|01 Feb 20||Beijing Ducks  ||-|| Liaoning Flying|
|05 Feb 20||Beijing Ducks  ||-|| Jilin Northeast|
|07 Feb 20||Beijing Ducks  ||-|| Beijing Royal|
|09 Feb 20||Bayi Rockets  ||-|| Beijing Ducks|
|12 Feb 20||Guangdong Southern  ||-|| Beijing Ducks|
|21 Jan 20||Beijing Royal|| ||108 - 92|| ||Beijing Ducks|
|19 Jan 20||Beijing Ducks|| ||86 - 79|| ||Jiangsu Dragons|
|17 Jan 20||Beijing Ducks|| ||91 - 87|| ||Shenzhen Leopards|
|15 Jan 20||Qingdao Eagles|| ||115 - 92|| ||Beijing Ducks|
|07 Jan 20||Shanghai Sharks|| ||77 - 84|| ||Beijing Ducks|
The Beijing Shougang Ducks (simplified Chinese: 北京鸭篮球俱乐部, pinyin: běijīng yā lánqiú jùlèbù, meaning "Beijing Ducks Basketball Club") or Beijing Shougang or Beijing Ducks (北京首钢, běijīng shougang) are a professional basketball team based in Beijing, China, which plays in the North Division of the Chinese Basketball Association. The Shougang Corporation is the club's corporate sponsor while its mascot is a duck.
The team was formerly known as the Beijing Jinyu Ducks or Beijing Jinyu (北京金隅, běijīng jīnyü). The name change was due to a change in corporate sponsorship. This organization should not be confused with the Beijing Olympians, a different club, which was founded in 1955.
For at least part of the 2003–04 CBA season, the Ducks were known as Beijing Wanfeng Aote (北京万丰奥特, běijīng wànfēng àotè). Their naming rights were then assumed by the Beijing Jinyu Group Co., Ltd. (北京金隅集团有限责任公司), a prominent construction materials conglomerate in China.