Houston, we have a problem. Yes, another problem. For the second straight year, Houston Rockets center Yao Ming will be sidelined by injury for the majority of the season. After missing the entire 2009-10 campaign with a broken bone in his left foot, Yao recently developed a stress fracture in his left ankle that will prevent him from playing until at least the 2011-12 season.

We say at least, because truthfully, we may have seen the last of Yao Ming in an NBA uniform. Like former big men Ralph Sampson, Brad Daugherty, Bill Walton, and Sam Bowie, Yao's tall frame has caused a string of leg, knee, and foot injuries that won't allow him to go hard in the paint like he used to anymore. So, just in case Yao's taken the court for the last time, we wanted to give him a proper send-off. From the hype that welcomed him into the league when he got drafted in 2002 to the disappointment that has plagued Houston the last two years, and everything in between, we've got Yao covered. Check out Yao Ming's Most Badass Moments...

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