|Apr. 17 8:31 AM PT9:31 AM MT10:31 AM CT11:31 AM ET15:31 GMT11:31 PM 北京时间8:31 AM MST10:31 AM EST19:31 UAE17:3111:31 ET10:31 AM CT14:31 - Wallace has retired again from the NBA after he was unable to recover from a left foot injury.
Analysis: Wallace ended a two-year retirement this season to join the Knicks and was a key player off the bench during their strong start. But he hadn't played since December before returning Monday against Charlotte, but he exited after 4 minutes because of continued soreness.
|Dec. 18 3:34 PM PT4:34 PM MT5:34 PM CT6:34 PM ET23:34 GMT7:34 AM 北京时间4:34 PM MST6:34 PM EST3:34 UAE (+1)00:3418:34 ET5:34 PM CT21:34 - Wallace returned Monday versus Charlotte.
Analysis: The 38-year-old Wallace was recovering from a fractured bone in his foot.
|Dec. 9 6:58 PM PT7:58 PM MT8:58 PM CT9:58 PM ET2:58 GMT10:58 AM 北京时间7:58 PM MST9:58 PM EST6:58 UAE (+1)03:5821:58 ET8:58 PM CT0:58 - Wallace missed Sunday's game with Denver with a sore left foot.
Analysis: Wallace is day to day.
|Dec. 2 9:32 AM PT10:32 AM MT11:32 AM CT12:32 PM ET17:32 GMT1:32 AM 北京时间10:32 AM MST12:32 PM EST21:32 UAE18:3212:32 ET11:32 AM CT15:32 - Wallace picked up two technical fouls and was ejected for the first time since returning to the NBA in the first quarter of the Knicks' game Sunday against Phoenix.
Analysis: It was Wallace's 30th career ejection, according to STATS, LLC. The temperamental forward has been called for more than 300 techs in his career, leading the league seven times, though he said before the season he was more mellow now after a two-year retirement.
|Oct. 3 9:45 AM PT10:45 AM MT11:45 AM CT12:45 PM ET16:45 GMT12:45 AM 北京时间9:45 AM MST11:45 AM EST20:45 UAE18:4512:45 ET11:45 AM CT15:45 - The New York Knicks have signed Wallace, a four-time All-Star who is ending a two-year retirement.
Analysis: The 38-year-old Wallace last played for the Boston Celtics in the 2009-10 season. Terms of his contract signed Wednesday were not announced. Wallace joins an aging bench that includes Kurt Thomas, who turns 40 on Thursday, 39-year-old Jason Kidd and 38-year-old Marcus Camby.
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