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Jiangsu Dragons

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League  CBA
Team colors  blue, white
Location  China
Head coach  Hu Xuefeng
Arena Capacity  10,000
Home  Away
Arena  Wutaishan Gymnasium
Founded  1996
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History  Jiangsu Daye Dragons (1995–1996) Jiangsu Nanjing Steel Dragons (1996–2015) Jiangsu Dragons Kentier (2015–present)

Jiangsu Dragons Kentier (simplified Chinese: 江苏龙肯帝亚; traditional Chinese: 江蘇龍肯帝亞; pinyin: jiāng sū lóng kěn dì yà) or Jiangsu Dragons or Jiangsu Kentier or formerly known as Jiangsu Daye and Jiangsu Nanjing Steel are a Chinese professional basketball team in the Southern Division of the Chinese Basketball Association, based in Nanjing, Jiangsu.

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History

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In the 2004–2005 season, the Jiangsu Dragons finished in last place in the South Division, because Tristan Wells lead the team in points and defeated the Xinjiang Flying Tigers in the quarter-finals and the Yunnan Bulls in the semi-finals, but lost to the Guangdong Southern Tigers in the Finals.

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References

Jiangsu Dragons Wikipedia


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