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[Dime] More of China blaming the Rockets for Yao's injury

Discussion in 'Houston Rockets: Game Action & Roster Moves' started by Hayesfan, Aug 6, 2009.

  1. BetterThanEver

    BetterThanEver Contributing Member

    Oct 9, 2007
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    I just notice you mentioned the playoffs. LOL. The playoffs are a pipe dream.

    The rockets got eliminated in the 1st round or fail to make the playoffs completely.

    I wish the Rockets had played in June. We haven't played in June in years. It's a pipe dream.

    May is a dream also. Yao Ming has played 5 games in May in his entire career.

    If you think Yao Ming got injured from too many months of the NBA season, then it can be said the 4-5 months that Yao played, was too harsh.
  2. fogo11606

    fogo11606 Member

    Jun 26, 2008
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    China what will you do about , Yao is signed under a contract with the Rockets. It's his obligation to play 82 games just like any other player. Rockets make Yao the player he is today. Be grateful this is the NBA not the CBA, we make the rules here.

    Yao should know better than anyone the condition of his foot. He needs to speak up if his foot is bothering him. It's part of the game, you need to know how to take care of yourself. You cannot push yourself 110% every game play otherwise you are bound to break down.
  3. A13

    A13 Member

    Mar 6, 2008
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    You are totally right. Yao is a professional player, he should figure out how to maintain good condition with his feet, besides he has Yao's team.
    On the other hand, Yao is an eastasian-cultured by confucianism. He always sacrifice for the team.
    These things make this happend and It's not whose fault.
    Just hope Yao get healthy soon.

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