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This game stayed in my system for the longest
Warriors v. Lakers tonight! Ohh my gawdd!!
Oh man, you don’t know how big this is to me.
In a sport dominated by blacks and whites, and where asians don’t get much respect, an Asian-American being signed by an NBA team? This is breaking the barrier type of stuff right here. This guy led his high school team (Palo Alto High) in points, assists, and steals. He went to Harvard and was the only NCAA division I player who ranked in the top ten for scoring, rebounds, assists, steals, blocked shots, field goal percentage, free throw percentage and 3 point shot percentage and was a consensus All-Ivy league first team selection and yet no one ever drafted him in the 2010 NBA draft. Are you serious? NBA caliber and an Ivy leaguer? Damn. As an asian american, doing that type of work despite being constantly criticized is just an inspiration. Whether he does damage in the NBA or not, this guy is definitely good in my book.
Ladies and gentlemen, the new Warrior’s fan favorite.