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Wallace is pondering a return to the NBA.
Sheed's personality may be questionable. His winning pedigree, though, is not.
A member of the dominant Pistons squad in the mid 2000s, Rasheed then went to Boston, where he continued his winning ways. In 2010, the Celtics made it to the Finals with Sheed, losing in seven games to the Lakers.
That was the last we saw of him.
Wallace is best known for his all-around game, a versatility rarely seen in power forwards. His defense and rebounding were first rate. Offensively, he was a threat from anywhere on the floor. In his last season with the Celtics he settled for too many three-pointers, but that can be remedied.
While Rasheed may have lost a step (or two), his skill set has been undeniable through the years. His conditioning and seriousness about being an NBA player again may be the biggest factor in his return.
However, if he can get those things right, without demanding too much money, he could very well be returning to the NBA before you know it.