Rasheed – Master Impressionist

by | Nov 30, 2006 | 9 comments

“This is probably something you had to see to fully appreciate, but Rasheed Wallace had everybody laughing at shoot-around this morning, working on his Dwyane Wade flop. He would throw up a shot and then throw himself on the floor — ala Wade. Then he would get up slowly and limp like Wade does. I think he intends to do it at some point in the game tonight, so look for it.

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But all kidding aside, Wade cannot be defended. Referees simply do not let you look at him crossly, let alone touch him. Wade has shot 163 free throws in 14 games, 11.6 per. By contrast, Chauncey Billups has shot 108, by far the most of any Piston. No other Piston has even shot 80 free throws. Wallace was having fun with that, too. “If you just yell, ‘Boogety-boogety booh’ to him, that’s a foul. If you give him a hard look, that’s a foul,” Wallace said. Very true.” Via Chris McCosky The Detroit News


  1. theSHEEDabides

    It’s unfortunate–nothing against Wade, he may be a cool guy, but he embodies everything I hate about the NBA. It was a nice break, Pistons fans need breaks too, but I am really looking forward to the game. I would love to see Sheed do that tonight!

  2. Anonymous

    We seen all this intonights game Wade went to the basket and if someone looked at him he was fouled. I just can’t stand that ir bugs me so much. Also what the Hell happened at the end of the game, I was left just looking into space looking at the TV.

  3. Big_Ben

    ahhh too bad Sheed didn’t do it in the game. I’d like to see if Wade reads about it and has the guts to make a comment.

  4. Junior

    As for what happened at the end of the game, that was just Joey Crawford making up his own rules again. He does this from time to time. Others to make up their own rules –Dick Bavetta, Jack Nies,
    Danny Crawford. For some reason Stu Jackson lets these guys make up rules as the game goes along. This practice has been in the NBA for about 10 years now.

  5. Anonymous

    Well if the players have to follow the rule books why not the refs. I think that end of the game left all the player and the coach and staff speechless. I really don;t think they knew what happened after rip the FT and joey came running out waving his arms then let him make another one which he missed again as the play was set up to do. I know I really didn’t know what happened since the bal hit the rim. Well thanks for explaining it but I think may the refs should have to follow the rule book since the players do.

  6. theSHEEDabides

    This year is all about the players having more rules and the refs having less.

  7. Anonymous

    fuk Rasheed. Wade>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>x100> RASHEED. Kiss the Ring B****

  8. Packer487

    That’s great stuff. It would’ve been hysterical if he had done it during the game, but they probably would’ve found a way to T him up for it….

  9. Anonymous

    That’s why we will never win another Gold at the Olympics or at the World Games, we got Whussies like Wade who can’t make an outside shot and need the Refs to help them win games.

    As to kissing Wade’s ring, who the wants to kiss that tainted ring.
    Sheed got his and it was hard earned.


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