January 2, 2016
Sylvia Fowles helped bottle up Elizabeth Cambage as Beijing beat Shanghai 71-58 in the battle for first place. An exciting game in Guangdong saw Xinjiang come in and win 101-93 as Tina Charles and Yelena Leuchanka got significant help from a number of domestic players.
Beijing vs. Shanghai 71-58 BJ Fowles 21/10r Shao 13 SH Cambage 10/10r Xun 10
Guangdong vs. Xinjiang 93-101 GD Leuchanka 26/10r Zhang 23/6r XJ Peng 25 Hua 24 Charles 22/14r
Standings: Beijing 4-1, Xinjiang 3-2, Shanghai 3-2, Guangdong 0-5
Maya Moore was extremely productive in her minutes as Shanxi handed Shenyang their first loss 79-78. Kara Braxton was productive in her minutes, but Bayi still eased to a 76-56 win over Liaoning.
Shanxi vs. Shenyang 79-78 SN Moore 27/7r Huang 23/14r SY Li 24/8r Zhao 17/6r
Liaoning vs. Bayi 56-76 LN Braxton 19/8r Cheng 17 81 Sun 19/6r Zhang 17/7r
Standings: Shenyang 4-1, Bayi 3-2, Shanxi 3-2, Liaoning 0-5
Li Shanshan and Jiang Jiayin led Jiangsu past Heilongjiang 82-45. Cheyenne Parker had the day’s highest scoring output as Henan stayed undefeated with an 80-71 win over Shandong.
Heilongjiang vs. Jiangsu 45-82 HL Ji 15 Zhang 13 JS Li 22/8r Jiang 22
Shandong vs. Henan 71-80 SD Yang 15/8r Ji 12 HA Parker 30/11r Huang 23/6r
Standings: Henan 5-0, Jiangsu 3-2, Shandong 1-4, Heilongjiang 1-4