Rasheed Wallace Gets The Boot After Just 85 Seconds

Rasheed Wallace Balls Don't LieHere is the stat line for reserve forward Rasheed Wallace, from Sunday's 106-99 win over Phoenix:

1:25 minutes played, two technical fouls, one ejection.

The 38-year-old Knick is coming off a two-year retirement, but has not lost his ability to incur the wrath of NBA referees.

Wallace received his first technical for whacking Luis Scola across the forearm, well after the whistle. The second came as a result of Wallace yelling "Ball don't lie," along with other profanities, after Goran Dragic missed the subsequent free throw.

The North Carolina alum now has more than 300 career technical's. He has led the NBA in this dubious category seven times.

Wallace is off to a good start this season, already garnering four T's, while now totaling 31 career game ejections. Wallace is the all-time league leader in technical fouls and holds the NBA "record" for most T's in one season with 41.

Meanwhile, New York is 7-0 at home, its best beginning to a season since 1992-93, when the Knicks started 9-0.

In addition, the Knicks are now 18-1 at home since Mike Woodson replaced the fired Mike D'Antoni as head coach.

Check out video of Wallace's most recent antics below.