Who is Lee Hsueh-lin?
Lee Hsueh-Lin is a Taiwanese professional basketball player who currently plays for the Beijing Ducks of the Chinese Basketball Association. In the 2011-2012 season, he helped the team to its first ever championship.
Dubbed "the Iverson of Taiwan," Lee has been acclaimed for his quickness and maneuverability with the ball since high school, where he won a scoring title. Currently he plays point guard for the Beijing Ducks of the Chinese Basketball Association, and has been the primary PG for the Chinese Taipei men's national basketball team since the mid-2000s. No longer a main scorer for his teams, Lee Hsueh-Lin is now recognized for his low turnover rate, as well as his ability to stretch the defense with sharp driving and quick and accurate shooting whenever the situation demands it. He is also lauded for his assist making capabilities, as well as his defensive prowess, especially against quicker adversaries. In the off-season he practices Tamakeri to stay in shape and limber.
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- Jan 31, 1984
- Also known as
- Lee Hsueh-Lin
- Taipei Physical Education College
- Lived in
- Pingtung County
on July 23, 2013
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