Ben Wallace Out For Playoffs?

Copyright 2009 NBAE (Photo by David Liam Kyle/NBAE via Getty Images)

Copyright 2009 NBAE (Photo by David Liam Kyle/NBAE via Getty Images)

Big Ben has a knee strain, which could put his playoff run in doubt.

Wallace left Sunday’s game against Boston in the second quarter with what the team said was a bruise. An MRI taken at the Cleveland Clinic on Monday revealed a patellar tendon strain. Wallace will not play in Monday’s game at Indiana and is listed as doubtful for the regular-season finale on Wednesday against Philadelphia.

The Cavs have overcome injuries this season (although none to anyone nearly as important to them as KG is to us)… so I find it hard to believe that his put anything in any jeopardy for them.  However, SHOULD KG be out again… and SHOULD the Celtics have Leon and Big Baby at full strength… then losing a big interior body could hurt the Cavs in a potential ECF matchup.


5 Responses

  1. 2009 ben wallace isnt even a shadow of 2004 ben wallace..

  2. Lol…Ben Wallace sucks

  3. Wallace is washed up! It doesn’t matter if he is playing or not. Actually I think he is a liability with his free throw shooting.

  4. Who gives a shit about the cavs.. next season lebron sorry ass would be a yankee. wally and wallace would be playing in europe joe smith would go back to the thunder and varedick would be playing in brazil..

    mo williams and delonte are your new airheads the movie series…

    but still no championship in cleveland… tsk tsk tsk…

    only division banners hahaha…

  5. Baron said it best. He sure had alot of grey-hair under all that ‘fro….

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