Rasheed Wallace talks about getting his own street and Philly pride

Four time NBA All-Star, NBA champion and Philadelphia native is getting a street re-named after him to honor his contributions to his community. 18th and Hunting Park will now be Road. " It means a lot. It means I was recognized for all the hard work and the things that I did. I always came back for many years." (Philadelphia Tribune)

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Rasheed Wallace talks about getting his own street and Philly pride

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