Discussion in 'Houston Rockets: Game Action & Roster Moves' started by Clutch, Mar 20, 2012.
does he dine together with murray?
Thanks! This is great. I miss the big fella so much...
Man, Yao is awesome. I miss him. What could have been...
just brings back memories..
does he still have a house in Houston?
This is for all those who have been disrespecting this great man since his retirement. He's the most humble and greatest person the Rockets ever had!
i pity the people seated behind him. he's quite noticeable on the broadcast, sitting there midcourt. big dude is big.
Wow, even Yao Ming has lost interest in watching the Rockets. These are sad times. But he really misses playing for the Rockets. It was clearly evident in his response when he was asked how much he misses being part of team.
they have good cuisine down in Shanghai...... not surprised
Great vid. Thanks for sharing!
All I wanna know.....is he coming back?
"Seeing you guys, I feel happy. Except you Mark."
[He's] Good enough for walking. Not good enough to play basketball.
(On he and Tracy, if there was no doubt they'd make the Finals if healthy): "We had a chance before and like I said, there is no if."
"I don't need to follow NBA rules anymore."
Yao is a funny guy ; )
Miss Yao, great to hear him again.
I can't even finish watching this... too painful.
great work Clutch!
He is only 31, he might get the itch to give it one more go !!!!
Come on Yao, scratch that itch !
Who is the chubby guy in the video? I think he ate Yao Ming.
Loved how he dodged the question referring to how he felt about the new generation of Rockets centers trying to replace him. It seems like it's been so long since I've had the feeling that we had a mismatch in our favor down low. Remember how automatic it was when he caught the ball deep and went for the hook shot? Now, it seems like every basketball is a chore.
Yao is fat!
That being said, it's time to move on people. Even if he chose to try and come back he would never dominate like he once used to. We all miss the big fella but he is happy where he is at.
Great job, Clutch! I miss Yao's sense of humor.