Jeremy Lin and Yao Ming

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Jeremy Lin and Yao Ming

By | Feb. 2013
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According to Jeremy Lin and Yao Ming, also they are same an American professional basketball player for the Houston Rockets. But, they are two different generation and life. Yao Ming was pressured to enter the NBA Draft in 1999, and then Yao with the first pick of the draft, he became the first international player ever to be selected first overall without having previously played U.S. college basketball. And Jeremy Lin, he has no athletes received scholarships provided by the talent out of high school and Harvard University, Lin reached his hometown Golden State Warriors team in 2010 was partially guaranteed contract transactions. He rarely played in his rookie season, and was assigned to the NBA Development League three times. Also when Lin came to NY, He also led the New York's term winning streak in the field, at the same time, he was promoted to the starting lineup, he has had a worldwide following is known as Linsanity. In the summer of 2012, he was forest and the Houston Rockets signed a three-year contract.

First of all, Jeremy Lin, his Chinese name is Shu-How Lin. Hewas born August 23, 1988 in Los Angeles, and raised in a Christian family in the San Francisco Bay Area city of Palo Alto. His parents, Lin Jieming and Shirley · Lin from Taiwan immigrants to United States in the mid 1970 of the 20th century, and Lin has an older brother, Josh, and a younger brother, Joseph. According to the internet” He father Lin Jieming taught his son at the local YMCA basketball. In his senior year in 2005–2006, Lin captained Palo Alto High School to a record and upset nationally ranked Mater Dei, for the California Interscholastic Federation Division II state title. He was named first-team All-State and Northern California Division II Player of the Year.” In this information, I will know about Lin begin to play basketball because his father taught his to going to play basketball.After receiving no athletic scholarship offers out of high school and being undrafted out...