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Guangdong Vermilion Birds
Guangdong Vermilion Birds logo
LeagueWomen's Chinese Basketball Association
HistoryGuangdong Kapok (2002-07)
Guangdong Dolphins (2007-18)
Guangdong Vermilion Birds (2018-present)
ArenaDalang Arena (since 2015)
Capacity4000
LocationDongguan, Guangdong (since 2012)
Main sponsorGuangdong Xintongsheng

Guangdong Vermilion Birds is a Chinese professional women's basketball club based in Dongguan, Guangdong, playing in the Women's Chinese Basketball Association (WCBA). It was known as Guangdong Dolphins from 2007-2018 and Guangdong Kapok before 2007.

The Vermilion Bird is a mythical creature in Chinese culture.

Season-by-season records

Season Corporate Sponsor Home City Final Rank Record (including playoffs)[1] Head coach
W L %
Guangdong Kapok
2002 Dongguan Junda Dongguan 3rd[2] 10 4 71.4 China Zheng Wei
2002-03 2nd[2] 15 8 65.2
2004 Foshan Hongjia Aluminum Foshan 6th[2] 5 5 50.0
2004-05 6th[2] 9 9 50.0
2005-06 Dongguan 10th[2] 9 16 36.0
2007 Sunray Cave 7th 4 8 33.3
Guangdong Dolphins
2007-08 Asia Aluminum[3] Zhaoqing 6th[4] 8 10 44.4 China Zheng Wei
2008-09 Foshan 6th 12 12 50.0 China Zhao Li
2009-10 5th[5] 14 10 58.3 China Chen Duan
2010-11 2nd 23 8 74.2 China Pan Wei
2011-12 7th 15 10 60.0
2012-13 Dongguan Daily News Dongguan 8th[6] 10 14 41.7 United States Bo Overton
2013-14 5th[7] 14 10 58.3 China Ma Yongzhong
2014-15 Dongguan Songshan Lake 7th[8] 13 17 43.3 South Korea Yoo Soo-jong
2015-16 Dongguan Marco Polo Group 4th[9] 17 20 45.9 Chinese Taipei Wang Wei-chieh
2016-17 6th[10] 18 19 48.6
2017-18 Guangdong Xintongsheng
4th[11] 16 17 48.5 China Lin Yaosen
Guangdong Vermilion Birds
2018-19 Guangdong Xintongsheng Dongguan China Lin Yaosen

Current players

Notable former players

References

  1. ^ "?". Chinese Basketball Association (organisation) (in Chinese).
  2. ^ a b c d e "2002-2006WCBA?". jx918.net (in Chinese). 2006-02-26.
  3. ^ Ye Hui () (2007-11-22). "? ". New Express (in Chinese).
  4. ^ "2007-2008?". Sina.com (in Chinese). 2008-02-25.
  5. ^ "WCBA ?". Southern Metropolis Daily (in Chinese). 2010-03-06.
  6. ^ "2012-2013WCBA". Chinese Basketball Association (organisation) (in Chinese).
  7. ^ "WCBA?:? ". qq.com (in Chinese). 2014-03-04.
  8. ^ "2014-2015WCBA". Chinese Basketball Association (organisation) (in Chinese).
  9. ^ "2015-2016". Chinese Basketball Association (organisation) (in Chinese).
  10. ^ "2016-2017". Chinese Basketball Association (organisation) (in Chinese).
  11. ^ "2017-2018WCBA". Sohu.com (in Chinese). 2018-03-14.

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