"Rashard Lewis has been in contract limbo for months, anticipating the day when principal owner Clay Bennett assumed control of the Sonics and the two sides could begin discussions on a two-year, $25 million extension. However, a few hours after the $350 million sale between the Bennett-led Professional Basketball Club and the outgoing ownership group was finalized, (Rashard) Lewis withdrew his demand for an extension, according to his agent, Kevin Poston. The 27-year-old forward has the option of voiding the final two years of his deal after the 2006-07 season and becoming an unrestricted free agent."
if rashard did become a unrestricted free agent, would you want him on your team? where would he go?
it depends on how much he asks, he is young, he is a good scorer and average defender who can knock the 3 pt really well, i owuldnt mind having him, if he were to accept to play for free of course, we have zero money left.
that would be a sweet lineup, but no way would we be able to keep both wells and rashard, unless 1 or both are willing to take a discount. who knows, maybe wells will love houston so much that he doesnt decide to opt out, but thats as likely to happen as shogon losing his virginity.