"Ball Don't Lie"

Possibly Rasheed's most popular and well-known bite is "Ball don't lie," something he says after being called for a foul he believes he didn't commit. It's not original, as it's been used on playgrounds for decades, but Sheed has made it a name brand, taunting opposing players at the free throw line whether he was standing in the lane or even sitting on the bench. His reasoning? If you didn't make the free throw, you weren't really fouled, and the ball -- in all its goodness -- would make things right with the world.



FLCeltsFan said...

Sounds reasonable to me...

Lex said...

Should be a fun and funny year

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