Chen JiangHua - The next Allen Iverson

Chen JiangHua - The next Allen Iverson

Postby Kob3eight on Mon May 22, 2006 1:23 am

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Chen Jianghua
Birthdate: 3/27/89-88
NBA Position: Point Guard
Team: Guangdong Southern Tigers
Ht: 6-1
Wt: 162
Hometown: Guongdong Providence


NBA Comparison: Allen Iverson

Strengths: A tremendously gifted athlete with exceptional creativity and flair for the game... His crossover is Iverson-like, also like Iverson makes the game look very easy ... Pushes the ball up the court tremendously well ... Has a great handle of the basketball ... His quickness is his greatest asset, and gives him incredible potential ... Has very good leaping ability as witnessed by his Slam Dunk title at the adidas Superstar Asia Camp ... Shoots the ball exceptionally well, and has 3 point range ... Passes the ball with very good timing and court vision ... A unique talent from China, previously no guards have even been close to this level of athlete ...If he is truly just 16 years of age, the sky is the limit for him ... He wants to improve and is coachable ...

Weaknesses: Still very weak physically, he will need to improve his diet and workout regimen to enhance his potential in the NBA ... Tends to go for the spectacular sometimes when the easy play will do... Defensively he must learn to play with more intensity ... Added strength will help him a lot ... His passing can catch players off guard if they aren't prepared ... His release is a little unorthodox, but not too bad, just takes a little time to get rid of the ball ... His attitude rubs some the wrong way ... Has a reputation for being lazy .. His real age is in question, some feel he could be as old as 18, and if that's the case his physical development has less potential... Must get better with his ability to create shots for himself but with his quickness it should improve ...

Notes: Gained a considerable amount of fame and recognition being featured in a New York Times article on Hoops in China.

-Aran Smith
http://nbadraft.net/profiles/chenjianghua.asp


Chen Jianghua, another hot prospect as reported by the New York Times to be the first Chinese world-class point guard. As described in the famous article - the People's Game, at age of 14 and 6-1 tall, Chen is extremely quick and played street ball since age of 6. Chen also has great athletism and can dunk 360s easily.
http://nbadraft.net/intreport004.asp


VIDEOS:

Chen JiangHua - 2005 Reebok ABCD Camp

http://video.freevideoblog.com/video/wm/998D4A95-6A54-4121-B729-60B72807ED18.htm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBDCxUg9mgg

Chen Jianghua slam dunk champion
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIcYFoTjM_A

Chen Jianghua highlights CBA vs CUBA
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-3233081467186636772&q=Chen+JiangHua



He looks pretty impressive. Too bad he isn't old enough for the draft.
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Postby MarkMadsen on Mon May 22, 2006 5:41 am

heh, they always rate asian prospects so high. Sun Yue is the next KG!
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Postby lakerfanimal on Mon May 22, 2006 6:26 am

if he has that same body in the nba, he wont last more than half the season.
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Postby Kob3eight on Mon May 22, 2006 10:54 am

Aren't those the same things they were saying about Yao Ming? Look how well he turned out. :man1:

Anyways, this guy is still young and won't be eligible until 2008. Still has a long time to improve his skills and body strength.
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Postby Kob3eight on Mon May 22, 2006 11:26 am

MarkMadsen wrote:heh, they always rate asian prospects so high. Sun Yue is the next KG!
You got it confused. Sun Yue isn't the next KG. They compared Sun Yue to Boris Diaw.

The player people keep mentioning about KG is Yi JianLian. And they never said he is the next KG. They only said his style is similar to KG's.

http://nbadraft.net/profiles/yijianlian.asp
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Postby lakerfanimal on Mon May 22, 2006 12:02 pm

Kob3eight wrote:Aren't those the same things they were saying about Yao Ming? Look how well he turned out. :man1:

Anyways, this guy is still young and won't be eligible until 2008. Still has a long time to improve his skills and body strength.


yea but it took him 3 years to get that strength, n van gundy still hesitates to play him more than 35 minutes a game.
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Postby c.Lin on Mon May 22, 2006 12:14 pm

He needs to put on a lot of muscle to even think about being considered for the NBA.

I doubt he'll be able to guard even the 3rd string PGs of the league.
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Postby Kob3eight on Mon May 22, 2006 12:15 pm

lakerfanimal wrote:
Kob3eight wrote:Aren't those the same things they were saying about Yao Ming? Look how well he turned out. :man1:

Anyways, this guy is still young and won't be eligible until 2008. Still has a long time to improve his skills and body strength.


yea but it took him 3 years to get that strength, n van gundy still hesitates to play him more than 35 minutes a game.

There is always an adjustment period going into the NBA. It goes for any player, and sadly that especially applies for international players. But anyways I think Van Gundy has been hesitant at times because he's been fatigued(playing for NBA and his country in the offseason) and foul prone. Still learning the physical game of NBA basketball. But their future with Yao is still a lot better without him. You have to admit after his toe surgery he has been a beast. Just hope he can keep it up.

Chen Jianghua is a PG and still young. He won't be eligible until 2008. He has time to improve and increase his size and strength. Currently his size is similar to Allen Iverson(6-0 165lbs) Tony Parker(6-2 177lbs) and Steve Blake(6-3 172lbs). I wouldn't overlook this guy in 2008. May not be a top 10 prospect, but he may be somewhere in the first round pickup.
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Postby BuddyList on Mon May 22, 2006 5:19 pm

thats weird.. i thought he was the next tony parker..

http://youtube.com/watch?v=X0Mx6WqNY10& ... iang%20hua
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Postby slimjim on Tue May 23, 2006 1:15 am

why are some of you guys talking like that about this kid already...?

he is what? 16-17?

give him a break...
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Postby LukeWalton on Tue May 23, 2006 8:06 am

Yuta tabuse...
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Postby c.Lin on Tue May 23, 2006 9:04 am

LukeWalton wrote:Yuta tabuse...


You making that comparison because he's a point guard and he's Asian?
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Postby strikemode14 on Tue May 23, 2006 12:16 pm

I doubt this kid can hold AI's jockstrap. If he could be number 1 overall pick in this weak draft pool. I am kinda intrigued in that pick that he is actually dunking meaning he does have some nice hops. He needs to put on some muscle becuase even Sasha could post him up. He's only 16 so he will improve in time but, calling this kid the next AI is really silly.
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Postby NormNix on Tue May 23, 2006 10:29 pm

BuddyList wrote:thats weird.. i thought he was the next tony parker..

http://youtube.com/watch?v=X0Mx6WqNY10& ... iang%20hua


I can't trust this footage. Especially for point guards. 75% of those "dimes" came with no resistance defensively. there was only 1 really nice pass that I would call "in traffic". He can play though.

AI played football. I think people who make these comparisons don't understand how much that plays a part in his ability to play through injury.
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Postby eNlight on Tue May 23, 2006 11:24 pm

lakerfanimal wrote:
Kob3eight wrote:Aren't those the same things they were saying about Yao Ming? Look how well he turned out. :man1:

Anyways, this guy is still young and won't be eligible until 2008. Still has a long time to improve his skills and body strength.


yea but it took him 3 years to get that strength, n van gundy still hesitates to play him more than 35 minutes a game.


3 years? who cares, at least yao can ball and his doulbe doubles now. what good is kwame, or olowakandi, don't say you rather have diop than yao?
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Postby eNlight on Tue May 23, 2006 11:25 pm

LukeWalton wrote:Yuta tabuse...


1. how is this guy compared to yuta tabuse except the fact that their asian?
2. yuta tabuse played ball in america, BYU and was raised in hawaii
3. tabue is only 5'9 and he's a star in japan, he rather pursue that career than an nba one
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