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Pistons hope players heed Rasheed Wallace's message

Officially, Rasheed Wallace is not an assistant for the Pistons. He is an assistant for player development, which is why he sits in the second row during games. Still, he wants to see improvement, not only in the big men, but the Pistons as a whole. And he’s serious about his craft, and gives valuable input during practices. “There is only one speed I know how to go, and that is hard,” Wallace said.
Full article at Detroit News

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