Bobcats' Wallace doubtful for Wednesday's game

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Leading scorer Gerald Wallace is doubtful
for the Charlotte Bobcats' game Wednesday night against San Antonio
because of a mild concussion.

Wallace, averaging 16.5 points, hit his head on a drive to the
basket in the second quarter of Charlotte's 95-91 overtime loss
Monday against Utah. He did not play in the second half and missed
practice Tuesday.

Coach Bernie Bickerstaff said the team will be cautious with
Wallace, who missed four games last December with a concussion.

"It's completely up to the doctors," Bickerstaff said. "I
talked with him early this morning and he's just very sore."

All five starters sat out practice Tuesday with a variety of
bumps and bruises, but Bickerstaff believes Emeka Okafor,
Primoz Brezec and Brevin Knight will play against the Spurs.

But Bickerstaff said guard Kareem Rush, who aggravated a
thumb injury against the Jazz, is doubtful.