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Rasheed Wallace: The NBA's Lovable Bad Boy


Rasheed Wallace has always understood his responsibility, whether it is offense, defense or in the locker room. He plays hard on both ends of the court, he plays to win and he cares. It led him to the Final Four with North Carolina in 1995 and to an NBA title with Detroit in 2004. At Gratz, the 1993 graduate was a three-time Daily News All-City first-team selection. (Philadelphia Daily News)

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