Bay Area is already actually beginning to bolster their roster in excitement and anticipation of the 2022 PBA Commissioner’s Cup and the 2022-23 EASL season.
According to several reliable sources, the Dragons really have signed 7-foot-5 big man Liu Chuanxing.
Liu, 22, who was formerly apparently played for the NBL’s Brisbane Bullets as a Development and Special Restricted player.
In 23 games last season, he averaged at least 2.91 points and 1.61 rebounds.
From 2018 to 21, Liu also regularly played for the CBA’s Qingdao.
“Big Liu” was also a very prominent member of China’s entire squad that competed in the Clark window of the 2021 FIBA Asia Cup Qualifiers, averaging nearly 5.3 points and 3.0 rebounds in three games.
This year as well, Bay Area, which will include the Chinese players, will probably call Manila home.
Brian Goorjian’s team will therefore make their appearance against all of Asvel Lyon in a friendly match scheduled for September.
About Liu, Chuanxing Liu is a record-breaking acquisition for the Brisbane Bullets, with the center likely to become the NBL’s tallest player this season.
He came to Brisbane in late October and is poised to dominate the NBL this season.
Liu, who is 225 centimeters tall, or over 7 feet 5, will undoubtedly be a go-to option for the Bullets when hitting the basket.
The 22-year-old has played for the Chinese national team and has previously played professional basketball for the Chinese club Qingdao Eagles.
Liu will undoubtedly be a talent to keep an eye on in NBL22.