All We Are Give Sheed a Chance

Dayne DurantiCorrespondent IJuly 3, 2009

MILWAUKEE - FEBRUARY 07: Rasheed Wallace #30 of the Detroit Pistons reacts after being called for a technical foul against the Milwaukee Bucks on February 7, 2009 at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The Pistons defeated the Bucks 126-121 in overtime. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agreees that, by downloading and/or using this Photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Not since "The Lord of The Rings " has such a great fellowship traveled west in search of answers.

Thursday, Celtic owner Wyc Grousbeck, President Danny Ainge, Coach Doc. Rivers, Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Ray Allen made a pilgrimage to Michigan to meet with the attractively available Rasheed Wallace.

The scuttlebutt is that Celtics offered the emotional center a mid-level 5-6 million dollar deal. Wallace reportedly is in no hurry to make a decision.

Some Celtics fans are jumping up and down, stomping their feet at yelling that they don't want Wallace in Boston.

Mostly because he jumps up and down, stomps his feet and yells.

Yes Wallace is very familiar with the Technical Foul.

The emotion will be good for Boston. 

Wallace will fill a great void that Boston has in size, aggressiveness and emotion.

Don't misunderstand me, I am not saying that the Celtics don't have emotion; I am just stating that they could use more.

Rasheed Wallace is being billed as a bad boy and a possible cancer in the locker room.

I think this is an unfounded worry.

How quick we forget that Wallace was a Tar Heel. And he played for Dean Smith.

It has been said that the only man who could stop Michael Jordan was Dean Smith.

So Smith sure as heck could keep Wallace in check.

Rasheed has had his ups and downs. He currently averages seven rebounds a game and fifteen points.

I think with the Boston support system, players and coaches, that Wallace could be amazing.

K.G is one of his good friends and he respects Doc. Rivers to no end.

Sounds like a recipe for success to me.