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Other Chinese basketball leagues include the National Basketball League (NBL), the Chinese University Basketball Association (CUBA), and the Chinese High School Basketball League (CHBL). At one time there was a league called the Chinese New Basketball Alliance (CNBA), one of whose most prominent teams was the Beijing Sea Lions, but this venture ...
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The Chinese Basketball Association or CBA was established in 1995, which was a Chinese version of the NBA. There are 20 teams in the CBA league that are split into two divisions. There is the Northern Division and the Southern Division. The Women's Chinese Basketball Association (WCBA) was established in 2002 under the CBA. There are 17 teams in the WCBA league with no split in divisions.
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With the Chinese Basketball Association’s (CBA) new salary cap agreement for the 2020 - 2021 season, CBA clubs are able to spend between 20 million yuan - 44 million yuan ($3 million - $6.72 million USD) on domestic-born Chinese players and no more than $7 million USD on foreign-born players (4 per team). Players are given a classification based on their pay grade from A - E (D being the MAX salary).