This year has seemingly been defined by the Jekyll and Hyde nature of the team. Dominate Atlanta, beat OKC, vs losses to Detroit and Washington...or just look at the home vs. away record.
Wallace has been one of the main culprits in the yo-yo that has been this season. Which begs the question, how much is he really worth? As of right now the team sits a game out of the playoff race in a very competitive Western Conference, those inexcusable road losses (not counting tonight's game...gotta expect the lakers to dominate every once and a while) have really added up and this team is seriously looking at not making the playoffs, in spite of a talent level that can compete with anyone on any given night.
Wallace turned down the chance to sign an extension so that he could get a better deal in the off-season when a lot of teams will have cap space. How far does the team go in chasing him. Does his production level even warrant his current salary, let alone a bigger number in the offseason.