Originally posted on ZagsBlog.com:
NEW YORK — Give this to Rasheed Wallace. He’s honest.
Wallace basically conceded after the Knicks smashed the defending NBA champion Miami Heat, 104-84, Friday night that West Coast players often have trouble focusing for games in New York because they like to go out and party the night before.
“It was really hard for the simple fact, with it being New York, it’s a lot of things to do here in the city,” Wallace, who spent the first nine seasons of his career in Washington and Portland, said in the Knicks locker room.
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