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Maybe the writers are talking a little too much on press row

Vince Ellis of the Detroit Free Press:

You don’t expect Hakeem Olajuwon impersonations from Ben Wallace.

But that’s what you got midway through the third quarter Monday when Wallace nailed a turnaround, fade-away jumper along the left baseline over a Knicks defender.

Ted Kulfan of The Detroit News:

Late in the third quarter, with the Pistons on an 8-0 run that gave them the lead, Wallace was calling for the ball on the low block. With a defender on his back, Wallace made a strong move, stepped back and arched a beautiful jumper that gave the Pistons a 68-64 lead.

Someone remarked about how that particular play looked like something from Hakeem Olajuwon’s heyday.

2 Comments

  • Jan 21, 201012:40 am
    by toasterhands

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    Ha, now that’s funny.

    That shot was one of those nooooo… Yes!! shots

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