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J.J. Watt is by no means a small man. In fact he is a very large fella and clocks in at a solid 6′ 5″, 295 lbs. However, perceptual contrast is everything especially when you take a photograph of him standing next to 7′ 6″ Yao Ming. This is a great photo but it doesn’t compare to Yao’s time in Africa or him playing golf. Great lunch with @yaoming today. Have a feeling he could knock down a pass or two… twitter.com/JJWatt/status/… — JJ Watt (@JJWatt) February 12, 2013 Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
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Houston Rockets point guard Jeremy Lin guest stars in the latest "This is SportsCenter" commercial for ESPN, where he uses his Harvard background to help Jay Crawford with his writing.
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This video was made as a tribute to Mr. James Bucklin, whose valentine will always be Yao Ming. Many people don't understand what Yao is or what he could have been had injuries stayed far away. We miss the big fella and only hope he is doing well. This is a bitter sweet video.
PS. no one made this video for James, that was a joke.
Houston Rockets guard Jeremy Lin went to school at Harvard (in case you never heard or have completely eliminated anything to do with Linsanity from your brain), and ESPN had that fact in mind with their latest 'This is SportsCenter' commercial.
Check it out:
As I frequently say, you can complain about a lot of things with ESPN (I know I do), but the 'This...
ESPN has released their latest promo video for This Is SportsCenter staring Houston Rockets guard Jeremy Lin. If you didn’t know this interesting fact, you must have been sleeping under a rock during last year Linsanity season; Jeremy Lin is a Harvard grad.
So it seems fitting that in this commercial, Lin would be teaching Jay Crawford how to use big words like “terminal velocity...
It's been a while since he have heard from Rockets' Jeremy Lin aka "Linsanity" and what a way to catch up with the electric guard. During last night's Houston-Sacramento game in Sacramento, Lin pulled off an outstanding double-highlight worthy plays in a matter of seconds.
During the second quarter of the game, Lin got the block on Aaron Brooks and snagged...
Jeremy Lin had a block on one end of the court and then went coast to coast for a dunk on Francisco Garcia of the Sacramento Kings on Sunday night. Those two impressive plays were not enough though for the Houston Rockets as the Kings won 117-111.Lin finished with 12 points but fouled out.
For those of you who have yet to witness Francisco Garcia get posterized by Jeremy Lin in the 2/10 Rockets-Kings matchup, take 29 seconds out of your day to view the following. After tallying a huge block, Lin dribbles coast-to-coast (note at :05 seconds; Lin's merciless handles in crossing Demarcus Cousins) and slams it home in Garcia's dome.With this impressive block...
Under normal circumstances, Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt towers over most human beings at a 6'6 but it looks like J.J. finally met his match when he met former Rockets center Yao Ming for lunch on Tuesday.Check out the below photo that J.J. posted to his Twitter page:
Texans DE JJ Watt is a 6-foot-5, 295-pound beast of a man, but put him next to retired NBA star Yao Ming and his impressive 7-foot-6, 310-pound frame, and Watt goes from imposing hulk to, well, a normal sized human being. According to Watt’s Twitter account the two had lunch together, but the 2012 NFL Defensive Player of the Year failed to mention whether the pair broke out in...
J.J. Watt had lunch with Yao Ming and the two posed for a photo that Watt shared on Twitter. People were shocked by the disparity in size because apparently some think all sports people are equally gigantic. Someone looks small compared to a guy who’s listed at 7’6″? WEIRD!
– The Jags quarterback coach said that Blaine Gabbert would be the highest graded quarterback in this...