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An International Crossover: Comparing The Chinese Basketball Association With The National Basketball Association

  title={An International Crossover: Comparing The Chinese Basketball Association With The National Basketball Association},
  author={Allison J. Slusher},
This thesis compares the Chinese Basketball Association with the National Basketball Association in an in-depth comparison of how these organizations approach seven key aspects of sports management including commercialization, regular and post season scheduling, training, player acquisitions, players’ and coaches’ salaries, and players’ and coaches’ unions. This thesis also compares the histories of the CBA and NBA. The histories of these organizations serve to set the background information… 

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