Even though he was with the Chicago Bulls for only two years, he presence was still felt on the court. Offered here are two Chicago Bulls memorabilia pieces of Ben Wallace. One is a bobble head and the other is a statue. The bobble head is from Verizon Wireless and is 8 1/2" tall. The other is a statue of Ben Wallace leaping up in the air and snagging the rebound. It is from Hinckley Springs and signed with a silver paint pen on the base. Its number 1198 out 10,000 and stands 9 1/2" tall. Both items come in their original box and are in excellent condition. It's never too late to jump on the Bulls wagon, and what is a better way to start than bidding on this great item today! On July 3, 2006, Wallace agreed to a four-year, $60 million deal with the Chicago Bulls . Chicago Bulls coach Scott Skiles had a strict "no-headband" policy, but decided to make an exception for Wallace when his teammates voted in favor of allowing him to keep the signature headband. During his two-year run in Chicago, Wallace battled with various knee injuries and averaged 5.7 points, 9.7 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 2.0 blocks per game.