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<  Yi Jianlian and other Asian NBA players  ~  Hightlight Video of Wang Zhelin in his Rookie Season

PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 5:17 pm
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A video full of clippages of Wang Zhelin in his rookie season, his first taste of competitive senior basketball in CBA. The video close to 10 minutes long is specially edited to capture most of his layups, his hook shots, his low post footwork, his dunks, his assists, his jumpers, his coast-to-coast dunk with an athletic Yi Jianlian failing to catching up with him.....and MORE !!!

NOT TO BE MISSED !!!

http://www.tudou.com/v/mO-CMXTLaKU/&res ... true/v.swf

If ANYONE after watching this video still thinks Wang Zhelin is playing like a young Mengke Bateer,
i.e. very slow, unathletic with zero vertical, played with 2 feet nailed to the floor, only knows how to over-power his weaker opponents with his height and weight, then he must be EITHER BLIND or a BIASED NUTHEAD !!! :roll:


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 6:43 pm
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pryuen wrote:


A video full of clippages of Wang Zhelin in his rookie season, his first taste of competitive senior basketball in CBA. The video close to 10 minutes long is specially edited to capture most of his layups, his hook shots, his low post footwork, his dunks, his assists, his jumpers, his coast-to-coast dunk with an athletic Yi Jianlian failing to catching up with him.....and MORE !!!

http://www.tudou.com/v/mO-CMXTLaKU/&res ... true/v.swf
the moniker Bateer 2.0 fits him like a glove, in a manner that "plateaued sun" captures the essence of sun yue


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 6:50 pm
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In a play, Yi Jianlian turned over the ball to Wang who took off, while Yi Jianlian could not catch up with Wang.


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 6:56 pm
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superjohn wrote:
In a play, Yi Jianlian turned over the ball to Wang who took off, while Yi Jianlian could not catch up with Wang.
if ur trying say that wang is faster or more athletic than Yi, that play doesn't show it.

Wang had a head start straight ahead; yi was going one direction then, after losing the ball, had to braced himself to reverse 180 degrees.
    yi did make up some ground on wang, but not enough to catch him


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 8:04 pm
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Dr. No wrote:
pryuen wrote:


A video full of clippages of Wang Zhelin in his rookie season, his first taste of competitive senior basketball in CBA. The video close to 10 minutes long is specially edited to capture most of his layups, his hook shots, his low post footwork, his dunks, his assists, his jumpers, his coast-to-coast dunk with an athletic Yi Jianlian failing to catching up with him.....and MORE !!!

http://www.tudou.com/v/mO-CMXTLaKU/&res ... true/v.swf
the moniker Bateer 2.0 fits him like a glove, in a manner that "plateaued sun" captures the essence of sun yue


Are you actually giving yourself props for your own nicknames?
And no, Bateer could only wish he could drive to the basket like that. Have you even noticed most of these plays are happening with him facing the basket and driving to the net?


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 8:05 pm
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Dr. No wrote:

the moniker Bateer 2.0 fits him like a glove, in a manner that "plateaued sun" captures the essence of sun yue


Don't think a young Mengke Bateer displayed the SAME court sense and awareness, speed, the dazzling low post footwork, and the patience in the low post to fake pump his taller and muscular opponents to put the ball into the hoop !!!

It just showed that either you had not watched the video, or you're just a
NUTHEAD who is TOO PROUD to admit you're WRONG, when EVERYONE ELSE knows that you're DEAD WRONG !!! :roll: :roll: :roll:


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 8:20 pm
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Few things I notice from the video:
- He finishes pretty well with his left hand.
- He's got some nice countermoves for his post moves
- He's got good hands for the ball, hopefully suggesting he wont have the butterfinger effect that cursed Yi.
He knows how to stop and spin on his drives. Some of those moves look like they're straight from WZZ's book. On the other hand, there's something about his hook shot that doesnt look really polished though. And they only showed a few jumpers which probably suggest he's gotta develop that. I dont know how good his passing is. There were a few plays, but his passes look a little shabby. Hard to tell from this.


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 8:48 pm
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Momak wrote:
Few things I notice from the video:
- He finishes pretty well with his left hand.
- He's got some nice countermoves for his post moves
- He's got good hands for the ball, hopefully suggesting he wont have the butterfinger effect that cursed Yi.
He knows how to stop and spin on his drives. Some of those moves look like they're straight from WZZ's book. On the other hand, there's something about his hook shot that doesnt look really polished though. And they only showed a few jumpers which probably suggest he's gotta develop that. I dont know how good his passing is. There were a few plays, but his passes look a little shabby. Hard to tell from this.


Well, Wang Zhelin said he had learnt alot of stuff from Wang Zhizhi when he was in the closed door training with the senior national team during the summer. I won't be too surprised if he had picked up some of those footwork from Da Zhi.

And after Wang Zhelin lofted the MVP award of the CBA Rising Stars Challenge during the just-completed CBA All Stars Weekend, the reporters asked the head coach of Southern Rising Stars Wang Zhizhi whether he will teach/transfer to Wang Zhelin his dream footwork, and further polish Wang Zhelin's low post skills during this summer (when both Wangs will be once again together as team mates in the closed door training of the national team), Wang Zhizhi smiled and said: "Well, there is no need to rush; we will do it one at a time; after all, he is just a kid, with great potentials and room for improvement. The sky is his limit."


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 8:54 pm
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pryuen wrote:
Momak wrote:
Few things I notice from the video:
- He finishes pretty well with his left hand.
- He's got some nice countermoves for his post moves
- He's got good hands for the ball, hopefully suggesting he wont have the butterfinger effect that cursed Yi.
He knows how to stop and spin on his drives. Some of those moves look like they're straight from WZZ's book. On the other hand, there's something about his hook shot that doesnt look really polished though. And they only showed a few jumpers which probably suggest he's gotta develop that. I dont know how good his passing is. There were a few plays, but his passes look a little shabby. Hard to tell from this.


Well, Wang Zhelin said he had learnt alot of stuff from Wang Zhizhi when he was in the closed door training with the senior national team during the summer. I won't be too surprised if he had picked up some of those footwork from Da Zhi.

And after Wang Zhelin lofted the MVP award of the CBA Rising Stars Challenge during the just-completed CBA All Stars Weekend, the reporters asked the head coach of Southern Rising Stars Wang Zhizhi whether he will teach/transfer to Wang Zhelin his dream footwork, and further polish Wang Zhelin's low post skills during this summer (when both Wangs will be once again together as team mates in the closed door training of the national team), Wang Zhizhi smiled and said: "Well, there is no need to rush; we will do it one at a time; after all, he is just a kid, with great potentials and room for improvement. The sky is his limit."


It would be nice if Wang is able to pick up some skills and foot work from Yao Ming, who is the best center in the world, and who has captured 30 yrs of Chinese basketball wisdom.


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 8:57 pm
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Momak wrote:
Dr. No wrote:
pryuen wrote:


A video full of clippages of Wang Zhelin in his rookie season, his first taste of competitive senior basketball in CBA. The video close to 10 minutes long is specially edited to capture most of his layups, his hook shots, his low post footwork, his dunks, his assists, his jumpers, his coast-to-coast dunk with an athletic Yi Jianlian failing to catching up with him.....and MORE !!!

http://www.tudou.com/v/mO-CMXTLaKU/&res ... true/v.swf


the moniker Bateer 2.0 fits him like a glove, in a manner that "plateaued sun" captures the essence of sun yue


Are you actually giving yourself props for your own nicknames?

And no, Bateer could only wish he could drive to the basket like that. Have you even noticed most of these plays are happening with him facing the basket and driving to the net?


OF COURSE NOT cos I don't think he even watched the video. :roll: :roll: :roll:

ANYONE who had watched the video and still insisted Wang Zhelin played like a young Mengke Bateer is a
NUTHEAD !!!


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