The Detroit News is reporting that Ben Wallace is dissapointed with the Pistons offer.
The Pistons’ negotiations to re-sign free agent Ben Wallace have gotten off to a rough start.
Wallace, in an interview with The Detroit News on Sunday, said he wasn’t pleased with the Pistons’ initial offer.
“It was disappointing,” he said. “It was not at all what I expected.”
The Pistons’ initial offer was a four-year deal starting at $11.5 million and would pay him $49.6 million over four years. It would make Wallace the highest-paid player on the team next season, eclipsing Rasheed Wallace’s salary by $100,000.
Pistons president Joe Dumars, reached by e-mail, said he didn’t want to negotiate through the newspaper and declined comment. Via The Detroit News