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The Wolf Pack has hit the transfer market again, this time hoping a long-term investment pays dividends in Mike Lewis II, a transfer guard from Duquesne, committed Thursday morning to Nevada and will join the team at the start of the spring semester later this month.
Lewis led Duquesne in scoring during his freshman and sophomore seasons before seeing his minutes cut nearly in half this year, which led to his transfer, which was announced last week. I wish him well. I respect him and his decision. The St.
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Louis native averaged He stuck with Duquesne following the coaching change and averaged Duquesne, which is off to a start this season, added seven freshmen and four transfers this season, cutting into Lewis' minutes.
As a junior, he averaged 5. After playing only seven minutes in an overtime with over Eastern Kentucky three days before Christmas, Lewis announced he was leaving the school three days after Christmas.
That will leave him with one season of eligibility at Nevada in The Wolf Pack envisions the 6-foot-1, pound Lewis playing the role filled by Jazz Johnson, another diminutive guard, in Lewis' one year at Nevada, an instant-impact scorer off the bench.
Johnson's final year of eligibility is next year, with Lewis being an active member of the Pack the following season. In 76 college games, including 72 starts, Lewis averaged He shot He's made 3-pointers in his career, with 60 percent of his shots coming from beyond the arc. He's had 15 games hitting at least four 3-pointers, including a career-high seven 3-point effort against Delaware State last season.
Lewis is 21 points shy of 1, in his college career.
Born in Houston, Lewis played his high school ball for Chaminade in St. Louis, where he was part of the No.
Lewis becomes the third commitment in Nevada's class, which includes two other transfers: Pitt's Shamiel Stevenson and former Akron player Eric Parrish , who is playing junior-college ball in Louisiana this season.
The Wolf Pack still has four scholarships remaining in the class. Sports columnist Chris Murray provides insight on Northern Nevada sports. Contact him at crmurray sbgtv.