New York Knicks Forward Rasheed Wallace Out For Season?
Rasheed Wallace recently suffered a foot injury that has put the rest of his 2012-13 season in jeopardy–which is the last thing the New York Knicks want to hear considering they’ve been one of the top teams in the Eastern Conference with All-Star Weekend right around the corner. At first, all signs pointed to Wallace missing the rest of the regular season and even seemed like his career would be done as well, but if he as anything to say about the situation–that won’t be the case.
Despite the injury, Wallace claims there’s nothing to worry about with the foot injury and he insists that he’ll return to the court at some point this season. Wallace joined the Knicks this year after sitting out the last two seasons.
For a player that has always been a monster on defense, New York would love to have Wallace back at some point in the season if they’re going to continue being one of the top teams left in the Eastern Conference. The Knicks have been fun to watch all season and fans would love to see nothing more than Wallace earn at least one more championship before he decided to call it a year.
Say what you want about Wallace, but the truth is he’s always been one of the most entertaining players to follow when on the court–mainly because he’s never afraid to speak his mind and is always finding new ways to get himself technical fouls. And on some occasions–the classic ejection.
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