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PostPosted: Thu May 26, 2005 5:26 pm
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Do you guys think that by the time Shaq retires Yao will carry the torch as being one of the most dominant in the league? Can he even be a great center that America will acknowledge?

If yes, will it improve the way America views Asians? As he appears in more and more on TV and in ADs, will he help break some of the stereotypes?


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 28, 2005 3:44 am
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samchung wrote:
Do you guys think that by the time Shaq retires Yao will carry the torch as being one of the most dominant in the league? Can he even be a great center that America will acknowledge?

If yes, will it improve the way America views Asians? As he appears in more and more on TV and in ADs, will he help break some of the stereotypes?


no
cos Yao is not considered the next best center (4th C atm) let alone the next dominant in the nba.

Dude, his already too much on tv and in ads already. There is already lots of negative reaction to it, since his considered by most as not living up to expectations.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 03, 2005 10:40 am
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i agree with you

this is america, every man has to ear his respect. america might be prejudice but when you a winner a hard worker you can earn there love just like that. look at muhhumad ali, is onw of the most respected and beloved person ever in american. why? cause he's a winner a wariior, and charismatic.

for yao sake he has to improceon hi game, there been seroious backlask now on him,, as yao fans we gonan stick with him as basketball or americans, you got to ear their respect and right now yao has made nothign in term of winning.


the biggest mistake for yao wa to be over expose... watta **** a mivie a book and you haven;t even won a playoff series? getting the most vote every all star.. yet he not even deservign to be an all star let alone start one.


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 05, 2005 7:15 pm
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Were you drowsy/sleepy when your wrote your post above, Viet_bange? Im not arguing about the context of your post, but rather just noticing that your grammar looks... akward.


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 12, 2005 5:03 am
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viet_bang please finish high school so we can understand you and are intelligent enough to make comment about sports, maybe you should talk about cartoons first .... :lol: :lol: :lol: :o :D


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 12, 2005 6:15 pm
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Viet_bange wrote:
i agree with you

this is america, every man has to ear his respect. america might be prejudice but when you a winner a hard worker you can earn there love just like that. look at muhhumad ali, is onw of the most respected and beloved person ever in american. why? cause he's a winner a wariior, and charismatic.

for yao sake he has to improceon hi game, there been seroious backlask now on him,, as yao fans we gonan stick with him as basketball or americans, you got to ear their respect and right now yao has made nothign in term of winning.


the biggest mistake for yao wa to be over expose... watta **** a mivie a book and you haven;t even won a playoff series? getting the most vote every all star.. yet he not even deservign to be an all star let alone start one.


As difficult it is to understand this post I agree with him.


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 12, 2005 7:34 pm
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PaidInFull wrote:

As difficult it is to understand this post I agree with him.


PaidInFull aka Joey85

Can you please advise us WHY you're in YMM in first place ??


You've exposed to us that you ain't a Rockets fan since you have no idea of Vassillis Spanoulis is drafted by the Rockets.

And from your past posts, you ain't a Yao Ming fan as well.

While
EVERYONE is busily watching and posting and ranting for the Rockets in the game thread of New Jersey Nets, you sneaked in here and agreeing to some bashing and d@ssing of Yao Ming.

So your whole purpose here is for d@ssing and bashing everything about China and Yao Ming ???
:?: :idea: :twisted:


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 12, 2005 8:07 pm
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Wesley for three, he's getting better. :D


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 12, 2005 8:08 pm
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Put Yao in!!!!


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