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Rasheed Wallace on being an assistant at Memphis: ‘It was already written in its path’


was formally introduced to the media Tuesday as an assistant coach for the Tigers. This is Wallace’s first collegiate coaching job and the 16-year NBA veteran spent a great amount of time talking about the impact he wants to have on these players. He’s happy about the team he’s able to coach with — and Penny Hardaway. (WREG)

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Rasheed Wallace on being an assistant at Memphis: ‘It was already written in its path’


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