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Marcus Lewis - PF, 6'8, 245
Signed in Asia - Signed with Sonic Boom KT in South Korea
       Date of birth: 08/05/1986
       Country: USA
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2009
     Out of: Oral Roberts
  NBA Experience: 0 years
  Hand: Right

Date
League
Transaction
7th September, 2009 Poland Signed with Znicz Jaroslaw for a one week tryout.
14th September, 2009 Poland Released by Znicz Jaroslaw.
4th November, 2009 D-League Designated as a local tryout player by Tulsa 66ers.
30th October, 2010 D-League Designated as a returning player by Tulsa 66ers.
2nd November, 2011 D-League Designated as a returning player by Tulsa 66ers.
9th December, 2011 NBA Signed an unguaranteed one year minimum salary contract with Milwaukee.
19th December, 2011 NBA Waived by Milwaukee.
22nd December, 2011 D-League Re-acquired by Tulsa 66ers.
23rd May, 2012 Venezuela Signed for the remainder of the season with Trotamundos.
30th July, 2012 Spain Signed a one year contract with Murcia.
19th August, 2013 France Signed a one year contract with Gravelines-Dunkirque.
24th July, 2014 South Korea Drafted 9th overall in the 2014 KBL Draft by Sonic Boom KT. Concurrently signed a one year contract.
When: Where:
2004 - 2006 Portland (NCAA)
2006 - 2009 Oral Roberts (NCAA)
September 2009 Znicz Jaroslaw (Poland)
November 2009 - April 2010 Tulsa 66ers (D-League)
July 2010 Oklahoma City Thunder (Summer League)
October 2010 - December 2011 Tulsa 66ers (D-League)
December 2011 Milwaukee Bucks (NBA)
December 2011 - May 2012 Tulsa 66ers (D-League)
May 2012 - June 2012 Trotamundos (Venezuela)
July 2012 Portland Trail Blazers (Summer League)
July 2012 - June 2013 Murcia (Spain)
August 2013 - June 2014 Gravelines-Dunkirque (France)
July 2014 Oklahoma City Thunder (Summer League)
July 2014 - present Sonic Boom KT (South Korea)
From blog:


   2010 Summer League Rosters: Oklahoma City Thunder
2010-07-05

Marcus Lewis

Marcus Lewis is a 6'8 power forward, formerly of the University of Portland, who transferred the team after his sophomore season after being suspended indefinitely for repeated rules violations. He sat out a year while transferring to Oral Roberts, before putting up 8.6ppg in 5.5rpg in his junior season. Lewis, a big old post player with good hands and good footwork yet without much interest in keeping his weight down, managed to shed 40lbs before his senior season, averaging 13.3ppg, 7.2rpg and 2.3apg. He then spent his first and thus far only professional season with the Thunder's self-owned D-League affiliate, the Tulsa 66ers, where he averaged 4.2 points, 3.6 rebounds, 2.1 fouls and 0.9 assists in 16.. He sat out a year while transferring to Oral Roberts, before putting up an unspectacular 8.6ppg in 5.5rpg in his junior season. Lewis, a big old post player with good hands and good footwork yet without much interest in keeping his weight down, managed to shed 40lbs before his senior season, averaging 13.3ppg, 7.2rpg and 2.3apg. He then spent his first and thus far only professional season with the Thunder's self-owned D-League affiliate, the Tulsa 66ers, where he averaged 4.2 points, 3.6 rebounds, 2.1 fouls and 0.9 assists in 16.2 minutes of 49 games.

In many ways, Lewis resembles Michael Sweetney. Lewis doesn't have NBA talent and isn't about to; he's here because he's a Tulsa 66er, who can fill out the roster for a bit. Nevertheless, there should be work for Lewis around the globe if he stays in shape, some of it paying pretty well. May I recommend Japan.

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   Where Are They Now, 2010 Summer League
2010-09-17

- Marcus Lewis - Lewis will almost certainly return to the Tulsa 66ers.

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