Lewis, Arenas Reflect on New Circumstances

Lewis, Arenas Reflect on New Circumstances

His image still covers banners hanging on light posts surrounding Amway Center, and his former coach credits him with helping the $480 million hoops cathedral the Orlando Magic calls home get built, so it was impossible for Rashard Lewis to return, less than two months after he was traded, without getting a little sentimental.

"It definitely brings back a lot of memories - of trying to win a championship," Lewis said as he gazed at the giant high-definition scoreboard hanging above the arena floor.

Lewis won't be able to face his former team when the Washington Wizards play their final game before the all-star break, with right knee tendinitis forcing him to miss his third consecutive game. And as the Wizards came close to concluding practice on a court near the Magic practice facility, Lewis snuck away, hoping to visit some of his former teammates in the locker room.

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