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:
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.