Orlando Magic forward Rashard Lewis tested positive for an elevated testosterone level and was suspended Thursday for 10 games.
Lewis said in a statement that he took an over-the-counter supplement late last season that included a substance he did not realize was banned by the NBA.
He will be suspended without pay for the first 10 regular-season games for which he is eligible and physically able to play.
The Orlando Sentinel first reported the positive test Thursday. Citing unidentified league sources, the newspaper reported the supplement contained DHEA, a steroids precursor.
Well, this would explain why he had the cahones to take so many clutch shots in the playoffs.