As you all know, Yao Ming is in the process right now of deciding what he’s going to do with his basketball future after learning about the stress fracture in his ankle last week. Since he’s out for the season, and there’s a chance that Yao may retire, I’ve been doing my own thinking and have decided that I won’t be posting many updates after Rocket games this season.
I know most of you have come to this site to get updates on Yao, not really on the Rockets. If you did come to get Rocket news, it was under the auspices that it would be good to know what’s going on with the team before Yao returns to the team. Now that Yao’s future is in doubt, I’ll be holding off on frequent Rocket updates, but will continue to post here updates about Yao’s health and general news about him. If you were planning on coming back to the site to read my updates about the Rockets even with Yao hurt, please send me an email at johnb [at] yaomingmania [dot] com so I can get a good understanding of what readers of this site expected.
In the meantime, I will continue to watch all of the Rocket games because I’m a big fan of the team, and if Yao decides to return to basketball and the Rockets, I will crank up my Rocket updates (assuming he signs a new contract with them if he does return to the NBA). Occasionally I may weigh in on major Rocket news and issues, but I’m going to take this time to focus on another NBA-oriented venture I am launching.
I suggest if you want to stay abreast of all the Yao news that’s sure to come, I invite you to keep coming back to the site, or you can become a “fan” of my YaoMania Facebook page where you can see on your Facebook wall when I update this site with new information about Yao.
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Hopefully this won’t be the end of Yao’s career in basketball. Make sure to come back to this site, or become a fan of the YaoMania Facebook page for more news and updates on all things Yao.