When Rasheed Wallace shifted power to the Detroit Pistons

Few players have been better at creating memorable phrases than Rasheed Wallace. One of his more underrated expressions that was utilized towards the media when frustrated with the organization that pays him? Cut The Check. Per The Oregonian in 2003.“If it was true that I just cared about the money, then my whole attitude would be different. I want to win every game, and I want to...
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Honoring Shareef Abdur-Rahim

Old Times Over the course of five seasons and 375 games, there was one player who, for better or worse, was synonymous with the Vancouver Grizzlies. Selected with the third overall pick in the 1996 draft — after Allen Iverson and Marcus Camby, but before Ray Allen, Kobe Bryant and a scruffy haired Canadian point guard – Shareef Abdur-Rahim was touted as the saviour of the floundering...
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February 17, 2014  |  Discuss

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