Yao Ming counterattacked Wu Xiaoli: The performance of the men's basketball team is related to the overall image

author:Happy Xiao Li ignored it

Yao Ming was really popular this time, and in the face of Wu Xiaoli's sharp questions, he not only did not flinch, but defended the big family of the Chinese men's basketball team with a posture of growing up. You say, how can this basketball circle be so simple, isn't it that our men's basketball team has played a little south in the last few games? But what does that mean? Is it possible to deny the whole basketball program? Chairman Yao quit, he said, this matter can't be seen like this!

Yao Ming counterattacked Wu Xiaoli: The performance of the men's basketball team is related to the overall image

In this interview, which was called a "debate game" by netizens, Yao Ming compared the Chinese men's basketball team to a student in the class, making it clear that there is not only one student in the class, and the performance of the men's basketball team is important, but it cannot represent the whole of Chinese basketball. Think about it, how apt that metaphor is! How can you only look at the results of one student in the quality of a class?

Yao Ming counterattacked Wu Xiaoli: The performance of the men's basketball team is related to the overall image

As soon as Yao Ming's words came out, it was not covered, he was telling everyone, don't just stare at the men's basketball team, our basketball projects are more glamorous. For example, isn't the women's basketball team quite eye-catching? There is also youth training, 3x3 basketball, these are all important members of the basketball family. What Chairman Yao meant was that everyone's field of vision should be wider, and not just a few dead leaves on a tree.

Yao Ming counterattacked Wu Xiaoli: The performance of the men's basketball team is related to the overall image

But you know, the reactions of netizens are really varied. Some people think that Yao Ming is making excuses for the men's basketball team, saying this and that, in fact, he wants to cover up the shortcomings of the men's basketball team. But there are also many people who stand up for Yao Ming, believing that he is objectively analyzing the problem and raising the importance of diversity in basketball.

This interview is not just a conversation between Yao Ming and Wu Xiaoli, it actually reflects the public's attention and expectations for the performance of Chinese basketball, especially the men's basketball team on the international stage. After all, whenever an international competition comes, all eyes will be on the men's basketball team, expecting them to make a difference and bring cheers and pride to the Chinese people.

But in fact, basketball is a game that is not as simple as winning or losing. Yao Ming mentioned that the Chinese Basketball Association has realized the problem and is actively taking measures. For example, strengthening youth training, improving training conditions, and improving the professional level of coaches are all aimed at fundamentally improving the competitive level of the Chinese men's basketball team.

Besides, the refereeing standard in basketball is also a long-standing problem. The uneven level of referees on the international stage undoubtedly increases the uncertainty of the game for the Chinese men's basketball team. Yao Ming did not shy away from this issue in the interview, and he called for the international basketball community to unify the referee standards, so as to better ensure the fairness of the game.

Therefore, Yao Ming's speech this time is not only to defend the men's basketball team, but also to speak for the future of the entire Chinese basketball. He hopes that everyone can look at the problem objectively and not affect the evaluation of the whole project because of temporary gains and losses. Basketball, as a team sport, emphasizes overall coordination and cooperation. If Chinese basketball wants to go further in the international arena, it still needs the understanding and support of all sectors of society, and it needs more patience and meticulous work.

And for us ordinary viewers, there should also be more tolerance. After all, what's smooth sailing? Even the NBA's superstars sometimes hit a plateau? What we need is more encouragement and support when they are at a low point, instead of blindly blaming and questioning.

As for this "debate" between Yao Ming and Wu Xiaoli, perhaps we can see the germ of a more mature and rational atmosphere of public discussion. In this era of information explosion, every topic can be amplified and distorted, but as long as we remain calm and rational, we can better understand the essence of the problem.

To sum up, Yao Ming's counterattack this time is not only a response to a momentary dispute, but also a public exposition of the direction of Chinese basketball development. In his words, we can feel the deep love and determination of a former national team member and current president of the Basketball Association for the sport of basketball and not giving up. Basketball, for him, is not only a profession, but also a life, a kind of bearing of the country's sportsmanship.

For us, this interview may be forgotten as the news cycle ends, but the discussions about effort, perseverance, and responsibility should always be remembered. Because it's not just about basketball, it's about how we face every challenge in life.


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