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MessagePosté le: Ven 18 Mai - 09:52 (2018)    Sujet du message: play once got the upper Répondre en citant

URUMQI Kendell Beckwith Jersey , China, March 30 (Xinhua) -- Beijing Ducks players rushed into the court after the final whistle. Stephon Marbury cried like a kid.
The Beijing Ducks raise the CBA Championship trophy after their victory over the Xinjiang Flying Tigers 98-88 on Sunday in Urumqi. The Ducks won the CBA Finals by 4 games to 2, defending their first-ever title won in 2011-12. [PhotoXinhua] Stephon Marbury and his teammate bump their medals after defeating the Xinjiang Flying Tigers 98-88 on Sunday in Urumqi. [PhotoXinhua] The Beijing Ducks raise the CBA Championship trophy after their victory. over the Xinjiang Flying Tigers 98-88 on Sunday in Urumqi. The Ducks won the CBA Finals by 4 games to 2, defending their first-ever title won in 2011-12. [PhotoXinhua] The Beijing Ducks’ Randolf Morris raises the CBA Championship trophy after his team beat the Xinjiang Flying Tigers 98-88 on Sunday night in Urumqi, grabbing the CBA title by 4 games to 2. [PhotoXinhua]
After upsetting hosts Xinjiang Guanghui 98-88, Beijing Ducks won their second Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) title in the past three years here on Sunday with 4-2 on aggregation in the best-of-seven finals.

"I'm proud of coaching these guys, who showed guts throughout the whole season," said Min Lulei, Beijing's head coach.

Randolph Morris, who finished with game-high 30 points and 11 boards, was crowned Most Valuable Player (MVP). Marbury and Sun Yue added 28 and 18 respectively.

After trailing by just one point, the hosts still have a chance to tie the series into Game 7, but was upset by Marbury's layups and Morris' jumpers in a row.

"I know that if we go into Game 7, we have little chance of winning. So I put everything on the line for the last quarter. What I try to do is to make every shot count," said Morris.

Xinjiang's Liu Shunan opened the offense with a layup, assisted by Su Wei. Marbury, who got only 14 points due to knee injury last game in Mastercard Center, grabbed the spotlight of this quarter with 16 points, helping his team build a 27-19 lead as the first period ran out.

Due to dissatisfaction with team's defense, Min Lulei called a timeout early in the second period, which proved of much effect, as the visitors took a 14-2 run to extend the margin to 17 points.

Xinjiang's mew signing Oksana, who replaced James Singleton as the latter suffered left hand injury, substituted with 10:08 to go in the second quarter. He helped Xinjiang cut the deficit with five straight points.

Xinjiang had 11 points in a row to open the second half, while the opponents didn't make a shot until midway through this period, thanks to Wang Xiaohui's 1 of 2 free throws.

Oksana's three-point play once got the upper hand of 65-63 to Beijing, but the hosts failed to drag the series into the decisive match at last.

Oksana led Xinjiang players with 18 points. Lester Hudson had 17.

"Our players showed professional spirit during this series, which moved me a lot. We make progress little by little, and I believe that we can realize the champion dream in the near future," said Xinjiang's head coach Cui Wanjun.

As Teachers' Day approaches, many parents in China are debating giving gifts to their children's teachers, an issue widely viewed as a test of teachers' ethics and parents' confidence.

Teachers' Day falls on September 10 every year in China. It is an important occasion in the country, where a high value has traditionally been put on education and where teachers are widely respected.

People use the day to show respect for teachers in various ways, and it is also a good chance for parents to show gratitude to their children's teachers.

However, good intentions have soured as the practice has become an unspoken rule for some.

A mother of a nine-year-old student in Beijing said she was considering whether to send a gift to her daughter's teacher, especially since she found that many parents have given gifts.

"I'm worried that if I do not send a gift, my daughter will perhaps suffer unjust treatment by her teacher," said the mother on condition of anonymity.

She heard a story from a friend about a student whose parents did not send gifts to a teacher and later failed to win the Outstanding Student title when the teacher decided to hold elections while the student was on sick leave.

"I do want to show my gratitude to teachers, but my feelings have changed if I have to do it for the interests of my daughter," said the mother.

The woman's attitude represents that of many parents in recent days as similar stories have surfaced.

Giving gifts to teachers has been a tradition in China, and the phenomenon is growing every year. On Monday, Beijing traffic police said on its official microblog account that on Teachers' Day, traffic around schools will be very heavy, implying that many parents will drive to schools to deliver gifts.

The Ministry of Education has reiterated many times that teachers are prohibited from receiving gifts or money from students or their parents, but the behavior is difficult to monitor and enforce.

Experts believe the problem is inevitable in today's China due to unequal distribution of educational resources. All parents want their children to enroll in good schools and good classes, and parents hope money can provide a favorable study environment for their children in the face of fierce competition.

A type of gift card allowing teachers to shop on popular websites has become popular in China. On major shopping sites such as Taobao, JD and others, one can easily find hundreds of Teachers' Day gift cards with credit of 200 yuan ($33) to as much as 1,000 yuan.

Although many people condemn the practice, others disagree. On the Twitter-like Sina Weibo community, a user under the name "qingjianduoyun" said it is parents who hav. MLB Jerseys From China   Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping   Authentic NFL Jerseys Cheap   Soccer Jerseys Online   Custom NHL Jerseys Cheap   Cheap Indians Jerseys   Cheap St. Louis Cardinals Jerseys   Wholesale Giants Jerseys   Wholesale New York Yankees Jerseys   Wholesale Minnesota Twins Jerseys 

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