Yao Ming, the tallest player (7ft. 6 inches) in the NBA (National Basketball Association) who plays for Houston Rockets is currently suffering in a stress fracture in ankle, been sidelined since November this year. Another devastating setback for Houston Rockets center, and this injury is triggering his NBA career.
He’s one of China’s best-known athletes, with sponsors with several major companies and he has been the richest celebrity in China for six straight years.
Yao Ming was the top overall draft pick in 2002 and during 2005-2006 campaign saw the first of a litany of injuries, making him broke a bone in his left foot for the first time with four games left during the 2005-2006 NBA season. And during the 2006-2007 season, he broke his right leg and missed 32 games of the season and it goes with the stress fracture in his left foot in February 2008 that cost him to missed the whole post season.
Yao Ming’s fans are really praying for his recovery, another triggering point for the big man’s career but it’ll be alright sooner or later.
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