Fixtures

China CBA 01/18 11:35 24 Liaoning Flying Leopards vs Guangzhou Long-Lions - View
China CBA 01/20 12:00 25 Beijing Royal Fighters vs Guangzhou Long-Lions - View
China CBA 01/22 07:00 26 Guangzhou Long-Lions vs Shandong Heroes - View
China CBA 01/25 07:00 27 Guangzhou Long-Lions vs Shanxi Loongs - View
China CBA 01/27 11:35 28 Ningbo Rockets vs Guangzhou Long-Lions - View

Results

China CBA 01/15 11:35 23 [6] Guangzhou Long-Lions v Shanghai Sharks [3] L 84-103
China CBA 01/13 12:00 22 [15] Sichuan Blue Whales v Guangzhou Long-Lions [8] W 71-92
China CBA 01/11 07:00 21 [18] Jiangsu Dragons v Guangzhou Long-Lions [8] W 72-80
China CBA 01/09 11:35 20 [3] Zhejiang Golden Bulls v Guangzhou Long-Lions [8] W 104-113
China CBA 01/06 03:00 19 [9] Guangzhou Long-Lions v Qingdao Eagles [12] W 108-97
China CBA 01/04 07:30 18 [8] Guangzhou Long-Lions v Sichuan Blue Whales [15] L 103-110
China CBA 01/02 07:00 17 [9] Guangzhou Long-Lions v Jiangsu Dragons [17] W 90-84
China CBA 12/31 07:00 16 [4] Shanghai Sharks v Guangzhou Long-Lions [8] L 105-101
China CBA 12/29 11:35 15 [8] Guangzhou Long-Lions v Zhejiang Golden Bulls [5] L 82-92
China CBA 12/26 12:00 14 [13] Qingdao Eagles v Guangzhou Long-Lions [7] L 118-100
China CBA 11/14 03:00 13 [11] Shandong Heroes v Guangzhou Long-Lions [7] W 89-107
China CBA 11/12 07:00 12 [7] Guangzhou Long-Lions v Jilin Northeast Tigers [12] W 107-104

Wikipedia - Guangzhou Loong Lions

The Guangzhou Loong Lions (simplified Chinese: 广州龙狮; traditional Chinese: 廣州龍獅; pinyin: Guǎngzhōu Lóng Shī) are a Chinese professional basketball team based in Guangzhou, Guangdong. They play in the Southern Division of the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA).

History

The team was founded in November 2000 as Shaanxi Gaitianli Kylins by the Xi'an Dongsheng Group. In August 2001, they won the "B" league championship, and were promoted to the CBA. In the 2004–05 season, the Shaanxi Kylins finished in fifth place in the North Division, and were out of the playoffs. In 2005–06, they finished sixth, and were once again out of the playoffs. The team was scheduled to participate in the 2008 season of the International Basketball League (IBL). They were replaced by the Shanxi Brave Dragons.

In 2010, the Shaanxi Kylins moved from Xi'an to Foshan, and renamed themselves the Foshan Dralions. The club opted to start rendering its English name as "Long-Lions" rather than "Dralions" before the start of the 2014–15 season.

In 2016, the Foshan Long-Lions moved from Foshan to Guangzhou, and renamed themselves the Guangzhou Long-Lions. In 2017, the Nanhai Long-Lions were founded as the affiliate team. The team competes in the ASEAN Basketball League (ABL).