Zhejiang Online-qianjiang evening news News "Hey, hey, what’s my story, Daju (Ju Peng), don’t you think!" Walking into Luo Zhi’s room, the teenager who was putting a bandage on his foot jokingly threw out such a sentence as soon as he heard that the reporter wanted to talk to him about his story. Ju Peng on the bed next to him smiled. "Oh, don’t ask me, I don’t know anything." Carefully tied his feet with bandages and gauze, Luo Zhi smiled at the reporter and said, "No way, everyone is afraid of being injured. You must be careful, otherwise you will get hurt too easily!" Let’s start. "
Campus years have changed the basketball map of Changsha Middle School.
Luo Zhi was a serious middle school student in Hunan before he was selected by Zhejiang Ma Qingnian Team. He said that his experience in school was a bit like the cartoon "Slam Dunk Master". Luo Zhi loved playing ball since he was a child. When he entered junior high school, he had grown to more than 1.70 meters, and he was incorporated into the Hunan Paddy Junior High School team. However, because he couldn’t play the main force all the time, Luo Zhi left the school team in a rage and ran to the street to play streetball with adults. "Now think about it, streetball is actually very interesting." Luo Zhi said that after playing streetball for a period of time, Luo Zhi’s skills advanced by leaps and bounds, and he led the class team to beat the school team in a game, which made him re-elected to the school team and became the main player. In the second year of junior high school, the rice field junior high school team led by Luo Zhi defeated the basketball team of Mingde Middle School, a traditional basketball school in Hunan Province, with an average height of less than 1.74 meters.
The layout of middle school basketball in Changsha City, Hunan Province is that Changsha No.1 Middle School and Mingde Middle School share the world equally, and almost every year high school leagues have to fight to the death. Since Luo Zhi joined Changsha No.1 Middle School, the situation has changed. Facing the provincial key basketball high school, Luo Zhi led the team to beat the opponent several times. In the "Jingshi Cup" basketball match in Hunan in 2001, although Changsha No.1 Middle School led by Luo Zhi lost to Mingde Middle School in the final, Luo Zhi still won the final MVP by virtue of his outstanding performance. Later, he was elected to the high school basketball star team and participated in an exhibition match with Zhejiang Wanma. It was this game that Luo Zhi entered the sight of Pan Jianping, who was the head coach of Wanma team at that time. "Coincidentally, in fact, Pan Dao came to Changsha for a 2.08-meter center, but I didn’t expect to choose me in the end." Luo Zhi recalled that after that, a master basketball player on campus finally took a key step on the basketball road and joined Zhejiang Wan Ma Qingnian Team.
However, until now, Luo Zhi still misses the time when he played in Changsha when he was in high school. "C is Courage, which stands for courage. Only by practicing hard and not afraid of losing can we win the first place! M is right! It stands for Manly. If it’s not a man, we’ll kick him out! " In front of the computer screen, Luo Zhi read out the theme words of these two CMBC (Changsha, Xiangtan and Zhuzhou Middle School Basketball Challenge) rhythmically. "These two paragraphs are read, and there is a theme song." CMBC, this is Luo Zhi’s first appearance on the basketball stage, and it is also the starting point for him to pursue his basketball dream.
Hangzhou loves to eat boiled fish in Zhaohui District 9.
Unlike most of his teammates, Luo Zhi has no QQ, MSN, little Internet access, no laptop, or even an IPOD or PSP game machine. It’s not because Luo Zhi saves money. For money, the big boy rarely thinks: "I usually give buy buy clothes and everything else to my mother. I have no place to spend it myself." However, Luo Zhi also told reporters that he is going to buy a laptop next year. "It’s not for anything else, it’s not for playing games, it’s just that I hope I can really learn something and learn some English."
Talking about his life in Hangzhou, Luo Zhi shook his head and said, "It’s monotonous. It’s really monotonous. There is nothing to do except training competitions." Luo Zhi said that he seldom went to the West Lake, and the most impressive thing was the broken bridge. He used to go to the cafe near the West Lake with his teammates for tea and cards occasionally. Now it is a training competition every day, and I haven’t been there for a long time. Of course, since he is a "prostitute" in Hunan, loving spicy food is definitely Luo Zhi’s hobby. "After all these years, I’m still not used to eating Hangzhou food, so I like to find spicy food to eat," Luo Zhi said. "I like Hunan cuisine and Sichuan cuisine, and I like to go to a restaurant in Zhaohui District 9, Hedong Road, to eat boiled fish best. That store is actually not big, but that fish is so spicy, wow! Don’t mention how delicious it is! Hey, have you eaten? " Seeing that the reporter shook his head, Luo Zhi looked disappointed. "It’s really good for you to try it when you have the opportunity."
Talking about his future life, Luo Zhi seems very determined: "All my relationships have been transferred to Zhejiang, and the provincial sports meeting is also for Zhejiang. I will definitely settle in Hangzhou in the future." Before leaving Changsha, Luo Zhi’s impression of Hangzhou was only two introductions from friends: "Clean and good public security". After so many years, Luo Zhi’s evaluation of Hangzhou is: "Hangzhou is really a particularly livable city." Although he wants to settle in Hangzhou, Luo Zhi has no plans to buy a house in Hangzhou in the short term. "Hey, one is that the house in Hangzhou is not cheap, and another is that it is absolutely impossible for my parents to come to Hangzhou with me." This may be Luo Zhi’s biggest regret. "My parents have many brothers and sisters and often get together. It can be said that everything they have is in Hunan, so they can’t adapt to changing to a strange environment. "
I love talking on the phone off the court and want to join the national team.
Talking on the phone for a long distance is one of Luo Zhi’s greatest hobbies, and everyone in Wanma team knows Luo Zhi’s habit of talking on the phone. No matter on the road or at home, after training and competition, you have to ask your teammates where Luo Zhi is, and everyone will answer you without looking back: "You must be on the phone in your room!"
From a master basketball player on campus to a professional player, to a member of the national training team, a three-point champion in CBA All-Star Game and a member of the national team, Luo Zhi has come step by step in his basketball career. This summer, Luo Zhi has been recovering from injury since he retired from the second national team due to injury, which has also caused his condition to be not very good until now. However, the teenager didn’t give up his dream. He told reporters that he really wanted to fight hard and work hard, hoping to win an opportunity to participate in the Beijing Olympic Games and represent the national team. This is his dream. "I know my strengths and weaknesses. My three-point shooting percentage is good. What I lack is the ability to defend and pass the ball, but I have confidence in myself. Because I am a competitive player, I believe that through my own efforts, I will be successful."
Before leaving the game, Luo Zhi splashed his hair with water in the bathroom to make himself more awake. The reporter casually asked, "How can your three-pointers be so accurate?" "Practice bai, the key is to find the feeling of the basket at that distance, practice that feeling, naturally. Anyway, outside the three-point line, I have the most feeling about the basket! " Luo Zhiyang Yang head, a face of confidence.
Editor: Liu Xinlong