You don’t have to play ball to be a great shot blocker like NBA superstar Yao Ming to save endangered wildlife.
There is no other way to say it other than at times these past few weeks I had the feeling Rockets general manager Daryl Morey had lost his touch. His days in the front office seemed numbered.
This was supposed to be the day the Rockets organization and the fans had looked forward to since Tracy McGrady broke down and Yao Ming returned.
The future Hall of Famer doesn’t allow himself to reflect on what could have been or how the Rockets fell short his and Tracy McGrady’s reign.
Calvin Murphy, the Basketball Hall of Famer, discusses the Rockets trades and thoughts on Yao Ming’s Hall of Fame status.
The 6-foot-11 center has been a presence in the middle, a rebounder, shot blocker, defender and occasional scorer during the eight years of his career in Philadelphia and then last season in Sacramento.
Retired NBA star Yao Ming has added another line to his post-basketball resume — politician — becoming a member of an advisory body to Shanghai’s legislature.
Rockets’ fans sent wrote in letters of support in lieu of Yao Ming’s retirement from the NBA. J&R read some of the best entries on the air!
Yao Ming, who just retired last month, could be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame as soon as next year.
Yao Ming officially announced his retirement on Wednesday, from his native China. I wondered why he wouldn’t have chosen to do that here in Houston, but I guess He felt like that he owed China […]