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Extractions: d. July 27, 1993 NBA Statistics Other Resources The 6-foot-7, 195-pound Lewis starred at Northeastern University in Boston, averaging 22.2 points a game in four years as a starter. He was chosen in the first round of the 1987 NBA draft by the Boston Celtics. He missed a good part of his rookie season with an injury and was a backup during the next two seasons, but averaged over 30 minutes a game because he could be used at small forward or shooting guard. Very quick, Lewis could score by driving to the basket or by shooting from outside. Lewis became a starter in 1990-91, when Larry Bird was out much of the year with an injury, and he was named the team's captain after Bird's retirement in 1992. He averaged 20.8 points a game in both 1991-92 and 1992-93. In Boston's first game of the 1993 playoffs, Lewis collapsed and had to be taken to a hospital. Displeased when a team of doctors told him he would have to give up basketball because of a heart disease, Lewis changed hospitals and doctors in the middle of the night. He was then advised that his heart was healthy and that he could begin training again, under medical supervision. He died of a heart attack while taking part in an unsupervised workout. Top of Page History Biography Glossaries Calendar Quotations Trivia ... Directory Season Team G Min FGM FGA FG% FTM FTA FT% Reb Ast STL BLK Pts PPG BOS BOS BOS BOS BOS BOS Totals Top of Page Other Resources
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Reggie Lewis reggie lewis Class of 1987 Inducted in 1995 Men s basketball reggie lewisleft fans around the nation with memories of his basketball accomplishments. http://gonu.com/hall/rlewis.html
Extractions: Men's Basketball Reggie Lewis, Sr. has been elected to the Hall of Fame for his extraordinary accomplishments in the sport of basketball. Lewis died suddenly and tragically on July 27, 1993 from a heart ailment, but it was not before he had left an indelible impression upon Northeastern and the entire city of Boston. Sometime during the Baltimore native's first season at Northeastern, it became clear: Lewis was not just a player, not just a starter, not just the league Rookie of the Year. Reggie Lewis was on his way to becoming the best Northeastern and New England had ever seen. A few short months later, the Boston Celtics drafted Lewis in the first round of the NBA draft. Lewis began his career as a reserve on the bench, then worked his way into the regular rotation, then to the starting line up and then to the Celtics' go to guy and their leader. In 1992, his selection as an NBA all-star came as no surprise. It was also no surprise when Reggie became the Celtics' sixth captain, taking the reins from Larry Bird. Lewis starred in his inaugural year at the helm of the Celtics, scoring 21 points per night and leading the Green to the '93 playoffs. But, in the Celts' first postseason game, the heart problem that would later result in his death caused Reggie to collapse and marked not only the end of his brilliant basketball career, but also a brilliant life. Reggie Lewis left fans around the nation with memories of his basketball accomplishments. But also memorable was his demeanor off the hardwood. His contributions to the community were just as consistent as his jumpshots. Reggie's widow, Donna Harris-Lewis, has continued her husbands legacy of kindness through the Reggie Lewis Foundation, which annually sponsors events like its Turkey Giveaway each Thanksgiving, an event Reggie began.
Reggie Lewis Track & Athletics Center The reggie lewis Track Athletic Center is on the campus of Roxbury Community practice basketball courts, with provisions for volleyball and wrestling. http://gonu.com/facilities/rltac.html
Extractions: From the West (Massachusetts Turnpike): Follow turnpike into tunnel and take Prudential exit. Proceed westbound on Huntington Avenue, staying in the right lane. Do not travel in the left lane and go under overpass. At second stoplight, take a left onto Mass. Ave. Continue on Mass. Ave. three blocks and take a right onto Tremont Street. The RLTAC is approximately one-half mile ahead on the left just past the new Boston Police headquarters. Public Transportation: Take the Orange Line to the Roxbury Crossing stop. The Center is directly across Tremont Street from the station. The 70,000 square foot field house provides permanent seating for 3500 people. The multi-purpose rooms, with a net of 3500 square feet, can be divided into four separately, equally sized rooms. These rooms also have a full-sized kitchen. The 12,000 square foot gymnasium has permanent bleacher seating for 500 with the additional availability for 800 more seats. The gymnasium seats 500 spectators and has one regulation and two practice basketball courts, with provisions for volleyball and wrestling. It can seat 1300 people in its assembly configuration. The Center also contains a dance studio, seminar/instructional rooms, multi-purpose rooms, training rooms, a weight and fitness room, shower/locker facilities, and administrative offices for the Center and the RCC Athletic Department. Northeastern runs its indoor home track meets at the Center. It contains a 200 meter Mondo Super-X Oval Track, an eight lane 55-meter dash runway, provisions for high jump, long/triple jump and pole vault in addition to practice dash lanes and long/triple jump pits. The infield of the track contains four courts that can be used for basketball, tennis or volleyball. The bleachers can seat 3500 spectators, but with extra seating could hold over 5000 spectators. The Mondo Super-X surface is one of the fastest surfaces in the world. This was proven recently when the world record-holder in the 100 meter dash and 60 meter dash, Maurice Greene, set an American soil record in the 60 meter dash at the ever growing New Balance Invitational, a meet that showcases some of the world's elite track athletes to a large Boston audience.
Encyclopedia: Reggie Lewis lewis tragically died when he collapsed on the basketball court at an offseason reggie lewis appeared in a coin-operated video game called NBA Jam. http://www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Reggie-Lewis
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Extractions: showHide_TellMeAbout2('false'); Business Entertainment Games Health ... More... On this page: Wikipedia Mentioned In Or search: - The Web - Images - News - Blogs - Shopping Reggie Lewis Wikipedia Reggie Lewis Reggie Lewis November 21 July 27 ) was a basketball player for the Boston Celtics from . Lewis tragically died when he collapsed on the basketball court at an off-season practice in due to a heart ailment. He averaged 20.8 points per game in each of his last two seasons with the Celtics, and finished with a career average of 17.6 points per contest. His #35 jersey was retired by the Celtics as a memorial to him. This entry is from Wikipedia, the leading user-contributed encyclopedia. It may not have been reviewed by professional editors (see Mentioned In Reggie Lewis is mentioned in the following topics: Muggsy Bogues List of National Basketball Association players Jim Calhoun Boston Celtics ... Northeastern University, Boston Wikipedia information about Reggie Lewis This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License . It uses material from the Wikipedia article "Reggie Lewis" More from Wikipedia Your Ad Here Jump to: Wikipedia Mentioned In Or search: - The Web - Images - News - Blogs - Shopping Send this page Print this page Link to this page Tell me about: Home About Tell a Friend Buzz ... Site Map
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America East Official Website: Men's Basketball America East basketball championship information MEN WOMEN 1, 2709,reggie lewis, Northeastern, 198387. 2, 2474, Eddie Benton, Vermont, 1992-96 http://americaeast.com/mbasketball/individualcareer.htm
Extractions: Points Reggie Lewis, Northeastern Eddie Benton, Vermont Tunji Awojobi, Boston U. Vin Baker, Hartford Ray Hall, Canisius Rebounds Malik Rose, Drexel Tunji Awojobi, Boston U. Mark Halsel, Northeastern Kevin Roberson, Vermont Allen Ledbetter, Maine Assists Andre LeFleur, Northeastern Jeff Timberlake, Boston U. Shawn Teague, Boston U. Craig Claxton, Hofstra Marty Higgins, Maine Steals Al McClain, New Hampshire Craig Claxton, Hofstra Howard Hudson, Vermont Andre LaFleur, Northeastern Reggie Lewis, Northeastern Blocks Kevin Roberson, Vermont Tunji Awojobi, Boston U. Erik Nelson, Vermont Vin Baker, Hartford Monte Henderson, Siena Field Goals Made Reggie Lewis, Northeastern Tunji Awojobi, Boston U. Vin Baker, Hartford Ray Hall, Canisius Al McClain, New Hampshire Field Goals Attempted Reggie Lewis, Northeastern Eddie Benton, Vermont Vin Baker, Hartford Ray Hall, Canisius Tunji Awojobi, Boston U. Three-Point Field Goals Made Mike DeRocckis, Drexel