Wang Libin, (en chinois : 王立彬), né le 31 mars 1963, dans la province de Shaanxi, en République populaire de Chine, est un ancien joueur et entraîneur chinois de basket-ball. Il est porte-drapeau olympique chinois lors des Jeux olympiques d'été de 1984. Il fut également commentateur sportif sur ESPN Star Sports.

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  • Wang Libin, (en chinois : 王立彬), né le 31 mars 1963, dans la province de Shaanxi, en République populaire de Chine, est un ancien joueur et entraîneur chinois de basket-ball. Il est porte-drapeau olympique chinois lors des Jeux olympiques d'été de 1984. Il fut également commentateur sportif sur ESPN Star Sports.
  • Wang Libin (Chinese: 王立彬; pinyin: Wáng Lìbīn; born March 31, 1963 in Shaanxi Province, People's Republic of China) is a former male Chinese basketball player and an active basketball coach.Wang started his playing career at the age of 14 and was one of the most talented frountcourt players in Asia. 6'8", Wang was not only a powerful inside player with solid footwork and impressive mobility but also a stable long range shooter. Some dubbed him as "Asia's number one centre" during his prime in the 1980s. As a member of the China men's national basketball team he competed at 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games and was the flag bearer of the Chinese Olympic Team at the opening ceremony. Due to power struggles within China's basketball authorities, however, he was banned from playing for the national team at the age of 25—shortly after he competed at the 1988 Summer Olympics.After this forced "retirement", Wang accepted the invitation by a semi-professional club based in Tokyo, Japan to play there. In 1993, he moved to play for the Tera Electronics club in Taiwan and retired there after a decade-long "post-retirement" career as overseas professional player. Owning a restaurant named after his triple-double ("大三元") record in Taipei, Wang later served in ESPN Star Sports as a basketball analyst/commentator in Mandarin Chinese. He also participated in the training of the Chinese Taipei men's national basketball team.In 2004, Wang returned to his hometown, Xi'an, to coach the Shaanxi Kylins, a professional team in the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA). After two unsuccessful seasons coaching in the CBA, Wang resigned as the Kylins head coach and accepted another commission to coach the Northwestern Polytechnical University varsity team.
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  • Wang Libin (Chinese: 王立彬; pinyin: Wáng Lìbīn; born March 31, 1963 in Shaanxi Province, People's Republic of China) is a former male Chinese basketball player and an active basketball coach.Wang started his playing career at the age of 14 and was one of the most talented frountcourt players in Asia. 6'8", Wang was not only a powerful inside player with solid footwork and impressive mobility but also a stable long range shooter.
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