Found April 17, 2013 on Knickswag:
The Knicks announce that Rasheed Wallace has retired. — Al Iannazzone (@Al_Iannazzone) April 17, 2013   The Knicks announced they have signed Earl Barron — Al Iannazzone (@Al_Iannazzone) April 17, 2013 Earl Barron is a Knick again after the retirement of Rasheed Wallace ,due to his foot injury. The Knicks brass has been thinking outside the box since day 1. Earl’s first stint here in the Mike D’Antoni era was an interesting one, as I thought he played well during his time here in a Knicks uniform. I always thought the Knicks should have re-signed him the following year as a bench guy, but they had other plans. Now Earl is back in the blue and orange. What will he bring? Earl will get some burn the last game of the season, however I do not expect to see him much in the playoffs, unless need be. Earl can rebound, block shots and hit the “KT” style jumper with consistency. He a little weak down in the paint, this is why he has not been a major contributor on many teams in the league. I like this pick up for NY.   Peter A – Knickswag The post Rasheed Wallace Calls it Quits…Knicks Sign Earl Barron in His Place appeared first on Knickswag - A New York Knicks Blog - News, Rumors, and more!.
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