See if the Shanghai Sharks Can Make the 2018 CBA Playoffs

By That's Shanghai, January 23, 2018

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Ever wanted to check a Sharks basketball game off your Shanghai bucket list? Now might be your last chance to catch a game at Yuanshen Stadium before the Chinese Basetball Association (CBA) playoffs start, with just four home games remaining in the Shanghai Sharks' regular season. 

Despite their current 15-14 record and a 10th place overall league standing, the Sharks still have a decent shot at securing a playoff spot thanks to the CBA expanding the field to 10 teams this year. The 2018 CBA playoffs kick off on March 3 this year.

Want to see if Jimmer Fredette can help repeat a playoff run — and a 73-point game — with the Sharks? Click here to buy tickets for the remaining home games before the regular season ends.

Upcoming Shanghai Sharks Home Games

January 28: vs Jiangsu Dragons
January 30: vs Jilin Northeast Tigers
February 8: vs Shenzhen Leopards
February 11: vs Qingdao Eagles

Until Feb 11, 7.35pm, RMB60-300, Yuanshen Sports Stadium, see event listings. Buy tickets here.

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