Re: Yao Ming
- I think he'll be quite good. He compares to Rik Smits because he's
tall and can shoot, but he's an inch taller than Smits, weighs 30
pounds more and doesn't have foot problems. I don't think he's a
Shaq/Hakeem/Ewing type of talent, but I'd bet he'll be as good as
--- In APBR_analysis@y..., Ed Weiland <weiland1029@y...> wrote:
> Any thoughts on how good/bad this guy will turn out to
> My guess is he'll do pretty well. His numbers in the
> CBA suggest he was a dominant force in that league,
> not just a very tall guy. Supposedly one of his
> biggest weaknesses is a lack of strength and that's
> something that can be fixed or at least improved on.
> Ed Weiland
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- --- In APBR_analysis@y..., "airiverson01" <airiverson01@y...> wrote:
> what was his cba ft% and 3ptfg%?i
> also he did play in the olympics. i taped the usa v. china game.
> think he had two blocks a few points maybe and fouled out early inI've got boxes for at least 6 of his Olympic games. They're not the
> the second half. i think he will be maybe an all star someday, but
> probably not mvp or hof.
greatest format. I could post them if other people want to reformat
and repost in more useable format. Against the US, he had 5 pts, 2
blocks, and 5 fouls in 15 minutes. Wang Zhi-Zhi played a lot better
than Ming. The US shot 57% against the Chinese and won by 47. They
got 70 points in the paint. They got 22 points off second shots and
completely dominated the offensive boards. Part of Ming's problem
was that the guards could not get him the ball. On the defensive
side, I'm not sure what you can blame his problems on.