Tsung-Hsien Chang

Basketball player profile

Tsung-Hsien Chang

Date of birth: Dec 27, 1988

Height:1m92 / 6-4

Position: SG / SF

Nationality :China

2014-2015 Regular Season

Tsung-Hsien Chang Averages in China - CBA

  • Pts

    6.3

  • Reb

    2.3

  • Ast

    1.1

  • Eff

    5.6

Tsung-Hsien Chang is a professional basketball player born on December 27, 1988. His height is six foot four (1m92 / 6-4). He is a shooting guard / small forward who most recently played for Sichuan Blue Whales in China - CBA.

Basketball Career Averages

Regular season stats for Tsung-Hsien Chang

SEA LEA TEAM REB AST PTS
13-14 CHN-1 Sichuan Blue Whales logoSichuan Blue Whales 3.3 1.2 12.4
14-15 CHN-1 Sichuan Blue Whales logoSichuan Blue Whales 2.3 1.1 6.3
Tsung-Hsien Chang

Basketball Career

Tsung-Hsien Chang's career

2014-2015 season with Sichuan Blue Whales

Tsung-Hsien Chang averaged 9.7 points, 2.2 rebounds and 1.3 assists per game, playing 6 games with Sichuan Blue Whales, during the 2014-2015 China - CBA regular-season. He set his season-high with 19 points in 36 minutes against Tianjin Ronggang on November 07, 2014. He grabbed a season-high 11 rebounds in 31 minutes against Beikong on January 30, 2015. He dished a season-high 3 assists in 18 minutes against Qingdao DoubleStar on December 03, 2014.

He scored in double figures 8 times in 6 games. He recorded 1 double-double.

2013-2014 season with Sichuan Blue Whales

Tsung-Hsien Chang averaged 12.4 points, 3.3 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game, playing 34 games with Sichuan Blue Whales, during the 2013-2014 China - CBA regular-season. He set his season-high with 36 points in 45 minutes against Bayi Rockets on December 11, 2013. He grabbed a season-high 8 rebounds in 32 minutes against Shandong on January 22, 2014. He dished a season-high 6 assists in 45 minutes against Bayi Rockets on December 11, 2013.

He scored in double figures 21 times in 34 games. He had 20 points or more 6 times. He had 30 points or more 1 time.

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