Wallace Not Happy With Pistons Offer

by | Jul 3, 2006 | 15 comments

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


  1. Anonymous

    After that shit I would trade Ben Wallace for Kevin Garnett! Ben is not worth, no 50 million a year!

  2. bigdaddysheed36

    if ben goes to chicago for a couple extra million dollars then he’s just being a selfish asshole. detroit is the team that gave him the opportunity to be known and be in the situation to be the top free agent in the off-season. if he just walks out on detroit for just a couple extra million, fuck.

  3. Anonymous

    wtf is wrong with him he needs to sign with the pistons or theyre done with 8(

  4. Anonymous

    Big Ben is gone…..i cant believe it….they just said on espn that he is signing with the bulls.

  5. Chris

    I will never again cheer for Ben Wallace. ESPN.com is reporting that Ben has informed the Pistons that he will sign with the Bulls on July 12th. F**k him. He may make his extra million a year, but he’ll never be welcome back in Detroit.

  6. Anonymous

    bens gone, goodnight dynasty.

  7. Anonymous

    Our new center: #00 out of Adynasty University, the 6 feet under, Endova Nera.

  8. Anonymous

    The Bulls have offered 60 million for 4 years. It Sucks but the pistons only offered him 48 mil. 12 million dollars is a lotta money
    and most likely this is his last big contract. It’s Sad but i guess it’s all about the BENjamins:(

  9. Anonymous

    wtf, I cannot believe this. All these years he has been the face of The Pistons. And just for a couple million more, he’s gone.

  10. Anonymous

    Pistons are better off without ben! Ben missed too many free throws and did not play offense well!KG IS GONNA BE BETTER THAN BEN!

  11. Anonymous

    who cares about him now, chauncey,rasheed,rip,and tayshaun will get more points. joe d shoud’ve traded him for KG

  12. nick

    Ben is leaving for more money and I still believe Flip Saunders. He wants to be part of the offense. Flip doesn’t know how to make him part of the offense because he has no offensive abilities, what can Flip really do?

  13. dhrumil

    man fuck ben wallace!..he was my favorite player here..HE LEFT OVER 2 MILLION MORE DOLLARS!!!he wudda been makin about 12 mil a year with us and 14 with chicago..COMON NOW hes just selfish..its ok..we’re gonna sign bonzi wells and we got nazr mohammed..its all good…we’re gonna win a ship before ben ever will again!

  14. Josh

    i think we should of traded ben b4 he was signed by the bulls. we should of traded him for tyson chandler. or do a 3 way trade with another team to get a guard.


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