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Xinjiang Flying Tigers

 

Xinjiang Flying Tigers

Xinjiang Flying Tigers
Xinjiang Flying Tigers logo
Leagues CBA
Founded 1999
History Xinjiang Flying Tigers
(1999–present)
Arena Hongshan Arena
Arena Capacity 3,800
Location Ürümqi, Xinjiang, China
Team colors White, Sky Blue, Orange
              
Head coach Jiang Xingquan
Uniforms
Home jersey
Team colours
Team colours
Home
Away jersey
Team colours
Team colours
Away
Xinjiang Flying Tigers
Chinese 新疆广汇飞虎
Hanyu Pinyin Xīnjiāng Guǎnghuì Fēihǔ

Xinjiang Guanghui Flying Tigers (新疆广汇飞虎) or Xinjiang Flying Tigers or Xinjiang Guanghui are a Chinese professional basketball team in the Chinese Basketball Association, based in Ürümqi, Xinjiang. Its corporate sponsor is Xinjiang Guanghui Group, Ltd. (新疆广汇集团有限公司).

In the 2004–2005 season, the Xinjiang Flying Tigers finished in third place in the North Division, but lost in the quarter-finals to the South Division's Jiangsu Dragons. In 2005–2006 they finished in second place in the North Division, but were again eliminated by Jiangsu in the quarter-finals.

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