CBA (Chinese Basketball Association)

China's CBA basketball league has agreed a five-year deal with Weibo that will see the social media platform host content including live video streams, short videos and interactive games

Chinese social video platform Kuaishou has announced a streaming deal with the Chinese Basketball Association League, under which third party creators will make content that will be presented to viewers…

The Chinese Basketball Association has announced that it has finalised its reclamation of the sale of commercial rights to its national basketball teams, thus ending its long-running partnership with the…

The three-round qualification tournament before the first round of the Australian Open could be axed to guarantee the grand slam will only be delayed one week – The Age S

US sportswear and equipment firm Under Armour has agreed to sell the MyFitnessPal platform to global investment firm Francisco Partners for $345m (€295m) – Under Armour Yao

China's People's Liberation Army's basketball team, known as the Bayi Rockets, has withdrawn from the country's men's and women's leagues

Insurance company China Life will continue to serve as the official main sponsor of the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) League following the signing of a three-year renewal from 2020-21 to 2022-23

The Chinese Basketball Association League's 2020-21 season tips off tomorrow, with some significant changes being introduced, including a new salary cap, new rules to promote domestic talent, and an extended…

Liu Jiadi, partner, and Jeffrey Wilson, counsel, at Chinese law firm JunHe, explain the significance of new player image rights rules in the Chinese Basketball Association League.

The Chinese Basketball Association League Sports Company has appointed Zhang Xiong as its new chief executive

The CBA has announced the shock departure of Wang Dawei, who became the top Chinese basketball league’s first chief executive 14 months ago.

The Chinese Basketball Association’s first chief executive officer Wang Dawei has left his post after just 14 months in the job citing “personal reasons”. The

Tom King looks at how China is getting its sporting calendar back on track, and how the global health crisis has affected some of the weaker industry players in the country.

Insurance companies are removing or ramping up the cost of pandemic insurance for sports events - CNA/Reuters South Korean football's K League hopes to have fans back in stadiums from July 10 - Yonhap

The Chinese Basketball Association on Saturday become the first of China's major domestic leagues to restart following months of lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic

The Chinese Basketball Association announced on Thursday that its suspended 2019-20 season will resume on June 20 after an almost five-month interruption

UK government culture secretary Oliver Dowden has said he hopes the Premier League can resume by mid-June. The teams have agreed to start non-contact training in small groups today