Video: Rasheed Wallace gets his impersonation from Brandon Armstrong
The NBA impersonator is back with a quite nostalgic nod to one of basketball’s more spirited players of his time — Rasheed Wallace.
Brandon Armstrong nails every aspect of Wallace’s game, from the sweep-jab from the triple threat position to his high release with a feathery touch.
— B.A. (@BdotAdot5) October 5, 2016
And of course, it wouldn’t be a true Rasheed Wallace without the overly-exaggerated flailing, trash talking, and his classic line of “ball don’t lie” after a free-throw miss when he thought a foul was uncalled for.
The Philadelphia native played 16 years in the league and was one of the pioneers of the “3-and-D” power forward who could average a steal, a block, and a three or more per game.