Rasheed Wallace

New York Knicks #36 - Forward

  • Born: 09/17/74
  • Age: 47
  • Height: 6-11
  • Weight: 230

San Antonio vs. Boston, Final Score: Spurs outlast the Celtics in wild game, 110-106


The Silver and Black pick up a victory over an Eastern Conference contender.

Which College Basketball Program Would Have the All-Time Greatest Dream Three-on-Three Basketball Team?


I was sitting at Dunkin Donuts this morning, drinking a medium coffee with cream, eating one of their delicious new grilled cheese sandwiches, and reading an article about the 20th anniversary of...

CJ McCollum Passes Rasheed Wallace On Blazers’ All-Time Scorers List


With his dominant performance over the Kings, McCollum moves into the 10th spot.

Blazers Conquer Kings in 125-99 Laugher


Sacramento had no answer for Portland’s depth or CJ McCollum’s scoring.

This week in Knicks history: David Fizdale tries to motivate the squad with an actual ax


The tactic did not result in a turnaround for the team.

2020 NBA Draft Profile: Paul Reed


Could Paul Reed provide the two-way skills of a Paul Millsap replacement?

Detroit Pistons, NBA mobilized massive voter education campaign because #BallotDontLie


Celebrate your voice and your vote with our new Ballot Don’t Lie T-Shirt

Which Blazers Tandem Would You Want as Coaches in Portland?


Following the news of Steve Nash and Amar’e Stoudemire’s reunion in Brooklyn, we ask our readers to choose which Trail Blazers tandem would make for an interesting coaching staff.

The NBA Finals shows the importance of the Spurs finding a franchise player


On the roster, in Free Agency, or through the draft, the Silver and Black need a go-to guy to bring them back to respectability.

Grizz Verzuz Series Part III: Shareef Abdur-Rahim vs. Rudy Gay


Battle of the Best All-Around Wing Players in Grizzlies History

The Blazers’ Best Playoff Performance


Zach Buckley of Bleacher Report contends it is the the 2000 Conference Finals against the Los Angeles Lakers.


Doc Rivers’ history of playoff collapses, explained

For the third time in his head coaching career, Rivers’ team blew a 3-1 lead in the NBA playoffs.