Ben Wallace # 32 On Slam’s List

by | Oct 3, 2006 | 12 comments

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Big Ben made the list at # 32 on Slam’s list of NBA’s Top 50 players and the good fella’s at Slam asked me to do the write up. So go check out what I had to say about a familiar face that will sure be missed in Motown.


  1. Big_Ben

    Great write up Natalie.

  2. nate

    Agreed. Nice job Natalie.


  3. Anonymous

    he is a pain in the ass bitch

  4. Natalie

    Thanks guys

  5. Anonymous

    Nice work, it almost made me want him back.

  6. Anonymous

    He looks really ugly in that uniform. Hands down.

  7. Anonymous

    Nice job, Natalie! Although he left, but he did a lot for Detroit.

  8. Anonymous

    Nice write up on Big Ben.

    I see you gave the Rip icon to match the real Rip.

  9. Anonymous

    I dont think he will fit in with the bulls. The bulls are a young OFFENSIVE team.
    Im not saying Big ben cant keep up with the bulls pace, but i think they are way more of a offensive team then a defensive team, and as we all know ben wallace’s strong points are deffinatly not on offence. there for i dont think he will be good on the bulls.

  10. Anonymous

    wallace doesnt care about defense, teamwork offense or the bulls. he cares about the money. Just like on the pistons website. Its just buisness.

  11. Anonymous

    Easy there killer. Don’t turn on Ben like that. He personified what Detroit basketball is all about. Yes, he has moved on but he’s still a standup guy. His move didn’t make me like Ben less, it just made me like the Bulls a little bit more. I would think it’s the Pistons’ fault that he isn’t here anymore, not his.

  12. Anonymous

    haha ben wallace is a fag


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