The Beijing Ducks stormed into the Chinese Basketball Association play-offs semi-finals with a crushing 107-75 win over the Fujian Sturgeons in Qingdao. Jeremy Lin top scored with 26, ably assisted by Ekpe Udoh on 21 and Fang Shou on 19 points. Three more Ducks players hit double figures. There was no sign of rustiness for the Ducks in their first game since seeing their 11-game winning streak emphatically ended by the regular season champion Guangdong Southern Tigers in the final game of the regular season last Sunday. Instead, they started like the team who had gone on that run, racing into an early 11-4 lead in a game that was pockmarked by fouls in the opening stages. Lin hit a three for his first score of the game in his first CBA play-offs appearance since signing for the Ducks ahead of this coronavirus-disrupted season. Beijing Ducks great win with 107-85 in playoffs R2 and make semi-finals. @JLin7 26p+5a+3s, FG 10-18, 3P 1-4, FT 5-6, playing 32 min. pic.twitter.com/AbPOBynz4I — Popo Chung (@PopoChung7) August 2, 2020 The Sturgeons, who finished 12th in the final play-off spot and earned the Ducks meeting by beating the Zhejiang Guangsha Lions midweek, briefly rallied before the Ducks established their dominance. Ekpe Udoh rebounding at both ends of the court to help Duan Jiangpeng to a three and a 12-point lead before Jeremy Lin drained two from the charity line to end the first quarter 28-13. @JLin7 first 3pm in #CBAplayoffs Lin announced to increase his 3pm ball charity donations️from 3k to 21k during the playoffs https://t.co/GIl7Xr2Pz5 pic.twitter.com/XLj7PSaakt — Kwawa️#7 #NeverDone #StayHome #StoptheSpread (@kwawa_hsuk302) August 2, 2020 The gulf widened in the second quarter and the Beijing lead was stretched to 34 points, the game 62-28 at the half and at least one foot in the best of three semi-finals. By that stage, Lin already had 16 points and Udo had 17. It was business as usual in the third quarter as the game threatened to be a blowout, with the scores 88-55 at the buzzer. It was over long before the clock counted down and the Ducks march on to the semis where they will meet the CBA champions. Jeremy Lin on Kobe’s bye to Lakers’ ‘bums’ and playing for Jordan In the earlier game, the reigning CBA champion Guangdong Southern Tigers beat the Qingdao Eagles by 110-88, although the easy win came at a cost. Regular season MVP Yi Jianlian limped off with a leg injury and doubts remain over the CBA all-time leading scorer’s fitness for their meeting against the Ducks, which begins on Tuesday. The Guangdong side beat Beijing in both regular season games.