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Rasheed Wallace Unlikely To Play This Season

Barring "a sudden change of heart," it doesn't appear Rasheed Wallace will come out of retirement to sign with a contender, tweets Chris Tomasson of FOX Sports Florida.

Wallace worked out for the Heat earlier this season, and at one point was rumored to be on the verge of joining the Lakers. Miami used its final roster spot to sign big man Ronny Turiaf — the Lakers still have an empty spot, but don't seem to be actively looking to fill it.

Wallace last appeared in an NBA game in the 2010 Finals for Boston against the Lakers. While he hasn't played in the league in almost two years, The 37-year-old was still moderately productive during his final season with the Celtics, averaging 9.0 PPG, 4.1 RPG, and 13.1 PER in 22.5 MPG over the course of 79 games.

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5 thoughts on “Rasheed Wallace Unlikely To Play This Season

  1. Normussestudillo

    At the state the Lakers is now, if the Lakers make the move, it wont hurt.

    • Kevin_naysmith

      That’s a good point specially since hill got hurt wouldn’t b a bad idea to sign him for the league minimum

      • PreRaph339

        Wallace is a beast and I would love for the Lakers to pick him up for the playoff run, but I have a question, can we still sign free agents?

        • HoopsRumors

          Yep, Lakers could still sign players for the minimum salary. Wallace would be playoff-eligible too since he hasn’t played for any NBA team this year.

          — Luke

  2. Bigg3j

    they should sign him. he could be more of a three point threat than everybody else on the lakers.

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