He's a damn good player. He can turn the tide on any team that doesn't have a forward combination worth mentioning, defensively. When he's aggressive, Lewis can truly change the flow of the game, and he's grown as a defender. Hardly matters. People who own six-year, $118 million contracts are expected to be all-world types, not players who average 17.7 points and 5.7 rebounds on 44 percent shooting. It's not Rashard's fault. He was the same player before he signed the deal in 2007 and after, but that doesn't mean he's worth the dough he'll make.Kelly Dwyer of Ball Don't Lie mentions Rashard Lewis' contract in a top ten list.