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<  Yao on the court, and his most recent game  ~  Game 67 Rockets vs. Clippers

PostPosted: Tue Mar 21, 2006 2:27 am
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Remember, "ignore" is the best way to deal with trolls.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 21, 2006 2:30 am
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biada wrote:
wtf is wrong with yao ming? is he eating nothing but rice pourage and soy sauce again?

this guys falls on his azz soo many times, its hurts my just watching him.

and how many times did yao shoot the ball off the glass when he could of dunked it? wtf is up with that. does he even know how much boost a dunk would be for the team if yao slams the ball? it would really be a team booster if yao dunked the ball. i can probably count about 5 occasions during this game where he should have dunked it but decided to softly lay it in like a little biotch.

yao even got blocked buy whats his face? some guy who plays FOWARD..... yao did a turn around and tried to lay it in and was blocked..... cmon man, dunk the ball. geeze.



WTF, you troll again? Yao eats lots of steak every day, with soy sauce as seasoning. That's is why he scored 25pts and grabbed 17rbds. Just get real, Yao is eating wholesome foods everyday.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 21, 2006 2:31 am
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Back to the topic, I am happy for Head's improvement and Yao's 17 rbs.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 21, 2006 2:40 am
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superjohn wrote:
biada wrote:
wtf is wrong with yao ming? is he eating nothing but rice pourage and soy sauce again?

this guys falls on his azz soo many times, its hurts my just watching him.

and how many times did yao shoot the ball off the glass when he could of dunked it? wtf is up with that. does he even know how much boost a dunk would be for the team if yao slams the ball? it would really be a team booster if yao dunked the ball. i can probably count about 5 occasions during this game where he should have dunked it but decided to softly lay it in like a little biotch.

yao even got blocked buy whats his face? some guy who plays FOWARD..... yao did a turn around and tried to lay it in and was blocked..... cmon man, dunk the ball. geeze.



WTF, you troll again? Yao eats lots of steak every day, with soy sauce as seasoning. That's is why he scored 25pts and grabbed 17rbds. Just get real, Yao is eating wholesome foods everyday.


just ignore him. don't give him any chance


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 21, 2006 2:52 am
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[i]Houston, however, still has center Yao Ming, who again presented a formidable challenge for the Clippers.

The 7-foot-5, 310-pound All-Star has been playing at the highest level of his four-year career, and Yao had another big performance against the Clippers, scoring 25 points and grabbing 17 rebounds.

Chris Kaman struggled against Yao and was in foul trouble early in the first half, so Coach Mike Dunleavy went with a smaller lineup after halftime. With the Clippers leading by a point, 46-45, Vladimir Radmanovic started in place of Kaman and the 6-8 Brand guarded Yao. Brand fared well, using his strength to slow Yao's progress into the paint, and the Clippers were sharp on quick double-teams.

"We tried to be aggressive on Yao in the second half," said Radmanovic, who contributed seven points and 11 rebounds. "We didn't want to let him get into his groove and pick us apart, so we ran at him on the pass. Whenever he caught the ball, we tried to double-team him."

Although Yao produced (he was perfect on 11 free-throw attempts), the Rockets were often out of rhythm, taking long shots with the 24-second clock in single digits. Houston made only 42.9% of its field-goal attempts compared with 47.9% for the Clippers, who also had a season-high 21 fastbreak points.

"We did a much better job on our double-teams and our rotations, we were very active, Radmanovic in particular," said Dunleavy, whose team ended a road losing streak to Houston at six games. "The defense he helped give us when Kaman got into foul trouble


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 21, 2006 3:18 am
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biada wrote:
wtf is wrong with yao ming? is he eating nothing but rice pourage and soy sauce again?

this guys falls on his azz soo many times, its hurts my just watching him..


CUT THAT OUT.......Cna-man. Your "rice is no good" theory SUX !!!! :twisted: :x :evil:


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 21, 2006 3:23 am
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What the hell is wrong this fxxking guy Brunson, his so goddam trigger happy and yet a lousy shooter. He was on the floor for a meager 6 min and 53 sec, and he took 4 shots (missed them all!) , he took 1 shoot for every 1.6325 minute, which is much higher then even the highest percentage shooters of the Rox -- Yao (7 out of 16) on 2.341minutes/attemp and Howard (8 out of 12) on 2.694minutes/attemp.

And guess who was the one (highly) recomended this idiot (another one of those "has been") --- IT'S FXXKING JVG AGAIN!!!


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 21, 2006 3:38 am
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HarmLess wrote:
Soneone tell Steve Kerr that his boy dominated Yao with an OUTSTANDING 9pts/6rebs/0asts/5fouls performance.

2ND BEST CENTER MY A$$...


SORRY @$$HOLE KERR ....... If you said Kaman is the second best, you're very very far off !!! It's about time you should either eat crows for your sh!T d@ss on Yao Ming, or kiss the @$$ of the @$$ like Charles Barkley did !!

Chris Kaman COMPLETELY OWNED !!!! PERIOD !!! :P :P :P


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http://sports.yahoo.com/nba/news?slug=s ... &type=lgns

Quick, who is the second-best center in the NBA? Obviously Shaquille O'Neal is the best, and the name most people put after Shaq is Yao Ming. In fact, Yao has been on fire of late, averaging 32 points and 11 boards over his last five games.

But if you said Chris Kaman, you wouldn't be far off.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 21, 2006 5:03 pm
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what happened to dunking the ball? the fans have nothing to cheer about. if yao dunks the ball evertime he's in the paint, the fan would get their money's worth and the team mates would get a boost from the dunks...

what is he afraid of? its cool to shot and do some lay up but when u are that close to the rim, just dunk it...


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