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      <br><br>Guo Ailun (Chinese exercise 郭艾伦; born November 14, 1993 in Liaoyang, China) – Chinese professional basketball player, currently plays for the club of the Chinese basketball association „Liaoning Flying Leopards», the youth teams of China of various ages and the first team of China. Representative of the „new generation» in Chinese basketball. The span of the arms is 195 cm.<br>Biography<br>Guo Ailun is the nephew of Chinese basketball star Guo Shiqiang.<br>CareerClub career<br>Guo Ailun started his career in the Liaoning Flying Leopards youth team in September 2005. Played on the position of the attacking and point guard. Since 2009 he has been in the main line-up. He took part in the All-Star Game of the North and South Divisions of the Chinese Basketball Association of the 2011/12 season, scored the most points in two teams – 30, and also gave 6 assists. Became the MVP of the All-Star Game.<br>International career<br>Guo has represented various Chinese youth teams in international competitions, notably at the 2010 U17 World Youth Championship in which he was captain. The national team finished seventh, and the player averaged 22.4 points per game – a record performance in the tournament. He became the first Chinese basketball player in major international tournaments to become the top scorer. He also led the Chinese national team in terms of the number of assists. Following a successful performance at the youth championship, the player was to take part in the games of the first team at the 2010 World Cup in Turkey, which became a mini-sensation. Go became the youngest participant in the tournament, at the time of the performances he was 16 years old. In 2009-2010, he took part in four major international tournaments at once: the World Championship among youth teams under 17 years old, the World Championship 2010, the Asian Championship among youth teams under 16 years old and the Asian Championship among youth teams under 18 years old. In October 2010, at the Asian Youth Championship U18, he entered the of the tournament, and according to its results, he became the MVP.<br>

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