Found September 29, 2012 on Knicks Fanatics Blog:
Rasheed Abdul Wallace (born September 17, 1974) just turned 38 years old last week. Many sources including the post are reporting that Sheed will officially sign with the Knicks this Monday.  Some will say he's "washed up" others will cheer this move. Make no mistake. a healthy 15-20 per game Rasheed can help the Knick go all the way this year and that fact in itself may be the reason Rasheed wants in with New York ONLY. Here's a little bit of information you may not know. During Rasheed's last NBA game ( game 7 Celtics vs Lakers) Wallace was troubled by his Mother's health. She was not expected to live 6 months from his last game as a Celtic. Rasheed's Mother defied all odds and is now in total recovery and indeed healthy and somewhat a medical miracle. Who can blame Rasheed for wanting to be with his Mother during her then supposed last days? Barkley, O'neal and many have dissed this team. However, we Fanatics know better. Rasheed has a ring under...

Rasheed Wallace to sign with Knicks?

Rasheed Wallace has been working out with the Knicks, and according to reports, he's coming out of retirement to sign with the team.

Rasheed Wallace reportedly coming out of retirement to join Knicks

Rasheed Wallace reportedly is coming out of retirement to join the Knicks. The 38-year-old versatile forward hasn’t played in the NBA the last two seasons. He averaged 9 points and 4.1 rebounds per game while shooting 40.9% from the field in the 2009-2010 season for the Celtics. Although he looked old and ineffective that season (and embarrassing), the Knicks appear to be interested...

Report: Wallace to sign with Knicks

Power forward Rasheed Wallace reportedly has told the New York Knicks he will come out of retirement to play for them. The 15-year veteran worked out with the Knicks on Saturday, but has not signed a contract with them, according to, citing a league source. Wallace, who retired after the 2009-10 season, is expected to be with the Knicks when they open training...

Rasheed Wallace Comes Out of Retirement, Will Sign With Knicks

Rasheed Wallace has informed New York Knick officials that he will come out of retirement and will sign with the Knicks, according to a league source. Wallace worked out with the Knicks last week as he was thinking of making a return to the NBA. The New York Post reports that Wallace will join the team on Monday. When the Knicks do sign Wallace, he will join one of the oldest teams...

Rasheed Wallace To Make Comeback With The Knicks?

One of the fiercest competitors to play in the Association in the last decade; may attempt an NBA comeback with the New York Knicks, according to an article the “New York Post” published on Friday. The paper reported that their sources state, that the big man will join the team’s training camp on Monday, after agreeing to a one-year deal at the veteran’s minimum salary....

Rasheed Wallace will play for Knicks, come out of retirement

The New York Knicks certainly keep us on the edge of our seats, that’s for sure. They seem to be attempting to grab the oldest big men bench players available. Marcus Camby and Kurt Thomas were acquired earlier this offseason to provide depth in the front court; and now, Rasheed Wallace is joining them. That’s right, the same Rasheed Wallace that we saw walking off the court...

Rasheed Wallace Will Sign with NY Knicks on Monday

  According to The New York Post, the New York Knicks will finalize a deal with 38 year old Rasheed Wallace. Rasheed has been retired for the last 2 years and is attempting to come back to help the Knicks on their journey to a NBA title. Rasheed will join the team at training camp on tuesday and begin his quest to get back into game shape.   READ MORE…. (80)

Darko the Serbian Gangster

Lex has been delving into all things Darko lately. In one post, he talked about how Darko got the nickname Serbian Gangster. It seems that the ubiquitous Rasheed Wallace made this comment after Darko was traded from the Pistons: "Man, Darko is good," Wallace said. "We call him the Serbian Gangster because Darko ain't going to back down from nobody. When...

Breaking News! Rasheed Wallace has agreed to join the Knicks

According to the New York Post, they have reported that Rasheed Wallace has come out of retirement and has agreed to join the Knicks. The 7 feet power forward Rasheed Wallace, who worked out with the New York Knicks last weekend, will be coming back to the NBA and he hasn't played in two years ago when he was a member of the Boston Celtics NBA Finals team in 2010. New York...

Do the Knicks have a need for Sheed?

Now this is a nice little bit of NBA news on a rainy afternoon. Reports are saying that Rasheed Wallace is coming out of retirement to join the New York Knicks. Now he has not signed but he has passed the physical and a contract could be done any time. The ball don’t lie on this one I hope. I miss Sheed and his sound bytes. But can the old man who once was a low post monster,...

Rasheed Wallace To Join Knicks On Monday

Rasheed Wallace first worked out for the Knicks last Saturday and had been considering ending his retirement.

Have the Knicks Already Signed Their Fifteenth Man?

From Tracy McGrady to Kenyon Martin, and now, Rasheed Wallace, the rumors surrounding which veteran(s) (if any) will ultimately be joining the Knicks as the team heads into training camp next week are swirling.Though they will bring 19 players to Westchester, only thirteen of those guys will hit the hardwood resting assured they have guaranteed contracts for the upcoming season....
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