TAG: Rasheed Wallace

GIFs, NBA / Apr 16, 2014 / 2:45 pm

The 10 Funniest GIFs From The NBA Season

Andrea Bargnani, Thaddeus Young

Andrea Bargnani, Thaddeus Young ( Jim O’Connor/USA TODAY Sports)

For better or for worse, technology appears to be evolving at the speed of light. One of the many positives of this rapid change is the ability to be entertained from multiple areas, including the .gif, compressed image files. Read More »

NBA, Video / Mar 28, 2014 / 4:30 pm

‘Sheed & Rick Mahorn Debate Which Pistons Team Was Better: ’04 or Bad Boys?

Rasheed Wallace, Rick Mahorn

You will absolutely love this if you’re a fan of intriguing NBA personalities outside the mainstream. Rasheed Wallace, easily the most intelligent basketball mind to also get repeatedly called a knucklehead in the media, sat down to chat with former Pistons Bad Boy, and resident member of the terrifying as all hell team, Rick Mahorn to figure out which of their championship-winning Pistons teams was better: Sheed’s 2004 edition, or Mahorn’s 1989 Bad Boys? Read More »

NBA / Mar 21, 2014 / 1:45 pm

10 NBA Stars Who Finished Careers In The Most Unexpected Places

Michael Jordan

The trajectory of a player’s career doesn’t always include the storybook ending of playing in the location that meant most to them. Often times, you’ll find veterans bouncing from franchise to franchise, what you might call ring chasing. As you’ll see in the case of the veterans on this list, the traditional colors they wore throughout their career were sometimes traded in for the colors of a team they rode the bench with. Read More »

GIFs, NBA, Smack / Feb 22, 2014 / 2:00 am

Incredible Rasheed Wallace Reaction To Andre Drummond’s Steal & Slam

Rasheed Wallace

Rasheed Wallace (photo. @Isaac)

Detroit ended a three-game losing streak on Friday night with a 115-107 win over the visiting Hawks. The turning point in the game, at least in terms of momentum, might have come with 10 minutes remaining in the fourth and Detroit ahead by just three. It was then when Andre Drummond intercepted a Kyle Korver pass and sprinted the other way to slam it over an overmatched Elton Brand. The only thing more amazing than Drummond’s freakish play: coach Rasheed Wallace going bats__t crazy afterwards on the sideline. Read More »

NBA, Video / Dec 27, 2013 / 11:00 am

LeBron’s 20 Best Dunks In The NBA

LeBron James

LeBron James (Gary A. Vasquez/USA TODAY Sports)

This past Friday, I found myself removed from my seat following another towering slam by LeBron James when I came to the realization that the four-time MVP may be the best entertainer in the country at the moment. And if that didn’t convince me, all I had to do was watch the Heat on Christmas. Those two dunks he caught from Dwyane Wade? OMG. Read More »

instagram, NBA, Twitter / Nov 25, 2013 / 3:00 pm

15 NBA Players Who Could’ve Been Social Media Legends

Dennis Rodman

Magic Johnson (photo. @MagicJohnson)

Before the dawn of social media, the public’s access to the personal lives of their favorite players was limited to small headlines in the newspaper and postgame interviews. With the evolution of platforms like Twitter and Instagram, it’s now easier than ever to feel connected to the new generation of players. Read More »

NBA, Twitter / Nov 17, 2013 / 3:30 pm

Rasheed Wallace & Tony Mitchell In Lopsided Dunk Contest

Rasheed Wallace

The Detroit Pistons drafted Tony Mitchell with the No. 7 pick in the second round (37th overall) for his athleticism. He wowed at the rookie photo shoot with dunks that made us stop in our tracks. The 39-year-old Rasheed Wallace just retired for the second time this past summer before becoming an assistant coach in Detroit. Both men had a dunk contest after practice the other day. Read More »

NBA, Video / Sep 17, 2013 / 4:30 pm

5 Videos Of Rasheed Wallace Doing Rasheed Wallace Things


Today, the man who brought the ubiquitous “Ball Don’t Lie” phrase to national attention — along with other, more esoteric NBA aphorisms that have infiltrated the pro game’s lexicon — turns 39. Rasheed Wallace is basically a basketball bloggers dream; he’s a walking soundbite who ironically thinks most of the media is the lowest common denominator in the game. We don’t care. Here are five our favorite videos featuring “Roscoe.” Read More »

College, High School, NBA, Playground / Aug 14, 2013 / 2:45 pm

Philly Basketball: Where Only The Strong Survive

Kobe Bryant

Kobe Bryant (photo. Mannion)

From Germantown to Cobb’s Creek, Philadelphia’s notorious neighborhoods have always boasted some of America’s most cutthroat and ruthless styles of basketball.

Whether it was historic battles in the ’70s between Eugene Banks and Lewis Lloyd to the most recent scraps with 2013 top recruits Rysheed Jordan (Saint John’s) and Brandon Austin (Providence), the competition is still readily available. Read More »

NBA / Aug 9, 2013 / 11:45 am

Why Blazers Fans Should be Happy for Greg Oden

Greg Oden

Greg Oden (photo. Instagram/miamiheat)

It was a big day for Greg Oden when the Miami Heat announced last week he’d be joining their squad to help them chase a third-straight NBA title. But for Blazers fans it was a cauldron of emotions as their former No. 1 overall draft pick and franchise savior was healthy and back in the league, just not playing for them. Here’s why Blazers fans should be happy for their former center, rather than bitter about the past. Read More »