Nelson Chenault-US PRESSWIRE
After what looked like a rejuvenated ballplayer, Rasheed Wallace is seeing his stock numbers take a dive, especially after Sunday's ejection against the Phoenix Suns.
Wallace lacked the self-containment and screamed his infamous, "Ball don't lie." Moments later he was hit with his second technical foul and tossed from the game.
Oh yeah, and that was in just 85 seconds of being on the court.
Sheed has been on the decline performance-wise as well.
After going 3-5 against the Detroit Pistons, Wallace has struggled—in the three games before Sunday's against Phoenix, he was a combined 4-of-14 from the three-point arc, and if that doesn't concern you consider that in the loss to the Brooklyn Nets, he was 2-of-11 from the field.
I'm concerned with Sheed's poor shot selection as of late.
He's just chucking up three-pointers like he's Ray Allen, and it's hurting the team.
If Rasheed doesn't get his act together—performance and attitude—he might hurt the Knicks' chances of winning ballgames.