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Although he did not play in the NBA playoffs, Jeremy Lin now has a role with USA Olympic Basketball, as a member of the USA Men’s Select Team. TheSselect Team plays and trains against the US National Team that will … Continue reading
With rising incomes, media-savvy youth, and a huge population, India seems to the NBA to be it’s next big thing. One problem – Indians don’t seem to like basketball that much. “Genetically, we’re not inclined that way,” says an Indian … Continue reading
After working out with a number of teams, including his hometown Golden State Warriors, Harvard point guard Jeremy Lin was not taken in the NBA draft. No Ivy League player was taken, and Cornell standout Jeff Foote signed with the … Continue reading
I’m relatively obsessed with height. I’ve always dreamed of not just being an awesome basketball player, but also looking like I belong comfortably in the paint*. I even tried to play in 8th and 9th grade. I had the same coach both … Continue reading
Having coached both of my sons in basketball, I can understand how frustrating it can be to have your team lose. But Mark Ho and Jannie Han took things a bit too far when the 21 year old Han, coach … Continue reading
Harvard-Westlake of North Hollywood’s Nicole Hung was selected as California State Athlete of the week by ESPN’s Calhisports.com. Not only is she a great basketball player, scoring 24 points and pulling down 12 rebounds in a recent 70-67 victory, but … Continue reading
You might wonder how UC Berkeley 7-3 center Max Zhang could have room to grow, but he’s growing in many ways: Growing in size. How could a 7-3 man grow in size? Not in terms of height, but in bulk. … Continue reading
On the face of it, Jeremy Lin seems to be getting more respect and exposure. Time Magazine has an article on him called “Harvard’s Hoop Star is Asian. Why is that a problem?” The article talks about the double novelty … Continue reading
My sons finished their very long basketball seasons last month, and I was surprised how some of my own views on sports, basketball, and Asian-Americans changed after what seemed to be an endless season. Here are six lessons that I … Continue reading
“That team could use some black kids!” This was the comment of Number Two Son, pointing to the mostly white team that his mostly black team beat in an NJB game. That incident came to mind when I saw this … Continue reading