Perhaps it's a little known fact at this point, but both Ben Wallace and Rasheed Wallace were former Washington Bullets, albeit no blood relation and one year apart in Wizards franchise history. That is to say, the Wallace duo did not play on the same NBA team until 2003, when Rasheed joined the Detroit Pistons.
Ben and Rasheed helped the Pistons to an NBA Championship that season, the third in franchise history and the first since 1990, when the "Bad Boys" secured back-to-back rings. Along the way, Rasheed earned 18 technical fouls and an ejection over the regular season, the second most technicals in the league that year behind Stevie "Franchise" Francis (19 technical fouls). Rasheed, however, would go on to lead the league in technicals over the next three seasons (67 in total), with an average of 4.7 more technicals than second place.
Many fans will remember Rasheed for his "knucklehead" behavior, or his tendency to get heated during the course of a game. He didn't, however, throw punches at fans, as did Ron Artest, Stephen Jackson, and Jermaine O'Neal, during what was later dubbed the "Malice in the Palace." In fact, Rasheed was about one of the only players on the court with a cool head, as he pushed teammates back and tried to jaw things out.
Rasheed, a four-time NBA All-Star, will return to the Palace next season as an Assistant Coach. He spent more seasons with the Portland Trail Blazers overall, but he will forever be known for the success--and technical fouls--he brought to Detroit. On the other side, he ended up a 72.1% career shooter from behind the free throw line, a stat determined in part by concentration and an area of his game which he improved upon over the course of his career. Theatrics aside, Rasheed aimed for success.