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Thanksgiving, otherwise known as the day where I don’t subsist on rice, beans and granola bars.
Here are the Top 5 foods that will grace the table tomorrow:
5. Dinner Rolls
Rolls are the Rasheed Wallace of Thanksgiving food. They’re always delicious and you really can’t go wrong with them. Show me someone who doesn’t like dinner rolls and I’ll show you someone who probably hates puppies and rainbows too.
And what other food can you do this with?
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This is a tough one to put put this low. Unfortunately, there is some probability that Aunt Bertha could screw up the turkey and it comes out dryer than cotton balls. However, the post-Thanksgiving turkey sandwiches are the lunch highlight of my year.
While stuffing from the box can cut it in a pinch, fresh, homemade stuffing is basically God’s gift to carbohydrate lovers. Oh yeah, it’s also the best avenue to incorporate bacon into your Thanksgiving dinner. Google “Bacon Stuffing...
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'BALL DON'T LIE!'
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If you were to ask Rasheed Wallace, he might tell you he’s never committed a foul in his life.
On Tuesday night, the Knicks’ new addition clearly got a piece of Austin Rivers’ arm as the rookie drove to the basket. Wallace apparently didn’t remember that part of the play.
After Rivers missed his first free throw, Wallace yelled — twice — “Ball don’t lie.” If you’re...
This Thanksgiving, when you sit down with your family and loved ones and think about everything you’re thankful for, don’t forget to include Rasheed Wallace. It’s been over two years since we’ve been graced with one of Wallace’s “BALL DON’T LIE!” exclamations, leaving a basketball sized hole in our soul.
And now, with Sheed’s return to the NBA and Austin Rivers...
Sheed could be looking to coach whenever he retires.credit: dailyknicks.com
The New York Knicks have gotten off to a hot start for a variety of reasons, and Rasheed Wallace deserves some of the credit. The very animated big man made a comeback for this season after two years away from the game and a heartbreaking NBA Finals loss to the Los Angeles Lakers. Everyone thought that we...
Can we all agree that Rasheed Wallace, of the New York Knicks, is good money, meaning he’s entertaining as hell to watch? Just check out the video below, in which Wallace yells out “Ball don’t lie” after New Orleans Hornets rookie, Austin Rivers, misses a free throw during their Tuesday night game. Yes, Rasheed Wallace [...]The post Rasheed Wallace Yells “Ball Don’t Lie”...
Apparently Rasheed Wallace decided to come out of retirement to join the New York Knicks for two reasons — to win a championship and to scream at people who miss free throws. The 2012-2013 season is only a few weeks old, but we can already say heckling opponents after missed free throws is Wallace’s thing.
As you can see from the video above that @Jose3030 shared with us on Tuesday...
Rasheed Wallace might only play 14 minutes a game for the Knicks this year, but he makes those minutes count. Sheed fouled rookie Austin Rivers of the New Orleans Hornets during the Knicks win last night and gave the rookie a little hazing of his own. After Rivers missed his first free throw Rasheed yelled "BALL DON"T LIE, BALL DON'T LIE" at Rivers at the top...
The ball doesn't lie. That is all I have for this video. I have mentally checked into vacation.
Previously on That NBA Lottery Pick, we featured a clip of New York Knicks forward Rasheed Wallace yelling "Yea Aflac" after a missed free throw by Orlando's Aaron Affalo.Earlier tonight, Rasheed was at it again as he yelled "Ball Don't Lie" after a missed free throw from Hornets rookie Austin Rivers:To note, this isn't the first time that Rasheed...
Welcome to the NBA Austin. You wouldn't have had the full NBA experience without getting to play Rasheed Wallace. I love how Doc's son blows by Rasheed, and "Sheed hacks Rivers on the reach in, but in 'Sheed's mind it wasn't a foul. Now Rivers misses both the lay-up and first free throw, so is that two "Ball Don't Lies?" (I'm pretty sure...