Chinese NBA Lockout Continues

Chinese NBA Lockout Continues
One by one the exodus of NBA players out of the Americas continue to occur. This time the two players the Denver Nuggets already anchored to the club's official Chinese basketball league.
After Wilson Chandler, now turn to his colleague at the Nuggets, JR Smith, followed in his footsteps abroad, precisely the Bamboo Curtain country, China.

While other Nuggets players, Ty Lawson, had already joined the Lithuanian club. Tidka a case of Chandler and Smith, Lawson will be allowed to complete his adventures overseas if the NBA lockout has ended.
Until now the owner of the NBA and the players are still split over plans to cap salaries. Until now the conversation has yet to find a bright spot.
Although the issue was completed before the 2011-12 season rolled on, Chandler and Smith will not be able to return to the NBA China basketball league before the season ended in March.
Both players believe the lockout will last long enough, and they prefer to play in China than in spending time in the gym and wait for the season rolling.
Smith's agent, Leon Rose, confirmed that his client had signed a contract with Zhejiang Guangsha for one year, a club with Chandler.
"JR (Smith) is desperate to play basketball this season," Rose told The Associated Press.

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