Little Known Fact: Rasheed Wallace played for The Carolina Beat

by | Sep 11, 2007 | 11 comments

Most of us know about Rasheed Wallace’s storied past, from his days at Simon Gratz High School, where he was named High School Player of the Year in 1993, to his college days at The University of North Carolina.

Rasheed started his NBA career in 1995 when he was drafted by the Washington Bullets and the following season was traded to The Portland Trail Blazers. Pistons fans know the rest, he was traded to the Atlanta Hawks mid season of 2004 where he played one game and was then dealt to The Detroit Pistons where he helped them win the 2004 NBA Championship.

There is a little known fact that many of you are probably unaware of, somewhere in that time line Rasheed Wallace played for the Carolina Beat.

11 Comments

  1. claire

    lol “well, say it to my face then, chump!” right after he said they should be role models to the kids. hahaha sheedtastic.

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  2. Anonymous

    *shakes head*

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  3. Anonymous

    Does anyone know the movie that that clip is from?

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  4. Anonymous

    It’s from Juawanna Mann, at least thats what is says right under the video.

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  5. Anonymous

    Good stuff!! I never knew Sheed was a movie star. I guess I’ll have to watch that movie now.

    GO PISTONS!!

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  6. Anonymous

    lol i remember that !

    “yo rasheed you suck !”

    hahaha

    – Vin
    Connecticut

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  7. Andrew

    Ah, where’s the “both teams played hard” comment?

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  8. Amanda

    lol I must have stopped watching that movie before ‘Sheed made his cameo.

    That’s awesome.

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  9. Anonymous

    the girls are only one game away from a back to back championship. just the boys couldn’t do it so our girls did. way to go

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  10. Anonymous

    Does anyone know if the Schock are going to do the free tickets again if they have to come home for game 5??

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  11. Anonymous

    that was supposed to say Shock! oops my bad

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