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Guan Weijia: One on one with Jeremy Lin

February 9, 2012

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This article was oringally posted on Sheridan Hoops

Jeremy Lin put on another show Wednesday night, logging his third consecutive 20-plus point game as the New York Knicks defeated the Washington Wizards 107-93.

In Beijing, a certain SheridanHoops.com columnist was back at work following an extended break for Chinese New Year, wondering whether his e-mail pal could pull off another one of the types of performances that had fans at Madison Square Garden chanting “M-V-P” two nights ago.

Lin certainly did, with 23 points, 10 assists and four rebounds.

Lin had a Q and A with this rejuvenated Beijing-based reporter, which is posted below.

SH: When you heard all rapturous chants of “Je-re-my” and “M-V-P”, what were you feeling?

Lin: It was an unbelievable experience and I’m just thankful to God for the opportunity to play at Madison Square Garden and thankful to the fans for their support.

SH: You have such a great performances the last two games. How do you comment on that, and how did your coach and teammates comment on that?

Lin: The team was really happy in general because we really needed the win, and it was a total team effort. We played really hard, especially defensively and we’re glad to get the wins.

SH: A lot of reporters said that your performance was kind of like American Dream comes true. Do you agree with that?

Lin: Yeah, I think it is fair to say that.

SH: Before the game against New Jersey Nets, you had rarely been in the regular rotation. When do you know you would be an important role in that game? How’s your feeling? Nervous or excited?

Lin: I was unsure if I was going to play and how much I would play, but I’m just glad I was able to get comfortable out on the court.

SH: CBS reporter Ken Berger said “Finally the Knicks found the right PG to do the right things”, so what are the right things in your mind?

Lin: The right thing is to attack the defense and take whatever they give us.

SH: During the practices, you play a lot of pick and roll with big guys. Which one do you think you have a good communication with? Amare or Tyson?

Lin:”Both. I’m slowly developing a chemistry with both of them.

SH: What do you think of the Knicks offensive system? Do you think you are a right piece of that?

Lin: The Knicks offense is suitable for me because there’s a lot of pick and rolls and a lot of space.

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Guan Weijia: J.R. Smith nearly fights with fans in China after his sister tosses bottle on court

January 14, 2012

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This article was originally posted on Sheridan Hoops

BEIJING — J.R.Smith nearly got involved in a fight with some fans at a road game in China after his sister, a spectator, tossed a bottle onto the court to protest a hard foul.

With 4 minutes left in the 3rd quarter, Smith was blocked by Bayi’s center Xu Zhonghao, and fell against an advertisement board. No foul was called.Sitting in the crowd of fans, Smith’s sister and girlfriend were irritated because it appeared dangerous. To show her anger, Smith’s sister threw a bottle into the court.

One female fan who sat in front of them turned back and criticized Smith’s sister for the behavior. A fight broke out between the two women. When Smith saw it, he immediately rushed to the audience area. A Chinese version of the Palace brawl was averted when Smith was stopped by his teammate.

After the game, the woman who fought with Smith’s sister stepped on Smith’s team bus and asked to apologize. But Smith and his sister were not there. She started to instigate other fans. More than one hundred fans encircled the bus for about 40 minutes until local police came. Deadspin has photos.

In the conflict with the fans, Smith’s girlfriend’s hand was injured, and there were rumors she cried in the locker room. Many people worried that Smith would leave China before the end of this CBA season, using this incident as an excuse. Even before this took place, it was rumored that Smith and Wilson Chandler would not be back to the CBA after the break for Chinese New Year.

According to Zhao Bing, the GM of Zhejiang, Smith will not leave China before the end of season. “He will go to Hong Kong after the game with Bayi for the extension of his visa. Then, he will absolutely be back.”

Smith’s sister said via Twitter: “This CBA season is ending, Smith will of course finish it.”

Multiple sources said Chandler plans to return to the U.S. during the Chinese New Year, and may not come back.

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Guan Weijia: Chandler says Marbury is still NBA material

December 31, 2011

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This article was originally posted on Sheridan Hoops.

BEIJING  - That is the video from the Beijing Ducks’ third consecutive loss after their 13-0 start to the season, a game in which Wilson Chandler scored 44 points and grabbed 18 rebounds.

At one point in the game, Stephon Marbury told his coach he would defend Chandler.

Marbury, 34, is 10 years older, 6 inches shorter, and 15 pounds lighter. “Nobody asked me, but I have to do that. Because at the time my teammates were all out of gas. As the leader of the team, I have to stand out, to do whatever the team needed.”

His defense was good enough that Chandler uttered something that few in America would believe: “Stephon is still in great shape, I don’t think he has lost a step.

“If he wanted, he still can play in the NBA.”

Chandler’s coach, Jim Cleamons, agrees.

“Of course he still has the ability,” Cleamons said. “He lost speed, but he plays smart. He knows how to play. I just wonder if he wants to go back, because he is very happy playing in China.”

It’s true. Marbury is enjoying his time in China.

Chinese fans love him. Although the Ducks lost to Zhejiang Guangsha 118-112, Beijing is still the head horse of the league.

Marbury, who averages 23.3 ppg and 5.6 assists, is recognized the leading MVP candidate after half of the regular season.

“I love China, love people here, I had a hard life in my final years in NBA, but I got a new life in China. I feel reborn here. I think I’m blessed,” Marbury said.

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Here is my midseason All-CBA team (foreign players only)

PG: Stephon Marbury, Beijing Ducks. 23.3 ppg, 5.6 assists, 2.3 steals. Team record: 13-3 (1st place)

SG: J.R. Smith, Zhejiang Guangsha Lions. 35.0 ppg, 5.9 rebs, 3.8 assists, 2.9 steals. Team record: 9-6 (4th place)

SF: Wilson Chander, Zhejiang Guangsha. 28.8 ppg, 12.5 rebs, 2.4 assists. Team record: 12-4 (3rd place)

PF: Charles Gaines, Shanxi Zhongyu Brave Dragons. 28 ppg, 12.7 rebs, 1.2 assists. Team record: 7-8 (10th place)

C: P.J. Ramos, Zhejiang Guangsha Lions. 24.5 ppg, 14.5 rebs, 1.2 blocks. Team record: 12/4 Standing: 3rd

For those unfamiliar with Gaines, he played at Southern Mississippi and caused a furor during the 2010 CBA finals for this one-punch knockout:

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Guan Weijia: Marbury (10-0 with Beijing Ducks) a hero to many — especially a sick young girl

December 17, 2011

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Let’s face it: There’s just not a whole lot of good, accurate and insightful English language resources for people who have an interest for Chinese basketball. Which is precisely why we like reading Guan Weijia’s weekly columns on SheridanHoops.com — they’re good, they’re insightful, they’re accurate and of course, they’re all in English.

So you can imagine why we’re so excited by this latest development over here at NiuBBall.com. Starting right now, Sheridan Hoops and NiuBBall are coming together to make the world of Chinese hoops more accessible to Western audiences. Every Friday, we’ll take Guan’s original column from Sheridan Hoops and post it up on NiuBBall, while Sheridan Hoops will post up something from NiuBBall over on their site. Like we say at NiuBBall, we aim to please.

We’re looking forward to working with Sheridan Hoops’ founder, former Associated Press and ESPN writer, Chris Sheridan, and Guan throughout this season and beyond. Hopefully, you’re looking forward to reading it all.

BEIJING — Who is the best foreign player in the CBA? Before the season started, we talked about this topic. At least for now, we’ve got the answer: Stephon Marbury, whether on or off the court.

His stats are not as dazzling as those of J.R. Smith and Wilson Chandler, but the Beijing Ducks, Marbury’s team, are still unbeaten after their first 10 games.

Opening 10-0 is a record for this club.

Without any doubt, Marbury is the best player and the leader of this team. Chen Lei, the captain of Ducks, said: “I have never played with such a great player as Marbury. He is a great player and a great teammate. He always likes to create shots for us, but when we can’t score, he’ll stand out. Every game, every time.”

The Ducks’ coach, Min Lulei, said he was at a loss for words on Marbury. “I can’t convey my feelings in words. I just want to say, coaching Marbury brings me luckiness and happiness.”

But what I want you to know today is not how brave he is on court, but what a warm story Marbury has been off the basketball court.

Yuanyuan, an 11-year old fan of Marbury, is not able to watch her hero play because she has had hemophagocytic syndrome. After a medullary transplant operation, the adorable girl is still suffering from the rejection.

She still has a tube in her arms, but there is no expression of pain on her face. She is waiting for Marbury, her favorite basketball star.

She has been waiting for so long for this day. Since her request to see her idol, her father had done everything he could. He asked Marbury on Weibo (Chinese Twitter), but there was no response that day, for Marbury was on a road trip with the Ducks. The next day, more people saw the calling from the father and forwarded it. Then a few journalists directly told Marbury, who was preparing for the game against J.R. Smith’s team at that time. He asked his friends to give Yuanyuan a phone call, let her know that he would visit her as soon as he returned to Beijing.

After a three-game road trip, it had been five days. During those five days, Yuanyuan got a haircut — her first one in recent years, and got dressed up in her best clothes.

Marbury went to the hospital after the morning training ended. He held the child in his arms tightly when he saw the girl, for a long time. He explained the long-lasting hug: “I told myself not to cry before coming here. But I can’t help it when I see her skinny body. So I just hold her in my arms, because I don’t want her to see my tears.”

Yuanyuan is more chirpy and strong than Marbury thought. Touching his muscle, she said:” Wow, it’s much harder than my dad’s.” Marbury replied:” I have hard muscle because I play basketball. But your dad has a strong heart. He loves you more than any people in the world.”

He could not be in her company for the whole day, since he had to get back to his team. He promised another get-together before he left, and he remembered her birthday: “November 13th, I will always remember it. As long as I continue living in China, and there is no game and training that day, I will be with you on your next birthday.”

The girl was so happy and asked him to hook fingers to confirm the promise.

Marbury felt a kind of power which is so strong from the girl who is so weak. The girl, who is not able to eat because of the pain it causes, welcomed him with warm and shinning smile. He said he hopes she can get back to school, to a normal life which an 11-year-old girl should have as soon as possible.

Later that day, Yuanyuan ate the most amount of food she had consumed in a long time.

This story was originally posted on SheridanHoops.com.

Guan Weijia is a columnist for Titan Sports, The Beijing News and qq.com. His columns for SheridanHoops.com will appear on NiuBBall.com every Friday.

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