A Video Is Worth A Thousand Words

by | Dec 13, 2005 | 2 comments

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Remember a few posts ago when I mentioned the punk move that Mike Dunleavy used to try to stop the Pistons mid 4th quarter? Well I put a little clip together of what I was talking about. The clip isn’t necessarily about the fouls themselves as it is the rage that it caused Rasheed Wallace, who gets called for a tech after he checks out of the game. If anyone can read lips let us all know what choice words Sheed had for Mike, I’m sure it wasn’t a dinner invitation. My favorite part is Sheed’s chatter when Elton Brand is at the foul line after Elton pokes him in the eye after a Rasheed foul.
When RA is on your team he’s got your back!

Video courtesy of WB20 and special thanks to Joe D’Alleva for the help with editing.

Sheed Clippers Video

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2 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    Ha Ha Ha HA gotta Love Sheed!!!!!

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  2. Brett

    I believe he said something to the effect of “I can’t foul you with my face! A man can’t foul with his face! Bullsh!t.” ‘Sheed rules.

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