Cheng Chih-Lung

Cheng Chih-Lung (鄭志龍; born August 29, 1969 in Taipei County (now New Taipei City), Taiwan) is a retired Taiwanese professional basketball player, a former member of the Legislative Yuan of the Republic of China, and an active basketball coach. Cheng played small forward for the Chinese Taipei men's national basketball team and started as shooting guard for his professional clubs in Taiwan and Shanghai mostly in the last decade of the 20th century. During his prime, he was widely recognized as one of the best offensive players in Asia. After a brief but controversy-packed political career following his retirement as a player in 2001, Cheng has returned to courtside to coach in Taiwan's Super Basketball League (SBL) since 2007.

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... Association (中華民國籃球協會) and a political ally of James Soong, Cheng Chih-Lung ran for and won the 2001 legislative election as the People First Party (PFP ... In the capacity of legislator, nevertheless, Cheng Chih-Lung was given the credit of working with the government's Sports Affairs Council to give birth to the Super Basketball League, which started to function in 2003 ... In the fifth season of the league's existence, Cheng Chih-Lung accepted the commission to coach Taiwan Mobile Clouded Leopards and brought the losing team to an improved ...