Wallace posted eight points (1-4 FG, 6-6 FT), six rebounds and four assists over 25 minutes in Saturday's 113-103 win over the Bulls.
Wallace returns to more of a bench role with Avery Bradley and Tobias Harris joining the club. The two-way contract, California product has proved worthy of quality reserve minutes, averaging 11.8 points, 3.7 boards, 2.6 assists and 0.9 steals from 32 minutes per game in the 14 matches he's played since being called up from Ontario. That said, expect his minutes to decline with Danillo Gallinari now healthy.
Wallace will move to the bench for Saturday's game against the Bulls.
Due in large part to injuries, Wallace had started every game since Jan. 10, but he'll be replaced by Avery Bradley, whom the Clippers acquired from Detroit as part of the Blake Griffin deal. Bradley is the frontrunner to hold onto the spot going forward, so Wallace will likely sink back into a reduced role, especially once Austin Rivers returns to action. Entering Saturday, Wallace has played at least 31 minutes in each of his last 10 games.
Wallace scored 19 points (6-12 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 7-7 FT) while adding six rebounds, six assists and a steal in 32 minutes during Sunday's 112-103 win over the Pelicans.
It was arguably his best performance since signing with the Clippers in early January, but Wallace could see his minutes begin to dry up in the near future with Danilo Gallinari (hip) and Austin Rivers (heel) both potentially back in the lineup in the next couple of weeks.
Wallace is starting at small forward for Thursday's matchup against the Kings, Sean Cunningham of ABC 10 Sacramento reports.
Wallace exploded for 22 points, six rebounds, four assists and two steals in the team's game Wednesday against the Warriors, which has seemingly earned him a starting spot, even with Milos Teodosic (foot) returning. It's unclear what kind of run he'll see, but he's averaged 28.0 minutes over the past three games.
Wallace posted 22 points (7-11 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 7-9 FT), six rebounds, four assists and two steals across 34 minutes in Wednesday's 125-106 win over the Warriors.
Just signed to a two-way contract last Friday in the wake of the Clippers' multiple backcourt injuries, Wallace managed a career-best scoring haul in what was his most extended stint of playing time over the three games he's suited up for. The game marked a homecoming of sorts for the 2016 second-round pick, who'd starred in the Bay Area during his college career at the University of California. Wallace has now posted double-digit scoring in all three contests in a Clippers uniform, leading to averages of 15.3 points (on 46.7 percent shooting, including 66.7 percent from three-point range), 3.7 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.7 steals across 28.3 minutes. With Austin Rivers (heel) and Milos Teodosic (foot) both hampered by uncertain recovery timetables, Wallace remains an asset very much worthy of fantasy consideration for the moment, particularly in deeper formats.
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