Anybody heard Jeremy Lin? He is the first Chinese American player, and he's a is a 21 year old 6 foot 3 inch 200lb PG/SG, now he's in the Golden State Warriors, and I saw his play against John Wall in the summer league, really awesome, and I believe he could be a great player in the near future.
See Jeremy Lin vs. John Wall -
See his detail news of signing with Golden States Warriors - http://www.channelapa.com/2010/07/jeremy-lin-signs-with-golden-state-warriors.html
Yes, he's good. He has upside.
He'll catch on quick with his high basketball IQ. He could be the future of China basketball if Yao decides to retire.
He's solid for a combo guard, and didn't play at a big time program.
He's very competitive. He took it too John Wall, but I liked how John stayed composed, and didn't try to give the fans a show. He just led his team with his leadership and playmaking abilities.
Don't think he could join China national team since he's not real Chinese. Now China has to wait for Yi JIanlian getting improved. Since Yao Ming said he was not the backbone of China any longer, should develop the young.
Whatever, waiting for him to bring us more surprises.
Dang, uh, I feel dumb...lol.
I know he's not 'real' Chinese.
But, I think he could pass for it...That's why I said it. And, no, it's not suppose to be funny or racist...
And, I'd love to see what he can do with Curry, and Lee. I think he'll be great in the open floor, especially on fast breaks with multiple teammates. His IQ is going to get him somewhere, and he looks like he has potential too, so I'd see him under Nellie for a few seasons before he decides to get a better offer from a different team.
Or, if he develops just enough, maybe the Warriors would be smart enough to give up Monta Ellis, for two solid players...