CBA (Chinese Basketball Association)

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

Hyundai is ending its sponsorship of the Australian A-League after this season, according to the Sydney Morning Herald

Yao Ming, president of the Chinese Basketball Association, has put forward three options to resume the league's season, which has been on hold since February 1 due to the Covid-19 pandemic

Migu, the video entertainment subsidiary of mobile telecoms operator China Mobile, has signed a wide-ranging agreement with the CBA, the top basketball league in China

The National Basketball Association is suspending its 2019-20 season indefinitely following games on March 11, after a player on the Utah Jazz tested positive for the coronavirus

The Chinese Basketball Association is close to a long-term agreement with the Basketball Federation of Serbia (KSS), covering joint work to develop basketball in China

Chinese Basketball Association club Zhejiang Guangsha Lions were hit with the largest-ever fine in league history after a pre-match, online promotional poster angered the Chinese government

After the Morey tweets, sentiment in the Chinese basketball sponsorship marketplace has swung the CBA’s way, making it easier for its leadership to focus on raising the quality of its core product: the league. Chen Yaolin finds out more.

The Chinese Basketball Association has agreed a sponsorship deal with tourist resort operator Chimelong Group, which will become a partner of the Chinese domestic league

Under the leadership of Yao Ming and his long-time friend and ally Ma Guoli, the Chinese Basketball Association is undergoing arguably the most ambitious reforms in Chinese sport. Ahead of the second edition of the Leaders Sport Business Summit in Beijing on 25th and 26th July this year, Leaders editor-at-large James Emmett visited the CBA League offices to find out how Yao and Ma are doing it.

The Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) has agreed a deal with the International Basketball Federation (Fiba) for Shenzhen to host the 3x3 Asia Cup until 2021.