Arenas Plays For Cash – Rasheed Plays For Pepsi

by | Feb 21, 2007 | 10 comments

Here is a great video showcasing Rasheed Wallace’s trick shot arsenal. This one might even fall under the category of “Sheedisms.”

Rasheed tries to show off his shooting prowess during practice when he tries to put up simultaneous threes, on with the left hand and one with the right. Pistons assistant coach Ron Harper gets wind of it and says it will never happen. They even start betting on whether the shot will go down. Cash on the line you say? Nope.

These guys play for Pepsi.

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Video Courtesy of myTV20


My favorite thing about this video is that you get a glimpse of Rasheed’s usual practice attire. A t-shirt and sweats that he cuts to bits with the pockets inside out…add it to the rest of the Sheedisms.

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10 Comments

  1. kart go

    That was absolutely amazing. Wow. I especially loved when Tayshaun shot from the opposite three point line, and Rasheed did it too.

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  2. Anonymous

    Thanks so much! I love this!

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  3. Leelanau Sports Guy

    I loved the over the backboard shot, we used to practice these all the time in high school. Lots of fun! The right/left hand 3’s was very impressive!

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  4. Anonymous

    I LOVE this video, and I love SHEED!!! Thanks a lot!

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  5. Anonymous

    WOW… W-O-W That’s all I can say. The Over the Rainbow shot and the See Ya Later shot got to be my top favorite Sheedisims. The Double Three pointer shot is a fantastic one also. Now that’s SHEEDtastic! *Thumbs Up*

    -BabyBen

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  6. Anonymous

    Oh ya this is supposed to air March 2nd. Thanks for the post Natalie! Sheed is amazing!

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  7. Jessica

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again…

    GOTTA LOVE SHEEEEEED!!!!

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  8. Kevin

    I’m always shocked when Tay misses from long range. I remember back in his second year he had already assumed his spot on Carlisle’s bench towards the end of one of the shootarounds. ESPN caught him catching a long board and nailing a three while still seated, shortly after we finally used him against Philly and he won us the series. The irony that Tay used to have to sit because we felt he wasn’t strong enough on D still klils me.

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  9. Anonymous

    that, my friends, is TALENT

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  10. Anonymous

    you know how they doooo ;]

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