J.R. Smith: “The lockout robbed it all”

J.R. Smith accuses the Lockout to make him sign a contract in China. Zhejiang Chouzhou’s guard is free agent, he had to find a contract.

Guan Weijia reports for SheridanHoops.com:

Two years ago, when J.R. Smith and the Denver Nuggets came to Beijing to participate in the NBA China Games, he did not know he would spend part of his career in this ancient and mysterious country.

But now, in October 2011, he has come to China and become a member of the Zhejiang Chouzhou team. “The lockout upsets me, basketball is my job, my love and my life. The lockout robbed it all. But because of the lockout, I can come to China to get through what many of my friends cannot get through. ”

Smith’s initial experience in China was not that good. The first problem was the time difference. On his first day in China, Smith woke up at 2 a.m. and found himself in such a strange environment, he didn’t know what to do.

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