Rasheed Wallace was an irresistibly fun talent from the mid-’90s straight through the 2000s. He could step out beyond the three-point line like a modern-day 4, but was best working around the post, firing off unblockable shots. At 6-11, he always stood tall and strong as a defender. After seven impressive years in Portland, Wallace was dealt to Detroit in February of ’04 and helped lead the team to a title.
Always one of the League’s most passionate dudes, ‘Sheed got fired up after a skirmish in Game 4 of that 2004 Finals series, and proceeded to sink the Lakers.