Rashard Lewis Refused To Play In Last Night's Game Against the Timberwolves

Rashard Lewis Refused To Play In Last Night's Game Against the Timberwolves

If the Washington Wizards' 0-8 start wasn't bad enough, why not add a couple of headaches to the mix? After John Wall called out his own teammates earlier in the week, Rashard Lewis actually refused to play in today's game against the Timberwolves after getting into an argument with Washington's assistant coach Sam Cassell before tipoff. With the two-time All-Star forward noticeably absent on the bench, the Wizards declared that Lewis was out because of a sore right knee. We're thinking it may have been more like, a sore ego. But hey, at least he has that $112 million contract to wipe away his tears.    

[via SB Nation]

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