Free agent Rashard Lewis,who missed last season to knee surgery, hopes to return to NBA next season,his agents Tony Dutt & Colin Bryant said
Nelson said the #Mavs may consider signing Rashard Lewis after his knee surgery. Mavs took 1-yr, $1.4 million deal for Lewis off the table.
Free agent forward Rashard Lewis has agreed to a one-year deal with the Mavericks, his agent Colin Bryant told Yahoo Sports.
SB Nation "The Heat's reign may have been self-appointed from the moment they came together, but Miami's greatest asset was always going to double as its biggest hurdle on the way to pursuing championships. LeBron James, Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh is the best foundation of talent in the NBA, but they..." June 10
Hot Hot Hoops "The Miami Heat announced today that the long-awaited HEAT Name Collection will finally be unveiled. These newly designed jerseys replace the player's last name with their nickname. The Heat will wear them for the January 10 road game against the Brooklyn Nets and at the AmericanAirlines Arena..." January 07
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Rashard Lewis needed a moment. Actually, he needed a little bit longer. Last week he tried to recall the last time he played meaningful minutes in the fourth quarter. At first, he couldn't remember. It took a few head scratches before he finally sort of pinpointed it. "It was last year,"..." November 22
As expected, Rashard Lewis and James Jones exercise options to return. Jones said "I plan on being around a few years." Same with Rashard.
Miami Heat F Rashard Lewis will exercise his player option and return for 2013-14 season, his agent Colin Bryant tells @CSNNW.
Hot Hot Hoops "When reporters linked the Miami Heat to then-free agent Rashard Lewis last July, I said he wouldn't fill any of the Heat's needs. I even pondered whether his days as a productive NBA player were over during the preseason. I have no problem admitting now that I was wrong. Lewis has pleasantly..." November 11
Miami Herald "Twelve of the Heat's current players received rings on Tuesday night. Two of those who did not were plotting during the ceremony on how to get their own. While the majority of the Heat's players were standing in full view on the court's baseline and enjoying the party-like atmosphere, Ray Allen..." November 01
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Rashard Lewis is at a stage in life where nightlife is the least of his concerns. He's married and more focused on finding the perfect pre-school for his five-year-old daughter this fall in Miami. So a few weeks here in Sin City to train in preparation for his first season with the Heat is..." July 18
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Rashard Lewis is no longer the baby-faced kid who entered the NBA straight out of high school in 1998. He made that clear Wednesday when he told the South Florida media about his already graying hair. It was Lewis' way of saying his career is nearing an end and time is running out to win a..." July 12
Miami Herald "The Heat, which drained a record-tying 14 three-pointers in its NBA Finals series-clinching victory last month, has emerged from the first week of free agency with a roster that's now even more dangerous from distance. Days after adding guard Ray Allen, the Heat on Tuesday secured a commitment..." July 11
Washington Post "Rashard Lewis didn't play in the first half of the Wizards' 98-77 win over the Detroit Pistons and was heckled for a large portion of a game by a fan seated near the visiting team bench. During a timeout, Lewis stood up and the fan shouted, "Hey, Rashard. I came to see you! Who do I need to talk..." February 13
Washington Post "Rashard Lewis's former franchise is no longer in the place that he left it — figuratively and literally. A year after Lewis departed Seattle to sign in Orlando in 2007, the SuperSonics bolted for Oklahoma City and became the Thunder. Only a few faces remain from his days with the organization,..." January 19
Washington Post "As practice came to a conclusion on Monday, Rashard Lewis huddled along the sideline for a few minutes with Wizards assistant Sam Cassell. Lewis walked away from the conversation laughing, then shot a long jumper before the leaving the court. Before he headed to the locker room, a flock of..." January 10
Washington Times "A little more than one year ago, Rashard Lewis awoke to discover the equivalent of coal in his Christmas stocking. Just one week before Christmas, Lewis was traded from the playoff-contending Orlando Magic to the Washington Wizards for Gilbert Arenas. Lewis, now a 13-year NBA veteran, is..." January 04
Washington Post "The last time Rashard Lewis was at Amway Center, Orlando Magic fans gave him a raucous ovation in gratitude for 31 / 2 seasons of service. It could've also been a rally of sympathy and support for a former all-star who had been banished to the NBA purgatory known as a rebuilding..." January 04
Washington Times "The last time the NBA missed games due to a lockout, Washington Wizards forward Rashard Lewis was a rookie. It was the 1998-99 season, which was compressed into a 50-game schedule. Lewis was 19 years old, fresh out of high school and had slipped into the early second round on draft night before..." December 24
Washington Post "The phone rang, but Rashard Lewis couldn't answer when he looked at his caller ID and saw Orlando Magic General Manager Otis Smith was on the other end. Lewis was trying unsuccessfully to take his usual pregame nap but overcome with angst after hearing rumors during the morning shoot-around that..." December 18
Washington Post "Less than a year after the Orlando Magic dealt Rashard Lewis to the Wizards, the franchise has already waived the player it traded him for — writing a $63 million check for Gilbert Arenas simply to go away — and is already in crisis mode with franchise player Dwight Howard formally requesting a..." December 13
Washington Post "Jordan Crawford soared from the baseline to throw down a tomahawk dunk, made a wide-open three-pointer, nodded as he whirled around to celebrate and later dropped a bounce-pass alley-oop for John Wall to tap in. Rashard Lewis took a defender off the dribble for a driving layup and cut to the..." December 08
Washington Post "The moment the NBA and its players' union made the amnesty clause a possible option for the next collective bargaining agreement, Rashard Lewis became the most likely candidate for the Wizards to waive. Under the amnesty clause, teams would be allowed to waive any player, with pay, and have..." November 01
Washington Post "he NBA is reportedly proposing another so-called "amnesty" clause in the next collective bargaining agreement to allow teams to waive a player and pay the rest of his contract without having it count against the salary cap or the luxury tax. Rashard Lewis is the most likely candidate for the..." October 01
Orlando Sentinel "Rashard Lewis' monster contract – and, in turn, his skills – received a lot of scrutiny from Orlando Magic fans this year before the team traded him to the Washington Wizards in December. But what would you think about Lewis playing for the Magic without the $118 million dollar contract..." May 19
Washington Post "More than two weeks after having a platelet rich plasma injection in his right knee, Rashard Lewis is ready to start to get prepared for next season. His initial stint with the Wizards came to an end last month, when the pain in his right knee became unbearable and he was ineffective. The..." April 05
Orlando Sentinel "He may have to settle instead for his former teammates' laughter. Tuesday, in his first trip back to the arena he helped launch, Lewis wandered into the Orlando Magic locker room after the team had finished its practice. Everyone cracked up when they saw Lewis standing there, wearing a..." February 16
Washington Examiner "The Wizards finally won their first road game of the season last weekend. But that only frees them to battle for the remainder of the year much as they have all season -- albeit without the threat of a dubious record hanging over every contest. Multiple challenges remain for Washington,..." February 16
Washington Post "His image still covers banners hanging on light posts surrounding Amway Center, and his former coach credits him with helping the $480 million hoops cathedral the Orlando Magic calls home get built, so it was impossible for Rashard Lewis to return, less than two months after he was traded, without..." February 16
Washington Examiner "Rashard Lewis said he's considering surgery to alleviate nagging tendonitis issues in his right knee, but he's not ready to bail on the Wizards. For now, he plans to continue playing through the pain. After hobbling through 29 minutes on the floor and scoring three points -- his second-lowest..." February 11