"Wallace, who retired after 15 seasons in 2010, has been working out and probing some close league friends about possible destinations to sign for the rest of the season, sources said.
When reached on Friday, Wallace's agent, Bill Strickland, would only tell Yahoo! Sports' Marc Spears: "As a veteran player, [Wallace] knows what it takes to be reinstated."
One NBA GM with potential interest in signing Wallace said, "I'd be worried about his conditioning in a condensed season."
Oh, you needn't worry.
(Photo thanks to @BREYQUICK, taken at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.)
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