Former Sonic Rashard Lewis Talks About Reuniting With Ray Allen In Miami
The Miami Heat got two more shooters. The Orlando Magic, at least for now, are keeping their center. A flurry of deals were completed Wednesday and another one was put on hold on the first day contracts could be signed in the NBA. Ray Allen and Rashard
The two-time All-Star can provide the offensive floor spacing that Shane Battier gave the Miami Heat in the playoffs.
The Seattle SuperSonics drafted Rashard Lewis with the 32nd overall pick of the 1998 NBA Draft and he was with the team for nine seasons before moving on to the Orlando Magic in a sign-and-trade deal. During his time with Seattle, he became a fan
Today was the first day that free agents could officially sign with their respective teams, and the Miami Heat wasted little time getting their newest additions to put pen to paper. Pat Riley and the Heat family welcomed Ray Allen