Chris Webber’s Rookie Hazing Of Rasheed Wallace
The Wizards have zero chance of landing the fourth overall pick in tonight’s draft lottery. But the last time the team did have the fourth was in 1995 when they used it to select Rasheed Wallace out of North Carolina.
Those were the days when dreams were big and aims were high — ‘Sheed, Juwan Howard and Chris Webber, a murder’s row of bigs. But instead of success on the court, we are left cherishing the video clip below when Webber (not playing and suited) put a “I’m a rookie, kick me!” sign on Wallace’s back during a game (also not playing and suited). Ahh, the memories. Gheorghe Muresan is also shown not playing and suited.
[via A Stern Warning]
And while we’re looking at retro team videos, here’s an old school Bullets sales video:
[via Bullets Forever]
“Sometimes marketing is a lot like basketball. You want to score, but you need help …. the Washington Bullets can help your marketing efforts in a big way.”
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