[emediawire] The Top 10 'Basketball Superstar and Rap Icon' Duo's of All-Time From The "Dunkadelic Era" In America, 1984-Present 8. Rasheed Wallace and Chuck D./Eminem, Rasheed like his fellow N. Carolina Tar Heel Michael Jordan has 2 MCee's that compare to him. Rasheed known as "Roscoe" to his team-mates is the basketball star who creates controversy with his comments and actions as Chuck D. and Eminem do with their lyrics. Raheed who plays for the Detroit Pistons is the hometown of Eminem. Rasheed will "Fight for the Power" against the establishment just like Chuck D. and Public Enemy. Cool list if you are into urban culture. [Hoopsworld] NBA RUMOR MILL Ben Wallace (unrestricted) – There are two prevailing thoughts regarding Ben – one is that he does not like Flip Saunder’s system, and that he has decided to explore life elsewhere, the other is that Ben’s standoffish approach is more playing the cards to insure he gets a maximum contract. Its highly unlikely the Pistons let Ben walk, especially over money – but there are more than a couple of NBA sources who say its not a leap to believe the Pistons let Ben’s people shop him out and establish his value and make their decision from there. A source close to the Spurs said that if Ben wants to be a Spur, they would answer that phone call – a deal sending Rasho Nesterovic and Manu Ginobili, gets the money right for Ben, but would such a package interest the Pistons enough to move their best defensive player? Normally I would call BS on stuff like this, but Bill Ingram (the editor at Hoopsworld) has a lot of pull and inside access with the Texas teams. I'm inclined to believe such a thing would be possible and the Spurs interest could indeed be tangible. If there is one area of the league Hoopsworld covers well, it's Texas (and to a lesser degree, Portland).