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Wallace was selected to the rookie team for the All-Star Weekend.
Late that year, he fractured his left thumb during a game against Orlando and did not return until the following season.
He returned to sign a one-year deal to play for the New York Knicks in 2012.
On April 17, 2013, Wallace announced his second retirement.
Wallace holds the single-season record for technical fouls.
In the 2000–01 season, Wallace received 41 technical fouls over a span of 80 games, about one technical foul for every two games.
University of North Carolina coach Dean Smith recruited Wallace to Chapel Hill, North Carolina for his college years.
As a rookie with the Bullets, Wallace played in 65 games, of which he started 51 for the injured Chris Webber.
Wallace has indicated that this North Carolina bond with Brown helped him adjust quickly to the Pistons system.
During his brief time at North Carolina, Wallace had success in the national spotlight.
Rasheed Abdul Wallace (born September 17, 1974) is an American former professional basketball player who played 16 seasons in the National Basketball Association (NBA).
A native of Philadelphia, Wallace played college basketball at the University of North Carolina before moving on to the NBA in 1995.
but he returned in time for a strong performance in the first round playoff series against the Los Angeles Lakers, which the Trail Blazers lost.