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KNICKS WALLACE RETIRES
By Tommy Rothman
Knicks forward Rasheed Wallace has retired from the NBA for the second time. Generally regarded as the greatest human being of all time, the 4-time All-Star will ride off into the sunset as an NBA champion and the all-time leader in technical fouls. “Sheed” missed most of the 2012-2013 season with a foot injury.
Rasheed has given this team everything he had. He is a winner, true professional and leader on and off the court. Due to his injury, he will not be available to play for us during the playoffs
– Knicks Coach Mike Woodson
Sheed’s retirement opens up a roster spot for the Knicks, who may or may not sign a player for the NBA playoffs.
Rasheed Practicing with Knicks in pre-game walkthrough
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Woodson speaks about Sheed’s chances of returning