Rashard Lewis

PF / Dallas Mavericks / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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  • Rashard Lewis planning NBA comeback
    By Shawn Krest

    Rashard Lewis plans to return to the NBA in 2015-16, after missing all of last season following knee surgery. The 35-year-old Lewis last played for Miami in 2013-14. He was cut by Dallas in training camp last season after failing a physical due to the knee injury. Lewis' agents, Tony Dutt and Colin Bryant, said that he hopes to return, per Yahoo.

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  • The Mavericks voided forward Rashard Lewis's contract Thursday, after he failed a physical due to an issue with his right knee. At this point, it is not clear how serious the injury is, but Lewis will require surgery, the team announced. The 34-year-old was expected to sign a one-year deal with the Mavericks, but his next move is not yet known.

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  • Rashard Lewis agrees to deal with Mavericks
    By R.J. White

    Free-agent forward Rashard Lewis has agreed to a one-year deal with the Mavericks, Yahoo! Sports reports. Lewis averaged 16.2 minutes in 60 appearances with the Heat last season while averaging 4.5 points and 1.8 points per game. He'll come off the bench behind Dirk Nowitzki in Dallas.

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  • Rashard Lewis held scoreless again off bench
    By Chris Towers

    Heat forward Rashard Lewis is stuck in a bit of a slump, and has seen his playing time as a result. He played just 11 minutes off the bench Thursday in a 109-102 win over the Lakers. Lewis was held scoreless in his 11 minutes of action, the second time that has happened in his last three games. He missed both of his field-goal attempts in the game, and added just two rebounds and one block in the loss. Lewis has scored in double figures six times in 41 games this season, and is averaging just 4.7 points per game, his lowest total since his rookie season in 1998-99.

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  • Rashard Lewis scores 12 in losing effort
    By Igor Mello

    Heat forward Rashard Lewis enjoyed a solid performance as he knocked down a pair of treys in his team's 104-95 double overtime loss to the Nets in Brooklyn Friday night.Lewis went 5 of 9 shooting from the field, including 2 of 4 from 3-point land. Both of his triple came from the right corner in the second quarter. He finished the game with 12 points, one rebound, one assist and two steals while logging 29 minutes of game action in a 104-95 defeat.Lewis has scored in double figures in two of his last five games. He has averaged 8.0 points, 2.2 rebounds and 1.2 assists over that span.

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    Season G FG FGP 3PT 3PTP FT FTP PTS PPG FPTS
    2016 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    2015 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    2013 60 98 41.5 46 34.3 26 78.8 268 4.47 8.6
    2012 55 103 41.4 51 38.9 28 62.2 285 5.18 8.5
    2011 28 85 38.5 16 23.9 31 83.8 217 7.75 13.6
    2010 57 252 43.3 87 35.7 77 80.2 668 11.72 19.9
    2009 72 350 43.5 168 39.7 145 80.6 1013 14.07 21.4
    2008 79 478 43.9 220 39.7 225 83.6 1401 17.73 28.3
    2007 81 516 45.5 226 40.9 218 83.8 1476 18.22 28.4
    2006 60 463 46.1 151 39.0 265 84.1 1342 22.37 33.6
    2005 78 538 46.7 142 38.4 350 81.8 1568 20.10 29.9
    2004 71 532 46.2 173 40.0 220 77.7 1457 20.52 28.8
    2003 80 535 43.5 145 37.6 206 76.3 1421 17.76 28.8
    2002 77 519 45.2 75 34.6 283 82.0 1396 18.13 28
    2001 71 455 46.8 123 38.9 162 81.0 1195 16.83 27.9
    2000 78 426 48.0 123 43.2 176 82.6 1151 14.76 24.9
    1999 82 275 48.6 40 33.3 84 68.3 674 8.22 14.2
    1998 20 19 36.5 1 16.7 8 57.1 47 2.35 3.4
    3 Year Avg 20 33 41.8 15 33.3 9 81.8 89 4.45 8.6
    Career 1049 5644 45.2 1787 38.6 2504 80.5 15579 14.85

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