Rasheed Wallace has had quite the career as he has the privilege to play for the Pistons, Wizards, Trailblazers, Hawks, Celtics and Knicks. He now will be returning as an assistant coach for the Detroit Piston.
Wallace retired at the end of last season with the Knicks after a 17-year playing career which was highlighted by his physical play and ability to stretch the floor with his impressive shooting behind the arch.
Wallace will have his hands full as he will have the opportunity to work with some good young talent in Andre Drummond, Greg Monroe and recently acquired Josh Smith.
Wallace averaged 14.4 points along with 6.7 rebounds during his career and scored 16,006 points, made 1,086 3-pointers. The icing on the cake was his two the NBA Finals with the Pistons.
Look for his experience in the Finals along with 17 NBA career to really benefit the young talent on the Pistons roster.