“That’s how we do it,” Wallace said, after the game. “Young punks (Gooden) really thinking they did something. So now we’re going to have to put those young-ass cats in their place. He got a little out of control with his mouth, that’s all. The normal stuff.” Sheed on his little altercation with Drew Gooden in the Pistons preseason loss to the Cavs.
There was a little spice to an otherwise sleep-inducing exhibition, as Rasheed Wallace ‘s mouth came to life in the third. He jawed with James and Drew Gooden .
Wallace picked up five fouls in the quarter as well as a technical. Wallace and Gooden were hit with matching technicals for mouthing off at the free-throw line.
James aggressively blocked Wallace’s shot at 4:32. Next trip down the floor, Wallace picked up another personal foul and stared into the crowd like an angry prizefighter. Saunders then gave Wallace a seat. On his way to the bench, Wallace waved his right hand dismissively at the small but booing crowd. He also yelled at James, who was standing far down on the other end of the floor.
James responded to Wallace, and that was the end of the drama. Via The Detroit News
I will try to get the video up for those who didn’t get a chance to see it as soon as I can.