Gerald Wallace spoke to the press at Celtics’ media day. Someone listened and noticed that Wallace’s voice made a low pitch sound similar to that of a didgeridoo. If you’re not familiar with the didgeridoo, it’s a long wind instrument that comes from Australia. Thankfully, someone remixed Wallace’s business so that he is now actually a didgeridoo.
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