Found September 18, 2013 on RealGM:
PLAYERS: Rasheed Wallace
Rasheed Wallace has been helping Josh Smith was his transition to the Detroit area, while also working on improving his game. “Rasheed has been teaching me some things that I need to know on the block; some veteran leadership from him," said Smith. "He has been able to show me some things. It’s always beneficial when you have a veteran guy who has played in the NBA and been successful and now they’re coaches. They can see things from a player’s and a coach’s standpoint.’’ “You don’t want him doing things he’s not used to doing,’’ Wallace said. “We’re trying to get him comfortable making the 15- to 18-foot jump shot.’’

Josh Smith Working With Rasheed Wallace On Midrange Shots, Post Moves

I some how get the feeling that Rasheed Wallace will go on to be a far superior coach than he was player in the NBA. Wallace will get his first taste of actually coaching on the Pistons roster this season, and it’s already paying dividends for the new look Pistons. The Detroit Free Press is reporting that Josh Smith has been in Detroit getting some early working with Wallace,...

Pistons Josh Smith working on post and mid-range game with Rasheed Wallace

Josh Smith was supposed to develop into a super star with the Atlanta Hawks. That didn’t happen. Now Smith has moved on tot the Detroit Pistons and has been working with Rasheed Wallace to polish up his game. Wallace won an NBA championship with the Pistons in 2004 and joined the franchise this off season as an assistant coach. “I’m just trying to polish up on things,” he...
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