The King From China 中国国王

The Story Of Bo Lui

Standing at 6.9 Bo is the first Chinese born NBL player in history. Signed as a development player with the Sydney Kings in 2016/17 Bo has impressed the Australian competition with his amazing talent and friendly nature.

Mike and with Harlequins with another sellout crowd.

This is programe is quest to scout and sign an upcoming basketball star from China and make him a part of a team in the 2017/18 NBL basketball season.

If you have any basketball talent in China you're instantly taken from school and entered into a massive training program.

Bo Liu

Locked away in deals that could eventually become million dollar CBA Chinese basketball association contracts.

These guys train 8 hours on their off days.

We will find ourselves a star and offer them a 2 year contract with an NBL team. It may be a development deal with the Chinese Basketball League or a straight up deal.

With over a billion people in China It's gonna be tough to find him.

These are the kinds of future talent we are looking for......

After the success of our first Chinese born NBL player there is a rumour that all Aussie teams will be required to have a Chinese born player an very soon a Chinese team in the competition.

This program will travel to unfamiliar parts of China to discover Bo's country, the culture, the people, the players, where they’re from and how much basketball means to them.

Narrated for Australia in English by national TV host and Sydney Kings MC Mike Goldman, with parts of the story told in Chinese and English by Bo Liu.

Get ready for an inspiring journey that will help build the hype for the 2017/18 season.

Bo Liu, Mike Goldman and a big fan.

Narrated for Australia in English by national TV host and Sydney Kings MC Mike Goldman and with parts of the story told in Chinese and English by Bo Liu.

Mike Goldman

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