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PostPosted: Wed Aug 15, 2018 1:37 am
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wireonfire wrote:
pryuen wrote:
wireonfire wrote:

Pryuen you never get it, don't you? Yi was #6 pick because he cheated by trimming his age by 3 years! In truth he wasn't even eligible for draft in 2007. Zhou Qi was more of a prodigy than Yi in youth competitions, that is where his moniker the Monster King is from. Yi also ruined the outlook of Chinese prospects like Zhou in eyes of the NBA scouts which Yao built up for him because of his poor showing and age lying.


LOL !!! :lol: :lol: :lol:

YEAH EVERYTHING is due to Yi Jianlian !!! :roll: :roll: :roll:


We all knew that you don't like Yi and often d!$$ about him. But athletism, work ethics and talent wise, Yi was and is still HEAD AND SHOULDER ABOVE Zhou Qi. :roll: :roll: :roll:

I did not say Zhou Qi was NOT A PRODIGY
when he first appeared onto the scene. But personally think Zhou Qi's development and growth as a BETTER PLAYER had been slowed down by staying behind in CBA for another season after Houston Rockets drafted him 2 years ago.


I agree Yi's more athletic than Zhou, but that only makes it a bigger pity that he couldn't fully utilize it because of his low BB IQ. But talent wise? No, I certainly don't agree. Yi has limited repertoire when it comes scoring, he is only jump shots or dunks. He has stone hands around the basket. For a very athletic and long big man he only averaged about 1 block per game in the CBA. Zhou Qi on the other hand is more natural with the ball and can create on the fly - Yi is all premeditated and by routine. And Yi historically has been a low efficiency scorer. In his NBA career he shot less than 40%, for a shooter :lol: . Last season in the freaking CBA he only shot less than 50%. That is a joke as he is only ranked No.55 in field goal percentage in the lowly CBA for a supposedly elite big. In comparison Hu Jinqiu is No.1 at 68% and all the import bigs shot much better. Zhou Qi also got high FG% when he was in the CBA. Yao was over 70% in his last year in the CBA.

I don't like Yi for a reason. I was once a strong supporter of him - you can verify that easily by my old posts on this site. But he totally disappointed me by his poor growth as a player and demonstrated selfishness and bad EQ. He lied about his age. He shamelessly accepted the Bachelor's degree publicly from Guangdong Industry University even he never sat in a classroom. He rejected the Bucks for drafting him only later backed down. He donated a freaking 100K RMB in the Sichuan earthquake and bragged about it. Yao donated millions or more without making a fuss. He ruined the CBA's value by throwing the main endorser Li-Ning shoes on the court only later backed down and completed the season wearing the same shoes. He threw Guo Ailun and co under the bus when they had a poor game against the New Zealand national team by saying "the team had no guards". You tell me how to like someone like that???


The only reason i like Yi is because of his ethnicity, everything else i despise, so on point with you there.



Some highlights of Zhou Qi vs Tunisia
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGDYpGrlaV8


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 15, 2018 4:46 am
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shokenchi wrote:
japan has been importing black genes into their athletes :lol: no more asian pride. :lol:



You have to agree though, if Rui was full-blooded Japanese, he would be way way more popular than he is now.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2018 2:40 am
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Pryuen,you watching the China Philipines game? Zhou Qi already 16pt (1/1, 4/7, 2/2) 6 rebs and 5 blocks in only one and a half quarters, dominating at both ends of the floor. :D


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2018 4:08 pm
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pryuen is now scared of Zhou Qi’s performance.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2018 8:29 pm
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wireonfire wrote:
Pryuen,you watching the China Philipines game? Zhou Qi already 16pt (1/1, 4/7, 2/2) 6 rebs and 5 blocks in only one and a half quarters, dominating at both ends of the floor. :D


Zhou Qi played GREAT in th first half, and created a lead for China. But personally think he ran out of steam, and sort of vanished towards the end of the game when his team needed him MOST.

It was a TEAM VICTORY, and a few players stood out in this game OTHER THAN Zhou Qi
who did great in scoring 25 points/12 rebounds/7 block shots.

  • Wang Zhelin (13 points/6 rebounds) scored 10 points in 3Q when Zhou Qi was heavily guarded. Wang also scored an important basket 1 minute or so from the end, reducing China's deficit to just 1 point, and grabbed an all-important defensive rebound in the dying seconds that let Zhao Rui got fouled, and scored the free throws to sort of win the game for China.

  • Abudushalamu Abudurexiti (12 points/8 rebounds) who substituted for Ding Yanyuhang in late 3Q after Ding got fouled out, scored 8 points in 4Q, when China missed the firepower from Ding Yanyuhang, Zhou Qi or Wang Zhelin, and the other exterior players.

  • The UNSUNG HERO of this game was Liu Zhixuan, who did a GREAT JOB defending Jordan Clarkson from start to finish, and dishing assists to his team mates for cruical points. He only scored 5 points, but had 5 assists, including tthe all-important 3-pointer from Zhao Rui in those dying minutes that won the game for China.
Ding Yanyuhang (just 7 points/5 rebounds) had a very ordinary and disappointing game against the Filipinos. He seemed too eager to show his stuff, but his performance was severely impaired by his knee, apparently not yet 100% recovered. But nevertheless he played hard on defense, got into foul trouble early, and got foueld out for a nonsense call for flopping in late 3Q as Philippines staged a 10 ~ 0 run comeback (Jordan Clarkson scored 16 points in that quarter alone).

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Without Zhao Jiwei, the China Red Team lacked a floor general with good court vision and high basketball IQ that could dictate the rhythm and orchestrate offense and defense on the court.


But NEVERTHELESS it was a GREAT WIN over Philippines, and with the win, China probably could top this group (i.e. if they win their next game against Kazakhstan), and will therefore throw Philippines into the tiger den of having to play South Korea (in the quarter final), and Iran (in the semi final), i.e. if this one-man-only Philippines can get past South Korea.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 21, 2018 11:52 pm
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A closer look at the call that gave Ding Yanyuhang a T, a flop that caused him to be fouled out in late 3Q.

That Filipino fatty might not have elbowed Ding on his rebound, but must have bumped him down with his belly !!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 23, 2018 7:43 pm
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China thrashed Kazakhstan 83 ~ 66 to finish top in their preliminary group to advance into the Final 8 elimination stage.


The scoreline was a little bit flattering cos China had a scare and was just leading by 1 point by half time.

The Twin Towers of Zhou Qi and Wang Zhelin both SUX in this game as both were with 4 fouls already by first half and had to live dangerously and play hesitantly to avoid picking the 5th foul to be fouled out.

Luckily with some great guard plays from Liu Zhixuan and the sudden revitalization/eruption from Ding Yanyuhang in 3rd quarter, China finished 3Q to take a 20 point lead into 4Q, and crusied to an easy victory in 4Q.


Liu Zhixuan was the top scorer and MVP of this game, contributing 18 points (7/9 FG% 4/5 3-pointer%)/5 rebounds/6 assists. Ding Yanyuhang was instrumental in tearing the Kazaks apart in 3Q, by scoring 9 of his 14 points in that quarter alone; he finished with 14 points (5/10 FG% 0/3 3-pointer% 4/7 FT%)/2 rebounds/3 assists/2 steals.

Zhou Qi just scored 9 points with onlly 3 shot attempts, 3 rebounds and 3 block shot in just less than 17 minutes of action due to his foul trouble.


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 23, 2018 7:55 pm
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Both Wang Zhelin and Zhou Qi were playing SO BAD that Yao Ming who had been watching the game by the bench had to come over to give pointers to both players during time out.

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When asked by reporters how he felt about the growth and development of Zhou Qi, Yao Ming said he was pleased that Zhou Qi had grown and developed as a better player after his one-season tenure in NBA , but he personally felt that
Zhou Qi need to further improve not only on his physicality side but also the mentality side.

He felt that currently Zhou Qi lacks a kind of tenacity/aggressiveness and killer mentality. He has to dare to take responsibility and become more brave.


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 23, 2018 8:14 pm
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GIF of the 50% healthy Ding Yanyuhang in action during the game vs Kazakhstan.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 26, 2018 1:48 am
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pryuen wrote:
SMH !!!! :roll: :roll: :roll:

The Filipinos then announced Jordan Clarkson will be their national flag bearer during the opening ceremony of the Asian Games !!! :shock: :shock: :shock:

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The other Filipino athletes that had been representing their countries for years must be
P!$$ED that a naturalized player/mercenary who probably can't sing the Filipino national anthem and has not play EVEN ONE SINGLE GAME for Philippines now has this honor !!!



Clarkson is there to replace Blatche. Blatche suspended after biggest brawl in basketball history vs Asutralia. If Blatche didn't get suspended Clarkson wouldn't be eligible to play for phillipines or carry the filipino flag during opening ceremony because only 1 naturalized player is allowed per team. I guess now they have Clarkson, then Blatche will no longer be eligible.


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