Holding on?

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Smart Gilas national basketball team will vie for the lone Olympic slot on September this year with Rajko Toroman at the helm. Now I doubt if it’s worth holding on to him.
Right after the debacle at the Asian Games in Guangzhou last November, SBP Executive director Noli Eala tweeted that he wouldn’t comment [...]

Chinese ‘skyscrapers’ Part I

There are already a number of Chinese basketball players that invaded the elite professional ranks in other countries or have made name for themselves internationally. So far, among the Chinese who made it to the NBA, only Sun Yue is listed below seven feet. From Wang Zhizhi to Bateer Menk, Yao Ming and Yi Jianlian, [...]

Leaning on Jeremy Lin

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I admit that I didn’t care much about how Jeremy Lin has been buzzing the United States college hoops. It was not until I went through the forums and I found out that this young fellow of Taiwanese descent deserves all the accolades he enjoys. This kid can play real basketball.

NBA Tidbits: Greg Oden, Yi Jianlian and Allen Iverson

Portland Trail Balazers’ Center Greg Oden injured his left knee and was taken on a stretcher from the court in their game against Houston Rockets. The 7’0 2007 Draft 1st pick overall dropped to the floor after collision with Rockets’ Aaron Brooks in the first quarter of the game. Oden will likely miss the entire [...]

NBA Tidbits: Yi, Udoka, Miller and Lieberman

China’s Yi Jianlian of the New Jersey Nets hopes to be back in the team’s lineup within the month after the MRI revealed that the damage on his knee was not too bad after all. He was injured in their game against Charlotte Bobcats Monday night, November 2.

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