...the addition of Rashard Lewis, along with Ray Allen, to the Heat is a show of the team's eager effort to get another title.
Orlando, FL (PRWEB) July 12, 2012
After sitting out 33 games on the last NBA season, Rashard Lewis is back with a big surprise. According to espn.com, he is joining his former Seattle teammate Ray Allen in the Miami Heat. And as said by the entertainment and sports news website GreenBeanBuddy.com, his and Allen's addition shows that the Heat wastes no time gearing up for another championship.
Based on the report, Lewis made his decision to join the defending champion just four days after Ray Allen agreed to go with the Heat. And just like Allen, he chose it over other teams despite its lower offer. He got a 2.8 million two-year deal from the organization, detailed the report.
However, in addition to the said amount, the report related that Lewis will also receive 13.7 million. It is for his buyout from the New Orleans Hornets after they got him from Washington Wizards in June of this year.
Here's an excerpt of the post Rashard Lewis Went for Heat by GreenBeanBuddy.com.
“Free agency is reshuffling NBA ballers in a big way. However, it's all good for Miami Heat as they got another veteran player because of it. And that player goes by the name of Rashard Lewis.
"Reports have it that the former forward for Washington Wizard is set to jump in the team of Lebron James. And though it's not yet official, with the signing said scheduled today, fans are already raving about how his addition will make an unbeatable Heat. More so, as his former Seattle teammate Ray Allen also joined the Miami four days ago.”
According to GreenBeanBuddy.com, an entertainment and sports news website, the addition of Rashard Lewis, along with Ray Allen, to the Heat is a show of the team's eager effort to get another title. Besides that, it also commented that the two ballers' decision to join Miami's team exhibits the higher value that veteran players give to a championship over paycheck.
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