Max Zhang

California Golden Bears #14 - Center

  • Height: 7-3
  • Weight: 240

Cal Basketball Recruiting: Przemek Karnowski To Choose Cal Or Gonzaga


Polish center Przemek Karnowski is expected to choose Cal or Gonzaga this week.

Golden Nuggets: Mike Montgomery Leads the Youthful Bears to an Improbable Fourth-Place Finish in the Pac-10


Three months ago a winning conference record seemed like a long shot for California and Mike Montgomery. Despite the team's youth and inexperience, Monty managed to lead them to a fourth-place...

Max Zhang Not Returning To Golden Bears, Signed Contract With Shanghai Sharks


Max Zhang will not be returning to play for the California Golden Bears basketball team. He will stay in China and sign a contract in the CBA with the Shanghai Sharks.

Golden Nuggets: What's The Most Uncertain Position For Cal Football?


What's Cal football's most uncertain position for 2010? Also, more on Nnamdi Asomugha, Mike Mohamed, Max Zhang, and Emerson Murray.

What Does the Pac-12 Mean for Basketball?


What Does the Pac-12 Mean for Basketball?

Cal Coaches Tour 2010 Recap: Mike Montgomery Edition


At the Cal Coaches Tour, Mike Montgomery discussed the losses of the seniors (Randle, Christopher, Robertson, Boykin, Knezevic), the departure of Amoke, the incoming class, and the players...

Remembering The Seniors: Theo Robertson


Remembering The Seniors: Theo Robertson, a closer look at this 3 point sharp shooter

A Look Ahead To Cal Basketball in 2010-11: It's Not Gonna Be Pretty


We look ahead at the 2010-2011 California Golden Bears depth chart. How will Cal adjust to the loss of the five seniors, the dismissal of Omondi Amoke, and the departure of D.J. Seeley?

Does Jerome Randle Have An NBA Future? A CGB Scouting Report


Does Cal's Jerome Randle have the ability to succeed at the NBA level? Can the Golden Bear point guard overcome his size issues with his crafty, speedy, controlled style of play?

Golden Nuggets: Looking Ahead to 2010-11


Led by four starting seniors, the Cal basketball team will undergo a substantial transformation between now and the start of next season.

Bears Bounced from Tourney By Bigger, Deeper Duke


A disappointing ending, perhaps, but the Bears have little to regret about their final game or their season as a whole. We look back at how it ended, and how Cal might look next season.