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Rasheed Wallace might be the most hip-hop of all NBA players. 

Here Sheed poses with Adrock of the Beastie Boys (who got him to sign his custom AF1’s), Pete Rock, DJ Premier, and Geechi Suede of Camp Lo, and Trugoy and Posdnous of De La Soul.

Legends.

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    this HELLA clean, no doubt. however, he also HATED on E-40 which in my biased book(s) makes him just as “hip-hop” as...
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