Rasheed Wallace Retruns to the Palace – The Need4Sheed Video

by | Jan 24, 2010 | 10 comments

Thanks to my up close and personal seat behind the Celtics Bench and my awesome Pistons themed Flip Video, here is Sheed’s return to The Palace of Auburn Hills for the very first time in green.

Straight from my unsteady hand to you in HD, with a special bonus, the Pistons opening intros.

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I am sincerely apologizing for my whistling, I know I can get pretty loud at times.


  1. Raphael Dion

    haha he did his sheed dance for a second… awesome =)

  2. Buzz Killington

    Mason is still the best game-barker in any major sports… He’s a treasure for Detroit.

  3. Shaneomtl

    It’s crazy to think how much how a guy like that is needed in Detroit right.

  4. gary

    great you can see me across the court (red hat red hamilton jersey !!!!) row bb just after the vips

    i am from michigan but live in europe !!!

    i am belgium’s n 1 pistons fan !!!!

    where can i send you my video’s from the game ???

    i was @ the knicks pistons game @ msg as welll

    • gary

      you can see me get up soon as mason talks about sheed !!!!

  5. The Fluidics

    Too many boos for my taste.

    Thanks for sharing the vid, I wish I could have been there for that one. I was at Chaunceys first game back and he got a great reception.
    Looking forward to Dyess next month.

  6. Amer ican Prince

    great video natalie and i agree with fluidics would of liked to hear a few more cheers but at least there were some


    if this happens im going to be mad especially if jonas is part of that deal i would rather have jonas who does all the little things then a ball hogging no defense having, kind of selfish bad attitude guy.
    Who would you rather have jonas or this guy?

  7. junior

    i like this trade minus jerebko i say we trade tay, kwame, and summers for amare or tay, summers, and a 1st round pick. im sure we could throw summers in instead of jj and the suns still like the deal cause they get a young talent that is athletic and can shoot. personally i think dajuan is better then jj but he never gets to play, so who knows. but i think if dumars does this he should make sure that it is a sign and trade with amare so we dont trade away our players just to have amare bail on us after the year is over. o i would say throw in maxiell instead od summers but i know pheonix wants cap space and jason has a horrible contract. cmon joe make this happen. lineup

    c-big ben/wilcox/ possibly kwame depending on trade( but really who cares?)

    that is a great lineup if we stay healthy u put amare at pf and keep ben at c that will give us great d with great o up front. GO PISTONS

  8. zeke khaseli

    with that kind of introduction hard to understand the slow starts the last two games

  9. AC

    Thanks for the video, I haven’t been to a game since 2007 vs. Cleveland on Easter. This isn’t the site I am used to seeing. It is good to see him dance around, showing some love. Too bad only half the audience was there. Winning cures all wounds!


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