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PostPosted: Mon May 11, 2009 10:41 pm
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An interview by Wang Meng of Titan Sports of Big Yao this Sunday.

In it, Big Yao gave a full account of what caused his injury in Game 3, and his feelings about his untimely injury.

He also talked about the metamorphisis going through the Rockets and the hope and bright future he sees in this team.


ENJOY !!! :P :P :P

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http://sports.sina.com.cn/k/2009-05-11/ ... 4340.shtml

Reporter Wang Meng of Titan Sports reports from Houston

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PostPosted: Mon May 11, 2009 10:50 pm
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4 seasons of injuries and disappointments and he sees a bright future for the team? Dellusional :roll: Hello yao, look at ur body of work. The guy is taking the team hostage.


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PostPosted: Mon May 11, 2009 11:41 pm
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He sees a bright future for the team, but I doubt the team sees a bright future in Yao. Can't have injury every season. When the team needs him the most, he isn't there for them. It's all about the playoffs when it comes down.


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PostPosted: Tue May 12, 2009 4:13 am
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Yao Ming: Yes, I must start to lose weight. I need to control my weight starting from now. I need complete rest for this injury to become fully recuperated. So I must pay ultra attention to my diet (to what I eat and drink). My diet has to guarantee the nutrition contents, but at the same time, I cannot indulge to become chubby and fat. Luckily I had had those experiences before, and I am absolutely clear on what I should do.




yeah.. lose some weight.. dont go back to 265.. i think 280-285 would be a good weight for him... he can be lighter and also stronger....then he will become much quicker....

he needs to eat more pork bone soup... drink the soup and also eat the bone..... so to give him more calcium ....


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PostPosted: Tue May 12, 2009 9:53 am
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Thanks for the translation, Pryuen. Greatly appreciated. And please ignore the trolls :D


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PostPosted: Tue May 12, 2009 10:52 am
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bayern wrote:
He sees a bright future for the team, but I doubt the team sees a bright future in Yao. Can't have injury every season. When the team needs him the most, he isn't there for them. It's all about the playoffs when it comes down.


Rockets passed the first round barrier. They are officially playoff team now.

But is the team ready for playoff? Does Alex even care about playoff?
If he does, why he cannot even find a sub center for Yao for the last 8 months?

I saw Game 4. Clearly SMALL version of Rockets play better. Adelman has no idea how to play inside-out, he cannot even get the ball inside. I can feel the frustration of AB too.

Trade Yao, Rockets, for your own good.


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PostPosted: Tue May 12, 2009 11:04 am
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Take it or stupid, when Yao is in good condition, he is superb; when he is tired, he is no better than Hayes.

Set a goal for me to play no more than 70 games a season. Find a center sub for him NOW.


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PostPosted: Tue May 12, 2009 2:46 pm
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MengHuiHanTang wrote:
Take it or stupid, when Yao is in good condition, he is superb; when he is tired, he is no better than Hayes.


WHAT A DUMB & STUPID COMMENT !!! :roll:

Chuck Hayes is a good defensive specialist. But he is an offensive liability.


Fronted and double-teamed by his defenders, Yao Ming scored 12 points in 26 minutes in Game 2 which was 6 times the points scored by Chuck Hayes in 20 minutes of play.

Playing with a bad foot and running in pain, Yao Ming scored 5 points in 2H of Game 3, which was more than double of Chuck Hayes' input in Game 4.


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PostPosted: Tue May 12, 2009 3:16 pm
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pryuen wrote:
MengHuiHanTang wrote:
Take it or stupid, when Yao is in good condition, he is superb; when he is tired, he is no better than Hayes.


WHAT A DUMB & STUPID COMMENT !!! :roll:

Chuck Hayes is a good defensive specialist. But he is an offensive liability.


Fronted and double-teamed by his defenders, Yao Ming scored 12 points in 26 minutes in Game 2 which was 6 times the points scored by Chuck Hayes in 20 minutes of play.

Playing with a bad foot and running in pain, Yao Ming scored 5 points in 2H of Game 3, which was more than double of Chuck Hayes' input in Game 4.


OK, what about now. Yao is done for another time for whatever reason, his contribution is ZERO, while Hayes can still grap a few rebound.

I know you are a big fan of Yao, me too. But you cannot be blind. See what happened the last three seasons, take it or stupid, when Yao is tired, he is a lot more injury prone than anybody else and his performance dropped down too.

So open your eyes and figure out something to keep him in good condition. You cannot just hide your head in the sand and say Yao is NO.1. I know he is No.1, but it's contidional.

What good does a season-ending injury do for Yao, Rockets or us?
Do something to protect him.


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PostPosted: Tue May 12, 2009 3:31 pm
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nig1 wrote:
4 seasons of injuries and disappointments and he sees a bright future for the team? Dellusional :roll: Hello yao, look at ur body of work. The guy is taking the team hostage.


Yes he's taking them hostage because he's demanding to be the centerpiece of the team and wants to hog the ball too much...

:shock:


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