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Not sure if this will strike fear in Knick opponents, but news just broke that Kenyon Martin will be joining Rasheed Wallace and Tyson Chandler to make a badass trifecta. But just how badass are they? We break down the numbers as League officials are poop their pants. Their best, angriest moments caught on camera after the jump…
The recent post-free throw “Ball Don’t Lie” was one of the latest in a 19-year career full of technical fouls for Rasheed Wallace. 317, to be specific, is the number of times ‘Sheed has pushed a referee beyond his breaking point. But back in high school, things were different. More even-keeled, calm. No outbursts, most of the time.
Rasheed Wallace: Sharpshooter. Technical foul machine. (One-time) elite defender. Member of thus-far highly successful Knicks Old Guy Brigade. And… natural horror movie villain? You be the judge, after the jump.
Rasheed Wallace, Agent Of Basketball Justice, Yells “Ball Don’t Lie!” After Austin Rivers Misses A Free Throw
Austin Rivers drives at Rasheed Wallace. Rasheed Wallace is too slow to keep up. Austin Rivers gets by Rasheed Wallace. Rasheed Wallace fouls Austin Rivers. Austin Rivers misses the first free throw. Rasheed Wallace yells “Ball Don’t Lie!” Fin.
Lost in the commotion of the Knicks’ victory over the Heat last night was a much, much bigger story. Last night marked the return of NBA enigma Rasheed Wallace.
Either Rasheed Wallace really rededicated himself to getting in shape, or the Lakers are really desperate. According to a report by a report by CSNNE’s A. Sherrod Blakely, Wallace is set to join the Los Angeles Lakers. This could get interesting.
Thanks to a crackdown this year on bad behavior and second-guessing on the court, NBA games are seeing more technical fouls called. But the new system needs some tweaking.
The NBA is taking a stricter stance toward player’s behavior next year, instructing referees to slap overly dramatic players with technical fouls. The new rules also go as far to allow referees to interpret disagreement through non-verbal reactions.