Former NBA star Rasheed Wallace sells Portland home for $3.125 million
Former NBA basketball player Rasheed Wallace has sold a home in Portland, Ore., for $3.125 million. At 10,058 square feet, the three-story Tudor Revival is more than twice the size of a regulation basketball court. A pitched roof, dormer windows and half-timber accents are among exterior details. Public records show the property previously sold in 1999 for $578,000.
A Case For The Naismith HOF: Rasheed Wallace?
A consensus All-America in 1995, Rasheed Wallace helped lead UNC to the Final Four that season. He was the USA Today High School Player of the Year in 1993. Wallace was a 4-time NBA All-Star, won a world championship in 2004, scored 16,006 points, grabbed 7,404 rebounds, handed out 1,994 assists, blocked 1,460 shots and had 1,090 steals in his career.
Podcast: Bomani Jones Welcomes Rasheed Wallace
Bomani Jones welcomes 4x NBA All-Star Rasheed Wallace to the show to cover a variety of topics, including his three-point prowess as a big man, generational differences in the game of basketball as well as career stops in Portland, Detroit, and Washington. Plus, his time at UNC, why he played in Air Force 1s, and why he won't give up his 90s hip-hop.
Video: No. 4 UNC beats No. 2 Kentucky to advance to 1995 Final Four - March 25, 1995
No. 4 North Carolina beats No. 2 Kentucky, 74-61, in Birmingham to advance to 1995 Final Four. Regional MVP Jerry Stackhouse has 18 points, 12 rebounds, six assists, two steals and two blocks. This was a loaded UNC roster, featuring Stackhouse, Rasheed Wallace, Dante Calabria, Donald Williams, Jeff McInnis, and Shammond Williams.
Tar Heels Today: Coby White, Ryan Switzer, UNC-Duke OT Thriller Flashback
Coby White outshines Duke commit Joey Baker, a heartfelt "thank you" to UNC fans from OL Khaliel Rodgers, Ryan Switzer to receive the Patterson Medal, time to let the freshmen big men take their lumps, and more in Tar Heels Today.
Rasheed Wallace’s Crib Has Become a Ghost Mansion. This Is What It Looks Like Now.
Thirteen years ago, the famously talented and infamously abrasive Rasheed Wallace left Portland for the Detroit Pistons. Since then, Wallace's sprawling Dunthorpe home has stood vacant. In 2002, two years after Wallace bought it, the 1924 mansion showed up on MTV's Cribs. The home has a five-car garage, five fireplaces, five full baths and a swimming pool.
2020 PF Mark Williams Visits UNC
Mark Williams is the No. 6 power forward and No. 25 overall player in the 2020 class. He was on campus for the UNC-Duke football game recently and spoke about the visit. “It was good. We played pickup with the guys. Rasheed Wallace was even playing.” Even though Williams is only a sophomore, he said he felt like everyone welcomed him right away, which left a big impression.
11 things you may not know about Rasheed Wallace
Rasheed Wallace outscored Kobe Bryant in the epic Lakers-Blazers 2000 Western Conference Finals. He was named High School Player of the Year in 1993 ahead of Jerry Stackhouse. He never made an All-NBA Team. He was the third highest paid NBA player in 2003-04. He holds the record for most technical fouls in a season with 41 in 2000-01.
Video: Tribute Honors Rasheed Wallace
Rasheed Wallace is one of the more beloved former UNC and NBA players of all-time. It's not just because of his level play but because of his personality and antics. Wallace played at UNC from 1993-1995. He averaged 13.0 points and 7.4 rebounds while shooting 63.5% from the field. The Philadelphia, Pa. native was selected No. 4 overall in the 1996 draft.
Rasheed Wallace brings more water to Flint: 'It's not stopping up here for us'
A green Ford Bronco, with North Carolina plates, arrived at Dion's Party Store Friday afternoon - with three truckloads full of fresh water. A massive 6-foot-11, 42-year-old man was behind the wheel. Once he opened the door, everyone in the parking lot quickly identified Rasheed Wallace, the former Detroit Pistons star. But the retired NBA veteran didn't stand around and chat.
UNC Basketball: Former, current Tar Heels participate in pickup game
The pickup basketball games at UNC are always something special. Each year former, current, future players and even students are seen playing pickup games at several courts across campus. Players Luke Maye, Joel Berry and Theo Pinson are out there with former players such as Marcus Paige, Jawad Williams and Rasheed Wallace. There’s even some video.
Rasheed Wallace: 2004 Pistons Would Beat the Warriors
Add Rasheed Wallace to the growing list of former NBA champions who think their team would dominate the Warriors in a seven-game series. Wallace says his 2004 Pistons would be able to defensively “lock down” Golden State. Sheed was a recent guest on the Timeout with Taylor Rooks podcast. "Oh, we’d run through them. Not even close. We play defense."
Someone Finally Put Rasheed Wallace’s ‘Ball Don’t Lie’ Rule To The Test
Jason Concepcion of The Ringer has put to test one of basketball’s most widely recognized natural laws. Rasheed Wallace made a name for himself for shouting “Ball don’t lie!” when an opposing player missed a free throw solely because Spalding itself was exacting revenge on his behalf. He also won a championship, but whatever—this is more important.
Rasheed Wallace issues plea to help Flint residents: 'It looks like a 3rd-world country'
But the residents of Flint, Mich., don’t have the luxury of ignoring the enormous elephant in the room. Even two and a half years since the crisis’ inception, the city’s water supply is still tainted with lead. And former Detroit Pistons great Rasheed Wallace went on television in a spot on Kevin Garnett’s new TNT segment, Area 21, to shed light on the ongoing situation in one of the nation’s struggling communities.
LeBron channels Rasheed Wallace after missed free throw: “Ball don’t lie!”
Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James didn’t agree with a foul he committed against Charlotte Hornets forward Frank Kaminsky on Saturday, so he summoned the ghost of Rasheed Wallace when it came time for Kaminsky to shoot free throws. Yes, he broke out the "Ball Don’t Lie" bit. He even did it in the style of Sheed, yelling it so loudly that it could be heard on TV.