“Marbury Training Camp” expands lineup and adds three more college players
China News Service, Beijing, April 6th. The Northeast Division of the CUBA Divisional Tournament came to an end at Ocean University of China. With a wave of climax in the last half of the quarter, Tsinghua University defeated its rival Peking University in an 83:71 reversal. Won the CUBA Northeast King again. The “Marbury Training Camp” has also further expanded the lineup, and then ushered in three college players shortlisted.
Tang Senmao, Li Yuanxinhe Tang Haobo was selected for the Marbury training camp. Photo courtesy of the organizer
This is the first regional competition of CUBA in 2021, and it is also the first time that the CUBA first league has entered Ocean University of China after four years. Although this game can only be held in a closed campus, the Haida Basketball Hall, which can accommodate 3,000 spectators, is almost full of seats, which shows that campus basketball has a high degree of attention among students.
In this Northeast Division individual event, Tang Senmao and Li Yuanxin of Peking University won the three-pointer and the skill king respectively, and Tang Haobo of Jilin University was crowned the slam dunk king with absolute advantage. With their outstanding performance, the three of them were successfully selected for the Marbury training camp, and will receive Marbury’s great god-level guidance at the end of the season.
During the CUBA All-Star Game in mid-March, CUBA’s top partner War Horse released a new basketball promotion plan-War Horse Basketball Player, basketball superstar Marbury was invited to become the head and training camp instructor. CUBA All-Star players Zhao Baiqing, Wang Lanrong, Zhang Zihan, Yang Hao and Zhou Qimo became the first players to be shortlisted.
Tsinghua University is 83: 71 reversal defeated Peking University, and then won the CUBA Northeast King. Photo courtesy of the organizer
The organizer said that in the future, it will continue to explore the most powerful CUBA players, so that the lineup of “old horse disciples” will continue to expand, hoping to help more outstanding players realize the dream of professional basketball. (End)