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リンク: Justice: Blazers' 'D' on Yao more like mixed martial arts | Richard Justice: Columnist | Chron.com - Houston Chronicle.

Yao Ming gets pounded on from the moment he steps on the court. Shoving and grabbing, slapping and scratching, kicking and holding.

“Every time he moves, it’s a wrestling match,” Rockets coach Rick Adelman said. “I just don’t think it should be allowed.”



It’s that the amount of physical contact allowed has become ridiculous. When did basketball become mixed martial arts?


“It’s
amazing,” Carl Landry said. “He’s got a big scar on the right side of
his face and scratches all over his arm. He goes out there and battles
everyday.”


Hey, Yao, how did you get that scar?


“My wife did it,” he said.


Did you complain to the refs Saturday night during an 86-83 victory?


“I complained on the court.”


And?


“One guy said, 'Your English is not good enough.’



One
thing it’s impossible for the rest of us to know is what it’s like to
be pounded on by two players weighing close to 600 pounds for an entire
night.


So
while it’s one thing to hope Yao will get his hands in better position
and for teammates to be aware when he’s open, it’s another to try and
understand the physical pounding he takes night in and night out.


“I
feel small,” he said. “I’m 7-3, and when they keep two 7-footers on the
court, that’s huge size right there. I still have to find a way to get
to the basket and score.”



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