Nothing more embodies the American ideal of free market capitalism than a person auctioning off his or her services to the highest bitter. This Fourth of July weekend, Quincy Douby is realizing his American dream - in a far-flung regional outpost on the western edge of China. Chinese basketball blog NIUBBall passes along word of reports that Quincy Douby is returning to the Xinjiang Guanghui Flying Tigers on a one-year, $2 million deal - a new record sum for the nascent Chinese Basketball Association. His agent will get a cut, and China has hefty tax rates, but that still is a rather impressive sum given the circumstances. No NBA players will be earning a dime during the lockout. For the time being Douby gets to collect a nice paycheck, and he can always try his hand at the league next season. Quincy Douby averaged over 30 points a game last season, setting records for most points scored in a CBA All-Star game and a CBA Finals game.