Rasheed Wallace makes appearance at today’s open practice

by | Oct 2, 2010 | 10 comments

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Former Detroit Pistons PF/C Rasheed Wallace made an appearance today at the Detroit Pistons’ practice, which was open to the fans.  The surprise came shortly after the team was announced to the fans, which shocked many in attendance.  Sheed, decked out in a black sweatsuit stopped in and was seen sitting behind the “white” team bench talking to Joe Dumars during the “20 in 2” drill (make 20 layups in 2 minutes).

There was an audible “Sheeeeeeed” chant when he slapped hands with members of the “white” team before heading back into the locker room area right before the scrimmage.

Over 8,000 fans were in attendance of today’s open practice.

10 Comments

  1. Diogenes

    Put Sheed on the coaching staff – he could show the big men – and others how to get it done.

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  2. Jayg108

    It must’ve been so cool to see him back.

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  3. Susie

    Wonder if this means anything? Do we dare hope?

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  4. Ryan

    I was happy to see him! I would love to see another run of Wallace X2.

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  5. James (Australia)

    Glad that Sheed still cares about the Pistons.

    Getting excited about the season, but I don’t like hearing that Kuester is not happy with the defensive effort in camp – need that fixed or it will be a long season ahead.

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  6. terry

    If there was ANY chance Sheed could stay in the paint I’d say I wanted him back, BUT since there is no chance of him doing that………

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  7. Drew

    Sheed will be apart of the coaching staff for years to come

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  8. mikemike

    sheeeeeeeeeeed!!!!! we need you dawg…

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  9. Lindsey Guelespe

    The particular dude who really does much more than he / she is paid for will certainly in the near future be paid for more than he or she does

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  10. Dj187fm

    I love Rasheed Wallace I don’t care what E40 was squabbling about…..That Detroit Love ain’t got space for Record hating only Record breaking!!!Show! em’ Sheed!!!!!!!……..DetroitBasketball4Life!

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