Rasheed Wallace is not expected to make a decision on the Celtics’ offer of a mid-level exception contract for at least a week. The Celtics sent Ray Allen, Kevin Garnett, and Paul Pierce, along with president of basketball operations Danny Ainge and managing partner Wyc Grousbeck, to Wallace’s suburban Detroit home for a three-hour meeting Thursday.
Wallace will meet with other teams next week — he is high on the lists for Orlando and San Antonio, teams which could offer him a starting position. The Celtics project Wallace as a backup. Charlotte is also interested in Wallace, who owns a home in North Carolina.