Rasheed goes off on officials, suspension possible Rasheed Wallace of the Detroit Pistons tried to bite his tongue. Honest, he did. Wallace wondered why the real issue — the officiating — wasn't addressed. After holding back, Wallace could do it no longer, so he let go with an expletive-filled tirade against the referees. Hamilton still questionable for Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals It's too soon to tell whether Richard Hamilton will be able to play in tomorrow's Game 6 matchup against Boston. But if the game were tonight, Detroit Pistons coach Flip Saunders said his leading scorer wouldn't be able to play. "It would be different if it was his left arm, but it's his right arm, his shooting arm, the golden arm" Saunders said. "I think he'll need to get it polished up a bit before he can play." If Hamilton doesn't play, look for rookie Rodney Stuckey to be in the starting lineup and either Juan Dixon or Walter Herrmann, to be added to the active roster.