Rasheed Wallace said, recalling what veterans such as Chris Webber made him do as a rookie in Washington. “One night, Webber was downtown, and it was about 1, 1:30 in the morning. He called me up talking about how he needs a ride.”
Wallace, worried that Webber was drunk and couldn’t get home, climbed out of bed and got in his car.
“When I got downtown, come to find out, he didn’t need a ride,” Wallace said. “I was upset. But there wasn’t nothing I could do — I was the rook. But I didn’t do nothing really heavy like these guys are going to do.” Via The Detroit Free Press