HoopsHype Rashard Lewis rumors

October 31, 2014 Updates

This year, Ray Allen and Rashard Lewis remain free agents. Allen is biding his time while waiting to see what team he might fit with, and retirement remains a possibility for the 39-year-old. Lewis is working out, sometimes in Dallas, to recover from a knee problem. "We haven't talked to him, but I think he's doing it the right way," owner Mark Cuban said of Allen. "He's waiting to see who's doing well. If it comes down to it, we'd always consider it. We're always open to improving the team. But you don't want to mess up a good thing, either. That's when Caron got hurt and Roddy got hurt. But Peja is a good example," he said referring to Caron Butler and Roddy Beaubois injuries creating a need for Stojakovic in 2010-11. Dallas Morning News

October 2, 2014 Updates
July 30, 2014 Updates

Dwain Price: 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. Twitter @DwainPrice

July 23, 2014 Updates
July 22, 2014 Updates

New Dallas Mavericks forward Rashard Lewis will soon undergo right knee surgery, his agent told Yahoo Sports. The Mavericks announced the signing of Lewis on July 19 after he agreed to a one-year contract paying the veteran's minimum. Lewis' agent Colin Bryant said it's uncertain how long Lewis will be sidelined. It's also uncertain if the Mavericks will try to void Lewis' contract. Lewis' knee injury was discovered during a physical for the Mavericks. A Mavericks spokesperson declined comment. Yahoo! Sports

Marc J. Spears: Agent Colin Bryant: "Rashard discovered he needs a medical procedure on his right knee to ensure he functions at a high level this season. We look forward to (Lewis) getting this behind him as soon as possible so he can continue his stellar NBA career" Twitter @SpearsNBAYahoo

July 16, 2014 Updates

The Dallas Mavericks have come to terms with veteran 3-point shooter Rashard Lewis on a one-year deal. A source confirmed that Lewis will make the veteran minimum salary of $1.4 million, which would preserve the Mavericks’ $2.7-million salary cap exception slot for one of the last two guaranteed rosters spots. Dallas Morning News

July 15, 2014 Updates
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June 16, 2014 Updates
June 15, 2014 Updates

Miami will try to fight off elimination in the NBA Finals tonight with Ray Allen in the starting lineup and regular starting point guard Mario Chalmers on the bench. The Heat announced shortly before tipoff in San Antonio they will start LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, Rashard Lewis and Allen. They also deactivated Greg Oden and Justin Hamilton, meaning Michael Beasley will be available for the first time in this series. Palm Beach Post

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