Rasheed replaces Garnett in the All-Star Game

by | Feb 10, 2008 | 14 comments

David Stern has named Rasheed Wallace to the Eastern Conference All-Star team as a replacement for injured starter Kevin Garnett. It’s known that Rasheed didn’t want to be part of the game, hoping to have a little R&R and spend some time with his family.

If his last appearance was any indication I am sure Sheed will still have a great time.

14 Comments

  1. vivee

    Now I have one more reason (and the biggest) to watch the all-star activities. I am so happy. See you in New Oleans, Sheed!!! Wow!! Chauncy, Rip, and now Sheed!.

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  2. detroisportsrules

    i wish sheed would not of made it so he sould get rest which he wanted and needs.

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  3. Boaz

    stern’s revenge…

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  4. Anonymous

    Also Stern loves Sheed!

    For once, thanks a lot Stern! My respect for you skyrocketed!

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  5. Anonymous

    Where are you getting this info…I’m not seeing it anywhere.

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  6. Keith

    Whoa!that was funny! haha. KOBE I LOVE YOU!

    Another reason to watch the ALL STAR game!

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  7. Anonymous

    YES ! So happy Sheed is an all star..

    Giants Super Bowl champions !

    =)

    – Vin
    Connecticut

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  8. lyndakay

    It’s on Insidehoops.com.

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  9. Anonymous

    I am happy Sheed got in, but he didn’t want to play so why did David Stern choose him? I wasn’t going to watch the game, but now since we have 3 Pistons in there I guess I will watch it. I ♥ Sheed. He is so hilarious. I ♥ U Kobe!!! … no seriously.

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  10. Anonymous

    so its sweet that sheed made the all-star events…….but is there any way he can get his rest and have Tayshaun replace him???? Sheed wants the rest and Tayshaun IS and All Star……

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  11. Anonymous

    I am really happy that Sheed will play. I always told he is the best piston. Go Sheed! Oud hearts are with you.

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  12. jess

    YAY!! Im excited! Im sure he is too but he might have wanted that rest a little more!

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  13. johnnyb

    HAHAHAHA ! that’s beautiful . after ‘sheed’s playing days are over , i think a highlight reel of all his antics would be appropriate .he’ll go down as one of the greats .

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  14. Detroit's fan

    I think Sheed will do a lot of good
    actions in Allstar. He dunks really good. So he throws three pointers well to. I hope he could play a lot of minutes to show all his advantages. After all it is allstar match.

    I am his fan from SLovenia. Sheed, we watch you here too.

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