Lakers vs. Celtics Game 4: Boston Needs More ‘Big Baby,’ Less Drama from Wallace

June 11th, 2010 by Dan Adams Leave a reply »
When you hear, Glen "Big Baby" Davis, it resembles the typical nickname associated with prize fighters. Big Baby does everything, but fight on the basketball court. He has given his team the inside presence missing from Celtics roster. His 30 points and eight rebounds over the past two games can not describe what he has brought to the Celtics lineup in the 46 minutes he has been on the floor.

On the other hand, you have Rasheed Wallace. He embodies everything you do not want in a teammate. Midway through the fourth quarter as the Celtics were building a substantial lead, Wallace crosses Kobe's face to block his shot. The referee called a foul that really looked legitimate on the live feed. Wallace bolted around the sideline, throwing his hands up in there, yelling profane remarks, and he earned a technical foul. 

Wallace could be considered one of the most selfish players on the court in NBA history with the amount of technical fouls he receives even with the NBA Championship on the line.

With less than four minutes in the game, Wallace was knocked to the floor and just laid underneath the hoop while his teammates played ...

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