Li Qiuping: You can never grow up without learning from advanced European countries.

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 Li Qiuping: You can never grow up without learning from advanced European countries.


It was a hard night for Chinese fans. It was the darkest moment in the history of Chinese basketball.

In fact, just six hours before Chinese basketball was torn off its last shroud, a group of basketball players from all over the world gathered at Shanghai Sports College to discuss What can the basketball World Cup bring to Shanghai at the Shanghai City Basketball Summit Forum.

And what they discussed was also the answer to another question: Where did Chinese basketball lose?

Raising standards requires sacrificing more time.

The nightmare of Chinese basketball has lasted for 11 days, from signing to no chance for the Olympics.

Our team has only 24 people, including cameramen, players, coaches and staff, but we need to unite as a team because we are fighting against a country of 1.4 billion people. Before the Polish coach Michael Taylor played against China, he inspired his players with such generosity and enthusiasm:

After this game, I promise that every Chinese will know what Polish basketball is like.

In retrospect, there is a question that Chinese fans have questioned countless times in Taylors sentences: 1.4 billion Chinese people, cant they train 12 professional players who can avoid mistakes at critical moments?

In my opinion, some young players treat games like games. But its not a joke. Its wrong to do that. As the head coach of the Serbian National Youth Team, Mario Stevnovic told the surging journalists that only by truly understanding basketball can we laugh at the end of the cruel competitive sports.

Of course, every player who carries the honor of national team will not be neglected on the top stage like the World Cup, but Steve Novich emphasizes that before embarking on this crucial game, from professional league to daily training, even warm-up matches, must be serious.

It takes more time to improve. Serbian players spend a lot of time on the pitch every day, not less than two hours.

In fact, through a cup match, Chinese basketball really witnessed the profession of so-called professional basketball players, not only in terms of technology, but also in terms of their psychological quality and understanding of the game.

In our country, coaches and players say that no matter you are tall and thin, you must understand basketball and the game. Steve Norwich said.

They have their own video statistics at the age of three.

This defeat is a bit awkward - we are in the early stage of Yao Mings basketball reform. Is that a problem with our plan?

The answer is no, because it is Yao Mings reform that has enabled us to open the dust-laden Little Basketball Plan for nearly 60 years, which has activated teenager basketball; Yao Ming, which has promoted the hand-in-hand between college basketball and professional basketball; or Yao Ming, which has lengthened the schedule of professional league matches and encouraged more Chinese players to go out...

However, qualitative change to quantitative change ultimately requires a process, especially in the pre-professional basketball training period.

American children have very detailed technical statistics in their 3-year-old competitions and have their own collections and videos.

This is the greatest touch of Wang Wei, director of Hupu Basketball Division, when he visited American basketball five years ago. He wanted to visit NBA matches, but was deeply shocked by the local U3, U5 and U6 matches.

In the United States, data can be found in 3-year-old competitions. Its incredible that our top leagues cant even do the simple thing of scoring the League table.

If Yao Ming hadnt started the Little Basketball Program two years ago, many of the children under 14 in China might not have realized that they could have dribbled under their backs, in a sudden stop, in disguise and in retreat at that age.

But Fang Dachuan, chairman of Fujian Basketball Association, once told Peng Mei journalists that the biggest problems faced by small basketball in China are: uneven coaches, mixed training institutions, parentsdesire to win and lose, which overwhelms the pure love of small players for basketball...

In a game in Serbia, there are three referees and a recorder. The record of three referees will be transmitted to the Basketball Association as soon as the game is finished.

And our national youth competition is mainly dealing with, and its over. Some children cant even play in the gym this year. We grabbed it from the doll, but we couldnt. We can never grow up without learning from advanced European countries.

Losing now may not be a bad thing.

Every defeat is a price to pay for growth before we can really compete against the strong teams in Europe and America.

No chance for the Olympics is a god-given opportunity for Chinese basketball. This is what Su Qun, a senior basketball commentator, wrote on the social network. In his opinion, Yao Mings reform is like a shovel, which has begun to shovel the earth.

And the most painful failure at home is to wake up everyone who once shouted sign up, the Chinese basketball in Asia, has fallen far behind the world level.

Yao Ming has long been aware of breaking through the barrier of juvenile basketball training, but this is also a difficult process.

On the one hand, the understanding of sports, we regard professional sports as isolated from education, or as an integral part of education, which depends on the understanding of society. Secondly, how can we slowly do the integration of sports and education and eventually develop to a day when we no longer mention the word. I have been in this field for 13 years, and I think these years are an era when China attaches the greatest importance to sports. Rock Park CEO Dai Fuqi is still full of hope for Chinese basketball, because Yao Mings reform has activated the whole basketball industry. Since the end of 2014, the government has issued nearly 100 documents, including the policy of building gymnasiums. These policies have brought great help to private enterprises. I am very glad that we are in such an era. Losing the direct ticket to the Tokyo Olympics is the end of another era of Chinese basketball, but is it not the beginning of the next era? Source of this article: Peng Mei News Author: Ma Zuoyu; Hu Jie Responsible Editor: Wang Hongyu _NB12517 Netease published this article for the purpose of transmitting information, which does not mean Netease agrees with its views or confirms its description. Ep-statement {clear: both; float: left; line-height: 2; font: 12px/22pxSimsun; color:; margin-top: 10px;

On the one hand, the understanding of sports, we regard professional sports as isolated from education, or as an integral part of education, which depends on the understanding of society. Secondly, how can we slowly do the integration of sports and education and eventually develop to a day when we no longer mention the word.

I have been in this field for 13 years, and I think these years are an era when China attaches the greatest importance to sports. Rock Park CEO Dai Fuqi is still full of hope for Chinese basketball, because Yao Mings reform has activated the whole basketball industry.

Since the end of 2014, the government has issued nearly 100 documents, including the policy of building gymnasiums. These policies have brought great help to private enterprises. I am very glad that we are in such an era.

Losing the direct ticket to the Tokyo Olympics is the end of another era of Chinese basketball, but is it not the beginning of the next era?