"I will go to the United States in the coming days to help Yi solve the problem," Li told China Daily. "I will have a talk with Yi at the Stankovic Cup to see what he thinks."Thankfully, it appears someone on Yi’s end is starting to recognize the urgency of this matter. Unfortunately, in this ultimate communication breakdown neither side ever is on the same page.
"The Bucks side didn't send their officials to China this time as they promised, so I will take some time to get this resolved, Li said."What is lost on the part of Yi’s camp is that the longer he’s in a sense holding out on the NBA and the Bucks, the more pressure is going to mount on the young player to perform.
Then again, his camp wanted him in a huge market from the beginning so clearly they aren’t worried about pressure or expectation.