Wu Chun squares off with NBA stars in Shanghai

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Wu Chun in action during the Super Penguin Ultimate Game in Shanghai. Image: Courtesy of Wu Chun


Brunei-born celebrity Wu Chun recently joined NBA stars and Chinese artists in a basketball charity game in Shanghai.

Among the NBA stars include Hall of Famer Tracy Mcgrady and champion Chris Bosh, and Chinese star Kris Wu, who along with Wu Chun, rocked the sold-out Oriental Sports Center last weekend.

Organised by Tencent, the 2018 Super Penguin Ultimate Game saw an attendance of 25,000 spectators who packed the arena to watch their favourite celebrities battle with the NBA stars.

The sold-out Oriental Sports Center in Shanghai packed with 25,000 spectators who came to see their favourite celebrities square off with NBA stars. Image: Courtesy of Wu Chun

“It’s another great experience to be able to take part in this meaningful charity event,” said Wu Chun in a statement.

“It’s also wonderful to see the NBA stars coming all the way to China and inspire the Chinese with their skills and knowledge,” he added.

The Final score was 61 – 60 for McGrady’s Team Blue, while Wu Chun’s Team Red lost the game in the final round.

“I have a fantastic time playing with them and I’m glad that we were able to put on an exciting show for the 25,000 spectators,” Wu Chun said.

Wu Chun (R) with NBA champion Chris Bosh during the Super Penguin Ultimate Game basketball charity match in Shanghai. Image: Courtesy of Wu Chun

The Bruneian