Both the Celtics and Nets looked sluggish for the first half, but one team -- the C's -- snapped out of it in the second, pulling away and eventually beating the Nets, 89-70. Check out Talking Points.
By Dane Carbaugh, NBCSports.com Pro Basketball Talk
Rasheed Wallace is a man of many talents. Playing basketball. Getting ejected. Helping the disenfranchised. Throwing towels. He’s a Renaissance man, really.
Oh, and apparently he does a spot-on Doc Rivers impersonation.
During a segment on Kevin Garnett’s “Area 21” TV show, Wallace not only brought attention to the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, but was able to emulate the Los Angeles Clippers coach strikingly well. It came while Wallace was breaking down Rivers recent explosion and ejection from a game against the Brooklyn Nets, an outburst for which he was fined $15,000.
From the Area 21 Twitter page:
"I can't repeat what he said...we ain't got the cuss button.” -Sheed & KG break down Doc Rivers' sideline outburst 🤐https://t.co/svjLdxUr2K— KG's Area 21 (@KGArea21) December 2, 2016
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