Smith broke 3 dudes ankles in one game (including stephon marburys) a few weeks back, and has been making it rain from beyond the arc, while his sister (and girlfriend) pick fights with Chinese fans on a nightly basis. I mean its obviously pretty gangster playin out in China when you got girls starting fights in the stands while JR, Wilson Chandler, and Starbury drop 45 a night (I wish they televised this shit). Anyhow, Smith is still playing for Zhejiang, and despite interest from various teams (OKC, both LA's, Knicks, & Chi-town), it is unknown exactly when he will be allowed to return (even once his team's season is over, he has to be approved by FIBA for reinstatement to the NBA). OKC is a tight-knit group and I'm not so sure they would bring in JR. The Clippers are extremely interested in Smith, but can't afford to offer him that much money. The Bulls were said to have been interested in JR before the lockout, so don't count them out. The Knicks is evidently where I think J.R. will end up. They can offer him $2.5 mil mini-mid-level exception deal (similar to what the Clipps offered to Kenyon Martin) and he could fit into their starting 5 right away (or come off the bench and be a dope 6th man). I haven't heard much detail about the Lakers interest, but SNY.tv reported that Smith was considering those five teams. So for now enjoy the video (not the best quality) and be sure to check back for updates regarding JR's playing status in the States.
A few nights ago, JR put up 60 (while coming off the bench) in a playoff game, while going 14 for 18 from 3 (dude went straight ham).
***UPDATE*** JR Smith and his Chinese team have been eliminated from the playoffs, which means he will be ready to play in the NBA around February 18th (that's what I have been hearing). With the loss of Chanucey Billups, look for the Clippers to step up and snag Smith. I know I said the Knicks about a week ago, but with that injury, I don't see how the Clippers can afford to let JR go to NY. Stay tuned for future updates on JR.