Kecheng poster is dismantled. Losangeless now Zhan Huang declaration poster salutes MJ

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 Kecheng poster is dismantled. Losangeless now Zhan Huang declaration poster salutes MJ


Emperor Jans big poster at Kecheng can be said to be a symbol of his status. It was a spiritual beacon when he was at the Knights, but he made two transfers and the poster was demolished twice.

But thats okay. Now, near Staples Center in Los Angeles, there are new posters of Emperor Zhan, not as eye-catching as the one in Cleveland, but also his new manifesto. The poster was also black and white. Emperor Zhan bared his tattoo of the son of heaven on his back. The slogan read: Basketball players do not change the world until they do so.

The poster echoes Capernicks advertisement, which has sparked controversy and criticism from President Trump himself. It is Zhans political attitude. His previous manifesto poster in Cleveland was We are all witnesses, and in Los Angeles it was time for the world to witness Jans influence. The US media also believe that this is a tribute to Jordan by Zhan Huang. Jordan is a real world-changing basketball player, and LeBron is on the road, in terms of social influence, he has indeed been unanimously recognized by American society. From his poster, he can also see one or two of his historical position and legendary ambition. He is not content to be the first player in the League (Sports Illustrated has ranked him first for six consecutive years), and what he wants to do is to be a cultural symbol like Jordan, like Ali, like Capernick. Source: NetEase sports writer: Kewell editor: Zhao Junxuan _NBJS7037

The poster echoes Capernicks advertisement, which has sparked controversy and criticism from President Trump himself. It is Zhans political attitude.

His previous manifesto poster in Cleveland was We are all witnesses, and in Los Angeles it was time for the world to witness Jans influence. The US media also believe that this is a tribute to Jordan by Zhan Huang. Jordan is a real world-changing basketball player, and LeBron is on the road, in terms of social influence, he has indeed been unanimously recognized by American society.

From his poster, he can also see one or two of his historical position and legendary ambition. He is not content to be the first player in the League (Sports Illustrated has ranked him first for six consecutive years), and what he wants to do is to be a cultural symbol like Jordan, like Ali, like Capernick.