Rasheed Wallace, who has not played a game since game 7 of the 2010 NBA Finals as a member of the Boston Celtics, is considering coming out of retirement again to suit up for the New York Knicks.
The former All-star was seen working out with Marcus Camby and Kurt Thomas on Saturday and reportedly the New York Knicks have one available roster spot that they are interested in giving to Wallace according to ESPN Analyst Ric Bucher.
NBA news: Rasheed Wallace working out at NYK practice facility w/Camby and Kurt Thomas. Knicks’ considering.
— Ric Bucher (@RicBucher) September 23, 2012
Wallace is most known for his play with the Detriot Pistons helping them win an NBA title in 2004. He could see the same role with this them as he saw for the Celtics. a role player spelling the big men for the Knicks and being an energy boost with the second unit. At age 38 I don’t know how effective he can be, but adding another goon to your squad can’t be a bad thing.