Houston, we may already have a problem

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Yao Ming has some concerns about the addition of Ron Artest to the Rockets roster. (AP Photo)

Earlier today Mike Lansu addressed the news that Ron Artest was Houston-bound. Now comes word that the Yao Ming, all 89 inches of him, is a little concerned about how the addition of ‘The True Warier’ will affect the clubhouse.

“There’s worry,” Ming says. “Obviously, yes. We will think about it, of course.

Hopefully, he’s not fighting anymore and going after a guy in the



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