Chinese Player Lands A Brutal Cheap Shot On Ex-NBA Forward Jason Maxiell And Then Runs For His Damn Life

Jason Maxiell is a former first-round pick who played for the Detroit Pistons for eight years before two short one-year stints in Orlando and Charlotte. The 6’7” University of Cincinatti alum finished his 10-year NBA career with a modest 6 points and 4 rebounds a game.

On August 10, 2015, Maxiell signed with Tianjin Ronggang of the Chinese Basketball Association and has been a dominant inside presence for Sebastian Telefair’s former squad.

So dominant, in fact, that he recently enraged an opposing center, Wu Ke, to the point where he delivered an egregious cheap shot to the back of Maxiell’s head. Wu Ke immediately realized he had a Dassey chance in court of competing with the 260 pounder and took off running to the other end of the court. Like a little bitch.

It has been reported that Wu Ke has been suspended 11 games. His dignity has been lost forever.

P.S. Yes, that’s former NBA-er Michael Beasley containing Maxiell from killing Ke. Beasley is reportedly one of the top players in the CBA, scoring 59 points in his debut.

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