REIGNING NBA champions Miami Heat continued to bolster their line-up for next season after veteran Rashard Lewis agreed to a two-year contract, according to a report by ESPN.com.
The deal gives the Heat another potent shooter after acquiring Ray Allen, who will be introduced to the media on Wednesday (Thursday, Manila time).
Lewis, who ranks fifth among active players in three-point conversions, and Allen, the NBA all-time leader in three-points made, are former teammates with the Seattle Supersonics.
In other NBA news, Tim Duncan is staying with the San Antonio Spurs after agreeing to a three-year contract, Yahoo! Sports reported. The Spurs will also keep Danny Green and Boris Diaw.
Blake Griffin of the Los Angeles Clippers has agreed to a five-year contract extension.
Lou Williams agreed to sign a multiyear deal with the Atlanta Hawks.
JR Smith will stay with the New York Knicks.
The Golden State Warriors will trade Dorrel Wright to the Philadelphia 76ers.
NBA.com reported that the Los Angeles Lakers, Oklahoma City Thunder and the Miami Heat are in the wish list of free agent veteran Grant Hill.
Los Angeles Lakers owner Jerry Buss was treated in a medical facility due to dehydration.