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Dr. J. Naismith 12-07-2007 05:06 PM

Big Ben Regrets Leaving Detroit?
 
He hasn't publicly said so, but you can guarantee a big part of him wishes he'd of stayed there. But what does he care, he's ripping the Bulls off with a horrendous contract and looking like an sub-par NBA player. :D

Quote:

Originally Posted by Detroit Free Press
Chauncey Billups said he has talked with Wallace a few times and, not surprisingly, Wallace isn't enjoying himself.

"You know Ben," Billups said.

"He's a sore loser. He's not happy about it at all. But I don't blame him."

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Quote:

Originally Posted by The Detroit News
This season, the Pistons are off to another great start at 13-5 and are among the conference's elite once again.

When asked if he made a mistake, Ben Wallace didn't hesitate, "You live and learn," he told The Detroit News on Thursday.

Wallace, however, doesn't regret moving on.

"It was my decision, and I stick behind it 100 percent," he said. "There's no doubt in my mind that I was in a great situation in Detroit. I hate to have to quote old sayings, but all good things come to an end."

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INSIDER 12-07-2007 07:59 PM

lol.. thats a laugh... he's regreting going to the bulls, and the bulls are regretting signing him.
he sucks!
everyone knows he's a hack, he's a terrible player.
detroit made him good, that scheme that offense, that game type. he's nothing out of it.

MangoKidHoops 12-10-2007 04:17 PM

He should regret leaving. Sometimes I don;t understand people who leave winning/happy/family environments just for a bit more money. I mean, you're gonna get paid either way. Why not just stay someplace where you're happy and familliar with. The grass isn't always greener on the other side.

INSIDER 12-10-2007 05:36 PM

i think it was more a respect issue for him.
detroit refused to pay him what he thought he deserved.
unfortunately, he (along with the majority of NBA players) have an ego issue and bloated sense of self worth.
he wanted 100 million! how dare detroit only offer 85! what a travisty of justice!

he thought the owners were being cheap, and didnt value him. so he felt unappreciated.
and chicago showed him money and love...

raptor123 12-10-2007 06:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by INSIDER (Post 1211)
i think it was more a respect issue for him.
detroit refused to pay him what he thought he deserved.
unfortunately, he (along with the majority of NBA players) have an ego issue and bloated sense of self worth.
.

All i can say is it looks good on him. :p


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