Rasheed Wallace is reportedly considering a comeback and may be able to find a landing spot, should he get into game shape this season.
We've gone too long without the magic of Rasheed Wallace in the NBA, but may not have to dream about what might have been much longer. According to a report from Yahoo!'s Adrian Wojnarowski on Thursday night, Wallace is considering a comeback, and could find a destination should he decide to pick the game back up.
There are concerns, however, mainly with Wallace's conditioning and whether he'd be able to get into game shape quickly.
In a limited role, several GMs told Yahoo! they still believe his scoring and defending ability would probably be better than anyone else available to them.
One NBA GM with potential interest in signing Wallace said, "I'd be worried about his conditioning in a condensed season."
It's unknown which teams may be interested in Wallace at this time. Wallace retired following the 2010 season -- a year in which he struggled with injuries and conditioning. But after a year and a half away from the game, Wallace may be ready to make a comeback, at least for the stretch run of the 2012 campaign.