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Zhou Zhihao, who broke 37 10 in the NCAA finals, is not favored by the NBA, how far is Yang Hansen's road!

author:Keen breeze 6ye

The NCAA finals between Purdue University and the University of Connecticut were really eye-opening, wasn't it? Purdue's Zhou Zhihao really didn't work in vain, slashing 37 points and 10 rebounds, and this data is blind everywhere! But let me tell you, despite his hot performance, Zhou Zhihao's future in the NBA is still underestimated by a number of critics. People say that he moves slowly and is not good at defense, which is really easy to be exploited in a high-speed confrontation court like the NBA.

Zhou Zhihao, who broke 37 10 in the NCAA finals, is not favored by the NBA, how far is Yang Hansen's road!

So, let's talk about another focal point, Yang Hansen. This little brother has been on the front line in the CBA at a young age, averaging 15 points per game, 10.8 rebounds, plus assists and blocks. But in the end, the competition in the CBA is not worse than that of the NCAA. Zhou Zhihao has played well in the NCAA's fierce environment, and the NBA still looks at him unpleasantly, so what about Yang Hansen?

Zhou Zhihao, who broke 37 10 in the NCAA finals, is not favored by the NBA, how far is Yang Hansen's road!

To be honest, Zhou Zhihao's performance can scare people, and he was simply the savior of Purdue University in that final. Although they lost to the University of Connecticut by 15 points in the end, it had nothing to do with Zhou's efforts. Imagine what a big man would look like on the court, grabbing rebounds, scoring, and making those 'bang' blocks under the basket.

Zhou Zhihao, who broke 37 10 in the NCAA finals, is not favored by the NBA, how far is Yang Hansen's road!

However, Yang's situation is a bit more delicate. His data is considered to be the top in China, but compared with Zhou Zhihao, it seems to be a little worse. Zhou Zhihao has been able to suppress his opponents in almost every game in the NCAA, but Yang Hansen's performance has been good, but he has not yet reached the point where he can completely dominate the game. This is a big challenge for him to get to the NBA.

I have to say, although we all want to see the next Yao Ming or Yi Jianlian, but put too much pressure on these young people, is it really good? Yang Hansen also gave him a little time in the early days of his basketball career, so that he could sharpen more in the CBA and not rush it. Also, in the summer, he can consider going overseas for special training, after all, technical and physical hard power is the key to opening any door.

In short, nothing on the basketball court can be achieved overnight, it takes time and experience to accumulate. Yang Hansen has a bright future, but he still needs to take one step at a time to really improve himself. And Zhou Zhihao, although he may face some challenges, his performance in the NCAA has proven his ability and potential. Maybe NBA scouts should take a closer look at this young man, after all, the kind of hard work on the court can't be fully demonstrated by any data.

Let's continue to watch them grow, and maybe one day, we can see them heroic in the NBA. At that time, looking back at today's discussion, it may seem that these concerns were unnecessary. Basketball always needs faith, and Zhou Zhihao and Yang Hansen are both worth fighting for!