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Rasheed Wallace Plans To Sign With Lakers

Over a year and a half since he last played in an NBA game, Rasheed Wallace will come out of retirement and sign with the Lakers, according to A. Sherrod Blakely of

Wallace played for the Celtics in 2009/10, but had the rest of his contract bought out by the team and retired that summer. While the 37-year-old hasn't played since Game 7 of the 2010 NBA Finals, he was said to be contemplating a comeback earlier this season.

The Lakers, with 14 players on their roster, won't have to make a move to clear a spot for Wallace. There had been speculation that the team could sign Gilbert Arenas using that roster spot, but the Lakers didn't make a move after watching Arenas work out in L.A. As for Wallace, Blakely hears from sources that a renewed conditioning regimen has the veteran big man looking better than he has "in years." Still, as a rival executive tells Blakely, Wallace will merely provide bench depth for the Lakers — adding him doesn't necessarily mean the team is more inclined to move Pau Gasol.

Marc J. Spears of Yahoo Sports reported in early February that the Lakers may have some interest in Wallace if Kenyon Martin signed elsewhere. Martin, of course, ended up in Los Angeles, but signed with the Clippers, not the Lakers.

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13 thoughts on “Rasheed Wallace Plans To Sign With Lakers

  1. Conman


  2. monkeydung

    awesome. this should really add some needed youthful speed and energy to the team.

  3. I just choked on my gum reading this.

  4. dc21892

    Sheed played his heart out last time he appeared in an NBA game. Nice to see him back in the NBA.

  5. Tyler James Boswell

    I am having trouble seeing any kind of reason behind this signing…

    • acves

      when they trade pau, they will need some depht at Power Forward

  6. acves

    oh my gosh

  7. acves

    Well lets roll in Allen Iverson now………….wth

  8. Hellraeza

    He is a way better defender on the block than Pau gasoline. And he can spread the floor way better then most lakers on the roster. So its a decent move. Still need a better pg and a better small forward.

  9. Murcio32

    I’ll believe i when I see it. You guys also said Iverson was on the verge of signing with the Lakers. You guys just post bogus reports.

    • HoopsRumors

      Iverson to the Lakers? We never had that.

      Blakely’s a good reporter and covered Wallace for years in Detroit. I’d be surprised if he was wrong here.

      — Luke

  10. Michael_Jordan

    Who needs Lamar Odom when you have Rasheed Wallace?

  11. Daryl Varges

    this is really a horrible move how about sign someone who can actually still play

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