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Jeremy Lin Means the World to the Brooklyn Nets

Posted on 24 Aug, 2016, by in NBA

The Brooklyn Nets are making Jeremy Lin the face of the franchise, and it’s before he’s even played a single game for his new team. The combination of being everything head coach Kenny Atkinson and general manager Bobby Marks are about from a basketball philosophy standpoint, and his huge marketing potential, makes him incredibly valuable to a franchise that’s fighting for recognition in a city and league that usually forgets about them. More

In China, it is Better to Hit to Kill Than to Hit and Injure

Posted on 7 Sep, 2015, by in Miscellaneous

In China, if you run over someone with your car, you’re more likely to make sure you finished the job and killed that person than try to make sure the injured person gets medical treatment. More

NBA Rumors – Tracy McGrady Still Undecided Between NBA & China

Posted on 12 Aug, 2013, by in NBA

On one side of the scales for Tracy McGrady is playing time, more money and continuing to be a star in the Chinese basketball association. On the other, is remaining as a fringe veteran and somewhat of a novelty at the end of the bench if he decided to remain in the NBA, and someone is willing to sign him. More

NBA Rumors – Tracy McGrady Can’t Find a Team Anymore

Posted on 29 Jul, 2013, by in NBA

Out of nowhere, Tracy McGrady came back into our lives late last season as free agency pickup by the San Antonio Spurs, barely using him in the playoffs. McGrady got to win a playoff series for the first time in his career, reaching the NBA finals, mostly as a spectator, and without doing enough to find himself a team to carry on his NBA career. More