I also think the Wallace comparisions are a high ceiling to reach. Ben was probably the second hardest worker ever to play in this league behind Rodman. The guy was a workout fiend. He wasn't just good for leading the league in blocks, he also was up there in steals too. He's only one of four players in NBA history to record 2,000 career blocks and 1,200 career steals. So I say all of that to say, you have to have more than good coaching to be what Ben Wallace was. The guy had a motor inside him that never stopped. I don't see that with Biz. I understand the part about not being great before Detroit, but Ben wasn't playing for the worst team in the league. He was playing behind Juwan Howard, Chris Webber and Rasheed Wallace. Orlando was on the verge of a playoff berth when he was playing for them and he was a contributor. There is a possiblity that Biz could become Ben someday, but it is very tiny.
biz is a workout warrior too....every player says hes the first to get in the gym and the last to leave...remember kemba asked him "biz do you live here" lol....i really believe in bismack and feel he can reach his potential possibly a 10/12/3 type of guy