|History||Dongguan New Century Leopards|
Shenzhen New Century Leopards
|Arena||Shenzhen Universiade Sports Centre|
|Location||Longgang, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China|
|Team colors||Navy blue, White|
|Head coach||Li Qun|
The club was founded in 2003 as Dongguan New Century Leopards and was initially located in Dongguan, Guangdong. After twelve seasons, the team relocated to nearby Shenzhen in 2015. Success came early in their existence for the Leopards, as they were the runners-up in the 2004 Chinese Basketball League (CBL) championship, and were promoted to the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) for the 2005–06 season.
In its first season in the CBA in 2005–06, Dongguan finished in seventh and last place in the South Division, and was out of the playoffs. The team would soon battle its way to respectability, however, becoming somewhat regular participants in the CBA's postseason over the ensuing years.
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Updated: 14 December 2017
- Robbins, Len (February 15, 2012). "Lin found game on other side of the world". The New York Post. Retrieved August 9, 2012.
- Bobby Brown scores 74 points and the game winner in China!
- Shenzhen New Century Leopards at Sports.Sina.com.cn (in Chinese)
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