Today the team is in Shanghai (I say today meaning our Wednesday, your Tuesday). The first part of the morning was spent touring the Yu Garden and the Garden Bazaar, while the second part was going to the top of the Shanghai World Financial Center. How high is it? Well, to start, it is this much taller than Jordan as you can see from the photo below. We tagged some other photos as well.
A reminder you can see a lot more photos at this link as we add photos daily.
Yep, it is more than 1,600 square feet high. We went to the top today. We have been on a bus for much of the trip, so there is a lot of time where the travel is catching up with a few guys. Want to know how to stop arguably the Pac-12’s best player? Toss him in 97 degree heat walking around shopping with a lot of humidity, then have someone sneak up on him and take a photo.
Oh, and Richie Edwards is finishing up a paper for summer school below as Patrice Feulner oversees it getting sent. In case you didn’t know, we get back in the early morning hours on Tuesday, Aug. 20. School starts August 22 for these guys.
Some of you asked if there was a box score from the game the other night. Well, it just doesn’t seem to be that important to the host, which is fine. . So while snapping some photos and video during the game the other night, here is a look at the “official box score” below…
Finally, how about this guy getting some good photos?