Ya Jubei group stage last game last night, the 2012 men's basketball, Guangdong Hongyuan defeated 96 to 81 the six spike in Guangzhou, Guangdong team teenager noble half scored 27 points, and he just returned from the youth team this year transferred a team. It is worth mentioning that even the opponent's starting lineup, two "Hongyuan manufacturing, Guangdong team in recent years to keep the other teams output talent, has become a the CBA the biggest talents output of base. Cheap snapbacks
Ya Jubei played three games, noble two the Guangdong team scoring, Zhu Fangyu, Wang Shipeng and other big-name teammates became his foil --- this attack firepower super teenager is headed scorer in the National Youth Team It can be predicted, the new CBA, he will set off a "noble whirlwind. Noble is a typical representative of the Guangdong Hongyuan youth army, he is also the "Everest manufacturing excellent new one - in the end of last month, just the end of a large-scale movement of persons in the Guangdong Hongyuan embarked on the cusp" team's Ju Mingxin any Denway , Wang Pu, Zhu Xu Hang four transfer to Foshan team, of which the first two are permanent transfer, the latter on loan for two years. Plus joining Zhejiang Guangsha Wang Zheng and Chang Han, Guangdong has become CBA the first talents output hungry.
Du Feng, Zhu Fangyu, Wang Shipeng and Zhou Peng, Su Wei, Chen Jianghua ...... nearly 10 years, is well known to the outside world, the Guangdong team transport a lot of talent for the national team, but a lot of people may not too much attention, in fact in recent years the team has begun to continue to opponents in the CBA "blood transfusion". Guangdong team general manager Liu Hong Jiang has done the statistics, there are 15 players sent away from his hands in recent years, in fact, if you count from Hongyuan youth team out Li Xuesong and single Zhiming, 17 sent him to another team. "These players are very good, but Hongyuan squad competition is too intense, they left behind may not hit on the ball, and can only be sent out." For old Liu Hongyuan youth team able to continuously provide top-notch players, but also his "happiness troubles, we want the children to create play opportunities, the kind of injury because these people end rot in their own hands, but also the culture of Chinese basketball talent. "out transport personnel did not make The Hongyuan damage to its own power, and people of all ages are reasonable convergence of the personnel system, enough to make the team a few years to maintain the level of top teams in the CBA. Last kings Snapback
In recent years, such as Guangdong team massive overseas delivery personnel, not the other CBA club able to do. Players, not just the wealth of a club, it is a wealth of basketball in China. Hongyuan practice, and has always been geese are swans CBA style out of tune, but it really is a win-win outcome, to give young players the opportunity to play, and second, to let the Tigers won the honor three for CBA competition more benign technology.
In the end, playing in front of large contingent of family and friends, Broncos rookie quarterback Brock Osweiler found himself three feet from putting a nice exclamation point on his preseason finale. Cheap snapbacks
But after a seven-yard scramble he was tackled at the Cardinals' 1-yard line and Matt Prater kicked a 19-yard field goal on the next play to cap off Osweiler's best drive of the preseason, a 14-play, 94-yard affair to open the fourth quarter Thursday.
"It would have been a little bit better if I had ended up in the end zone," Osweiler said after the game. "But we got points out of the deal and that's all that matters. ... There was some good things, some bad things that we need to clean up, but that's part of the process."
Osweiler, who played just a few miles down the freeway at Arizona State, followed Caleb Hanie into Thursday's preseason finale and played for most of the second half. The second-round pick finished 3-of-6 passing for 36 yards.
"I spent a little bit of time in the stands here watching Cardinals games when I went to college here," Osweiler said. "But to finally get down on the field felt great."
Light work. Most of the Broncos' front-line players didn't take the field, but they didn't get the night off either.
Three hours before kickoff the Broncos' starting offense and defense, in addition to cornerback Chris Harris, wide receiver Brandon Stokley and linebacker Keith Brooking, were put through a workout by strength and conditioning coach Luke Richesson at the stadium. The group worked in shorts and T-shirts. Last kings Snapback
After the conditioning work, Peyton Manning threw to wide receivers Demaryius Thomas, Eric Decker and Stokley to go with tight ends Joel Dreessen and Jacob Tamme.
Homecoming King II. Also just a few miles from where he spent his college career, former Arizona State cornerback Omar Bolden gave the Broncos their most explosive play of the night.
Bolden, who was aggressive taking kickoffs out of the end zone throughout the game, brought one out from three years deep in the end zone late in the third quarter. And by the time he was finished sprinting up the Cardinals' sideline he had gone 103 yards for a touchdown.
"Omar kind of lit a spark for the whole team," Osweiler said.
"Anytime I can bring that ball out, I'm going to try to bring it out," Bolden said. "It's not always the best choice, so you have to be careful sometimes, but that one felt right." Bolden's play was the longest kickoff return in franchise history, either in the preseason or regular season.
Broncos linebacker Von Miller will earn about $1.3 million in base salary this year. It might be just enough to repay his parents' grocery bills.
When Miller was in high school, his family in Texas took in three other players on the De-Soto High School football team, including 49ers defensive lineman Tony Jerod-Eddie.
"It was like a sleepover every day," Miller said by phone Thursday.
Jerod-Eddie, an undrafted rookie, said it goes deeper than that. Friends since they were young boys, he said he considers himself Miller's little brother, and he refers to Miller's parents, Gloria and Von, as mom and dad.
Jerod-Eddie said he's close to his biological mother.
But when she was poised to move from De-Soto, which is outside of Dallas, before Jerod-Eddie's sophomore year of high school, Miller asked his own mother if the big defensive lineman could stay with them. Two other high school teammates, including current Kansas City Chiefs running back Cyrus Gray, joined the group.
"We're more than friends. It's more like a brotherhood," Miller said. "You know you're close when you can go into someone else's refrigerator and it's not a problem."
Jerod-Eddie, who was a year behind Miller, lived with the Millers even after Von left for Texas A&M. The following year, he and Gray joined Miller on the Aggies football team.
Miller continued to play the role of older brother this offseason.
He trained alongside Jerod-Eddie in the Los Angeles area and did his best to prepare him for his rookie season. He also introduced Jerod-Eddie to one of his future teammates.
Aldon Smith and Miller became friendly rivals in college – both are Big 12 Conference products – and kept in touch last season when they were vying for the sack title among rookies. Smith edged Miller 14 to 11 1/2. Miller, however, was named the league's Defensive Rookie of the Year.
The two met up in the Los Angeles area this winter, and Miller brought Jerod-Eddie with him. "That's my dog, man," Jerod-Eddie said of Smith. "Like I said, it was good coming here and knowing somebody."
Jerod-Eddie said he planned to meet with Miller and his family before the 49ers play the Broncos in Sunday's nationally televised game.
Et cetera – Coach Jim Harbaugh said that Alex Smith would start in Denver and that Colin Kaepernick remains the team's No. 2 quarterback. He would not say which quarterback, Josh Johnson or Scott Tolzien, would enter the game next.
• Injured running back Brandon Jacobs has shown enough improvement to make the 49ers' final roster, Harbaugh said. Jacobs suffered a knee injury in the first quarter last Saturday in Houston and is unlikely to play in the last two preseason games.
• Neither NaVorro Bowman nor Chris Culliver practiced for the second consecutive day. Look for Larry Grant to start Sunday's game next to Patrick Willis if Bowman can't play. Either Perrish Cox or Tramaine Brock will play in place of Culliver, the 49ers' No. 3 cornerback.