BEIJING vans old skool bianche e nere , Jan. 15 (Xinhua) -- The defending champions Guangdong Hongyuan becomes the first team to get into the playoffs after beating Fujian SBS 102-99 in the 25th round of the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) league on Wednesday.
Guangdong's Yi Jianlian scored 25 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, Khalif Wyatt finished with 16 points, 6 assists and 3 steals, Joshua Powell had 15 points and 14 boards, Wang Shipeng had 14 points and Zhu Fangyu added 13 points.
Fujian's foreign duo, William Mcdonald and Delonte West combined with 56 points and 18 rebounds, and Zhao Tailong helped with 21 points and 5 boards.
Both teams played close in the whole game. Fujian led 81-78 at the end of the third quarter. The former NBA player player Yi Jianlian played a crucial role in the fourth quarter vans old skool nere e bianche , helping Guangdong get its 7th winning streak and seize the first ticket for the CBA playoffs.
Bobby Brown scored team-high 34 points to help Dongguan Marco Polo edge Beijing Ducks 109-107. Besides Brown, four other players of Dongguan scored double-digit points.
Beijing's Randolph Morris scored 32 points and 12 rebounds, Ji Zhe contributed 21 points and Damien Wilkins added 18 points and 7 rebounds.
Xinjiang Guanghui, second in the CBA, crushed Bayi Fubang 141-91, the largest margin so far in Bayi's history. Bayi's veteran center Wang Zhizhi, retiring at the end of this season vans old skool pelle nere , finished with 11points and 5 rebounds.
Newly-promoted Sichuan Jinqiang beat Qingdao Doublestars 123-114, sending the rival its 11th losing streak. Meanwhlile, Qingdao, currently bottom in the CBA, has no chance of advancing the playoffs any more.
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The Beckham boys
David Beckham has revealed that his sons want to follow his lead by getting tattoos - but he has urged them not to.
The ex-England football star - who has full sleeves of artwork among his vast collection - has told the youngsters they should dare to be different by shunning the ink.
In an interview for ITV chat series The Jonathan Ross Show to be broadcast tomorrow, father-of-four Beckham said his boys had already expressed an interest.
"They've already said they're having tattoos done. And I said, 'Well, be different, don't have any tattoos'," Beckham explained.
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In the interview, he told Ross that he was not always so proud of some of his looks over the years. He was not fond of the plaits he once had, photographs of which were dusted down last week following the death of Nelson Mandela.
He recalled: "I think I was in France at the time, I'd had a glass of wine or two. It was really painful to have done. I had it done at the wrong time as well, because it was when England were in South Africa and we ended up visiting Nelson Mandela, I ended up going with cornrows, and I really regretted having that done."
Meanwhile vans old skool pelle , the footballer also admitted he reduced his son Romeo to tears after giving a penalty against him while refereeing a children's match.
Beckham, who had his own occasional run-ins with match officials during his playing career, had to step in during a recent training match to penalise his own 11-year-old after he fouled an opponent.
He said: "I had to step in the ref one of their games and I kind of didn't really want to but all the dads were like, 'well, you know the rules.' So I took my coat off and I went out there and it was Romeo's game.
"First half went great, they were winning 3-1. Second half 4-1, 5-1 and then Romeo went to make a tackle in the penalty area scarpe vans offerte online , missed the ball and took the young kid down and I had to give a penalty.
"Fortunately, I shouldn't say fortunately, because they're 11-year-old kids, but fortunately they missed it. As we were running back... Romeo was jogging behind and he turned around to me and said, 'I can't believe you did that to me, dad.' And he was crying. It was kind of a lesson for him."
:: The interview will be screened on The Jonathan Ross Show on ITV at 10.05pm on Saturday.
BEIJING, Dec. 24 (Xinhua) -- China's push to clean up the environment is creating a huge renewable energy market scarpe vans offerte , tempting industry leaders.
Automakers, for example, are vying for a larger share of the world's fastest-growing new energy vehicle market.
U.S. automaker Tesla is reportedly in talks with Shanghai to build a factory, and the company is "deeply committed to the Chinese market."
Ford recently announced a joint venture with Anhui Zotye Automobile to produce and sell electric cars in China, with plans to launch 15 models by 2025.
The growing interest comes with China's intensified efforts to ease pressure on the environment through tax exemptions and subsidies for new energy cars.
Bill Ford, executive chairman of Ford Motor Company, said China is taking the lead in the electric vehicle market as there is a real government push to clear the air.
It is not just the automobile industry that sees opportunities in government initiatives. Companies from chemical producers to natural gas providers are thrilled by the push for long-term vans slip on bianche offerte , sustainable growth.
Clariant, a Swiss chemicals company, is looking for Chinese partners to commercialize its "sunliquid," which converts agricultural residue such as wheat straw into ethanol. According to Markus Rarbach, head of biofuels and derivatives at Clariant, the company's technology could be in widespread use in 2018.