Rasheed Wallace becomes HS coach
March 8, 2019
By The Associated Press
DURHAM, N.C. (AP) Former NBA star Rasheed Wallace is now a high school basketball coach in North Carolina.
Jordan High School in Durham held a news conference Friday to announce the 6-foot-10 Wallace is taking over as boys' varsity head coach.
Wallace said during the news conference that he had opportunities to work in the NBA but added: ''Knowledge should be free and it doesn't cost anything to pass that knowledge to these young men.''
Wallace played for Dean Smith at North Carolina for two seasons before being the fourth overall draft pick in 1995. He played 16 NBA seasons, was a four-time All-Star and helped the Detroit Pistons win the 2004 championship.
Wallace also worked an assistant coach for the Pistons for a season.
Copyright 2019 by STATS LLC and Associated Press.
Any commercial use or distribution without the express written
consent of STATS LLC and Associated Press is strictly prohibited.
5-0 G-Plays, 20-6 Picks, +2,448 TY
7-1 L6 Days, 6-0 Guarantees
5-0 L5 Guarantees, 10-3 L13 Picks
10-2 L2 Days, 13-5 L18 G-Plays
6-3 L3 Days, 26-7 L33 Over/Unders
25-9 L34 G-Plays, 37-16 L53 Picks
5-2 Last 7 NBA Selections
26-11 L37 Over/Under Plays
8-3 L11 G-Plays, 11-5 L16 Picks
5-1 L6 G-Plays, 12-6 L18 Picks
3-1 Picks, 15-7 Totals, +1,545 TY
3-0 Y'day, 11-5 Picks, 4-1 G-Plays
With a VI Gold Membership, you can SAVE 20%
off Daily Pick packages, SAVE 10%
off a Live Odds Pro subscription, and receive access to up to 1,000
Member Plays each month!