He’s not dead, but why not take the time to Remember Rasheed?

  • Rasheed Wallace was T’d up and ejected from the McDonald’s High School All-American Game.

“Some people say I’m mean and this and that. On one hand that’s cool. That keeps away all the riffraff and all the bugaboos.” - Rasheed Wallace

  • Allegedly psyched up teammates by yelling, “Let’s go out and play like we’re Chicago on NBA Jam.”

“Every time he took a shot he said, `Don’t worry young fella, I get paid for this. I get paid for doing this to you.‘” - Kwame Brown, on Rasheed

  • Allegedly wore Timberlands during a mid-season Blazer practice.

From the Detroit News:

“I ain’t going to say (nothing) to him (George W. Bush). I didn’t vote for him. I’m not excited at all, it’s just part of the thing.” - Sheed

“He ain’t lying, either. He won’t say nothing to him.” - Chauncey Billups




Rasheed Wallace has retired from the NBA today/again, so here’s a 6:36 compilation video of Wallace yelling “Ball don’t lie” during professional basketball games.

Also, this and this.

Enjoy the good life, Sheed.



REPORT:  Lakers interested in signing Rasheed Wallace?

If it’s true, it has to mean Pau Gasol’s days as a Laker are numbered.  That’s the only excuse for signing a 38-year old “retired” power forward/center when you desperately need a point guard (or even a small forward).

Meanwhile, you thought Ron Ron was crazy for changing his name to Metta World Peace?  You thought Matt Barnes slapping assistant coaches was nuts?  Wait until they get a load of Sheed.



16,006 points, 7,404 rebounds, 1,460 blocks and over 300 technical fouls. Those are some of the standout career totals for retired NBA star Rasheed Wallace. The 300+ technicals make him the NBA’s all-time leader for the most from any single player as well. Happy Birthday to Rasheed Wallace.