento King Zhang Kai has been a good third wheel (14.4 ppg, 9.0 rpg). The obvious question, however, is why DongGuan did not replace Vroman with another big man instead. In the five games Vroman has missed, the team are 3-2, the two losses coming to the two teams now ahead of them.

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   Chinese Basketball Association Statistics, 2010
2010-03-07

- Zhang Kai: 35.4mpg, 16.6ppg, 10.8rpg, 2.0apg, 3.0fpg, 1.4spg, 0.9bpg, 59% FG, 20% 3PT, 71% FT

Kai is one of the best Chinese players alive, and signed a training camp contract with the Kings in 2008. That may seem unlikely, and it was definitely forgettable, but it really happened.

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