Found February 13, 2012 on NBA.com:
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Ben Wallace will set an NBA record when Lawrence Frank sends him into Tuesday's game against San Antonio - most games played by an undrafted player. In a week where Jeremy Lin was all the rage, Big Ben's longevity reminds us all how rare his story truly is, Keith Langlois writes for True Blue Pistons.
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