The Sydney Kings have broken new ground in signing the first Chinese-born player in the history of the NBL.The Kings have signed 207cm forward Bo Liu from Chinese CBA team the Shenzen Leopards.The 23-year-old last year signed with the Melbourne Tigers in the SEABL League, but joins the Kings for the upcoming season as a development player on a loan deal from Shenzen.Liu represented China at the world junior championships in 2013 where his team lost to an Australian side led by Dante Exum and Ben Simmons in the semifinal.The Kings utilised a recent NBL rule change that allowed players born within the FIBA Asian zone to be considered non-restricted (as per Australian and New Zealand-born players).China is home to more than 300 million registered basketball players. In July, former Boomers coach and current Shanghai Sharks assistant Brian Goorjian told ESPN he believed the CBA league was at the very least, on par with the NBL.Last week, the NBL announced plans for a new pre-season competition - the Australian Basketball Challenge to run in Brisbane from September 23 to 26. ?Two CBA clubs -- Zhejiang CB Golden Bulls and Tianjin Ronggang -- will compete at the event alongside all eight NBL teams.Kings coach Andrew Gaze said he was excited by Lius potential.Hes a high-energy guy, runs the floor really well and is super aggressive on the defensive end, Gaze said.Having played for Brian Goorjian in China as well as working with Nik Popovic, both friends of ours at the club, we know Bos fundamentals are sound. He picks things up quickly and has a great work ethic. Bo is a quality young guy with a great sense of humour.Liu said playing under Gaze was a big attraction. ?I like Andrews style a lot because on court hes really serious. 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For more than 30 years, Jeff Rosenberg has been collecting Muhammad Ali memorabilia, having never sold a single piece.But Friday, the collector and owner of Houston-based sports memorabilia company Tri-Star, said he was parting with some of his most cherished pieces, including the gloves Ali wore for the Fight Of The Century against Joe Frazier in Madison Square Garden in 1971.The gloves will be part of a Goldin Auctions sale, which begins next Monday and closes August 4.Rosenberg bought the gloves in August 2014 for $388,375, which was considered a steal. The next day, he was asked to resell them at a handsome profit, but he turned the offer down. Just months before, the gloves Ali used in his first fight against Sonny Liston in 1964 sold for $836,500.Rosenberg is only the second owner of the gloves in the 45 years since the fight. The gloves were supposed to become property of L.A. talent agent Jerry Perenchio, who had backed the fight using money from Jack Kent Cooke, who owned the Los Angeles?Kings?and?Lakers?at the time. The bout-worn gloves, as?well as the trunks and shoes, were included in the fight contract as a way to recoup money.If a movie studio can auction off Judy Garlands shoes, these ought to be worth something too, Perenchio told Sports Illustrated before the fight.Butt Perenchio never took the gloves.ddddddddddddAfter cutting them off after the fight, in which Ali lost after 15 rounds, trainer and cornerman Angelo Dundee brought them home, where they remained until his death in 2012. The interior of the Everlast gloves are labeled and signed by Dundee.When these last sold, it was clearly an an aberration, said Ken Goldin of Goldin Auctions. This one just slipped through the cracks. But with Alis passing and the recognition once again, not only of his greatness as a boxer but as a world leader, things have now changed.Both Ali and Frazier were undefeated heading into the fight, as this was Alis second fight back after he was absent from boxing for 3 1/2 years for his refusal to enter the draft.Goldin expects bidding to surpass the $1 million mark.For his part, Rosenberg said he isnt happy to be getting rid of the gloves.No matter what the price, theres going to be a sense of loss, Rosenberg said. Its a connection to the greatest fight.Rosenberg has also consigned a torch from the 1996 Olympics -- signed by Ali as both Ali and Cassius Clay -- to the auction.Ali died on June 3 after a 30-year battle with Parkinsons Disease. Jerseys NFL China Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Jerseys From China Cheap Jerseys 2018 Cheap Jerseys 2020 Jerseys Wholesale ' ' '