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Yao Ming’s been in Africa lately, as part of his work on an anti-poaching documentary. As part of that trip, he spent some time with the animals – namely, rhinos and elephants – he’s trying to save. And the result may well be you liking Yao even more than you already do.
“Yao, you like Mini Oreo too?”
“Of course, one at a time.”
And so begins the most fantastic athlete commercial we’ve seen in some time. Too many good moments here: Yao tricking a confused child, that very child turning the tables and tricking Yao, the phrase “Wa!” Can you choose a favorite? Of course. One at a time. [With Leather]
NBA drama-queens Dwight Howard and Carmelo Anthony are in the news again. They’re starring in a major Chinese motion picture, titled Amazing, slated for release this summer, in China. And fortunately for us, a trailer has surfaced. Take a look:
There’s only one way to paint a portrait of former NBA big man Yao Ming, and that’s by using a basketball as a paintbrush. Naturally.
Yao Ming’s career may have come to an abrupt end last month, but that didn’t stop the organization he spent his entire NBA career in from delivering a proper sendoff to their former franchise player.
Yao Ming, who officially announced his retirement from basketball on Wednesday, gets one of those surreal Taiwanese news animations made about him. Zài jiàn, Yao. We hope you and your shark have a happy post-basketball life together.
Yao Ming had a nice career in the NBA, but didn’t post Hall of Fame numbers. Still, he was a dominant global force that brought the game to millions of new fans. His complicated resume will present an interesting case study in Hall of Fame voting.
Bryant guest stars in Taiwanese pop star, Jay Chou’s new music video, Tian Di Yi Dou.
Just six years ago, Steve Francis was the starting point guard in the NBA All-Star game. But recently, he became one of the few items the U.S. exported to China, when he signed with the Beijing Shougang Ducks of the Chinese Basketball Association in November. Now, after less than two weeks, it looks the Ducks are going to ship him back.