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KnicksorBust
07-05-2010, 12:53 PM
There are lot of under the radar players from last season and I was curious what fans around the league thought of Reggie Williams?

Reggie Williams - Golden State Warriors
Height: 6'6 Weight: 210 lbs
Position: Guard / Forward

Stats: 32mpg / 15ppg / 5rpg / 3apg / 1spg, 50fg/36/84ft (TS% – 59)

Games Played: 24

-Kobe24-TJ19-
07-05-2010, 01:24 PM
he got cut from warriors
Edit:actually not

but he's an below average player on bad team like Mike James was on Toronto

KnicksorBust
07-05-2010, 01:39 PM
he got cut from warriors
Edit:actually not

but he's an below average player on bad team like Mike James was on Toronto

Nothing about those numbers says below average. Look at those shooting percentages. His TS% is elite. Did he just get lucky for 24 games? It's small sample size but it's still a damn good sample.

-Kobe24-TJ19-
07-05-2010, 01:42 PM
Nothing about those numbers says below average. Look at those shooting percentages. His TS% is elite. Did he just get lucky for 24 games? It's small sample size but it's still a damn good sample.

it's the warriors offense which makes him look good

Reversed86Curse
07-05-2010, 01:46 PM
For a minute I thought you were talking about Reggie "silk" Williams, Ewings running mate at Georgetown. That being said, I got nothing......... stats look pretty good though

KnicksorBust
07-05-2010, 01:53 PM
it's the warriors offense which makes him look good

Pace Factor would only explain inflated stats. Not effeciency. That guy is one of the only player's in the league who put up 15ppg + with those types of shooting percentages. 50+/35+/80+ That's ridiculous.

GSRaider
07-05-2010, 01:58 PM
Warrior season ticket holder here... And Reggie is a baller... One of the few bright spots o our dark team...

He's solid...

thekmp211
07-05-2010, 01:58 PM
yeah hes solid.

in a perfect world he is the shooter off the bench but he could start on weaker squads.

R_O_W_E
07-05-2010, 02:00 PM
I posted about him 4 months ago. I said he would be an All Star caliber player next season and got laughed at.

I am glad somebody else is on the Reggie Williams bandwagon.

KnicksorBust
07-05-2010, 02:01 PM
Warrior season ticket holder here... And Reggie is a baller... One of the few bright spots o our dark team...

He's solid...


yeah hes solid.

in a perfect world he is the shooter off the bench but he could start on weaker squads.

Good to know. Was he starting games at SG? Looks like you guys closed the year with a few solid W's also.

thekmp211
07-05-2010, 02:02 PM
Good to know. Was he starting games at SG? Looks like you guys closed the year with a few solid W's also.

i believe he was starting for a while, not that it matters when don nelson is your coach.

Big Quett
07-05-2010, 02:03 PM
Pace Factor would only explain inflated stats. Not effeciency. That guy is one of the only player's in the league who put up 15ppg + with those types of shooting percentages. 50+/35+/80+ That's ridiculous.

Yeah for 32 games when nobody knew or probably know who he is now. It was a reason he wasnt drafted. Let he do it for at least a season when scouting reports are geared to you.

R_O_W_E
07-05-2010, 02:04 PM
Good to know. Was he starting games at SG? Looks like you guys closed the year with a few solid W's also.

He was starting some games at SF to end the season, Monta had the flu I believe.

Those W's kept us from John Wall/DeMarcus Cousins btw. We should've never won them.

Big Quett
07-05-2010, 02:07 PM
I posted about him 4 months ago. I said he would be an All Star caliber player next season and got laughed at.

I am glad somebody else is on the Reggie Williams bandwagon.
I mean i like him from what I saw. He was a great damn shooter. But how many players go from not drafted to all-star in their 2nd year?

Raps18-19 Champ
07-05-2010, 02:07 PM
I see your getting ready for your redraft team.

R_O_W_E
07-05-2010, 02:09 PM
Yeah for 32 games when nobody knew or probably know who he is now. It was a reason he wasnt drafted. Let he do it for at least a season when scouting reports are geared to you.

Keep saying that to yourself. Reggie spent the last 2 years in the NBDL and doing Summer Leagues where teams could get an idea for what type of player he is. He couldn't get a spot in the NBA because he isn't a specialist who can immediately do 1 specific role, hes more of an all around versatile scorer. Same thing that kept Roger Powell out of the NBA when he dominated the NBDL.

What we've learned so far is that Reggie has got NBA game. He has a good handle can create his own shot, he also has range. Last season was his rookie year, and he came in without training camp, learning the system, or building chemistry with his teammates. He came in & produced instantly despite not having any of those 3. Thats why Nelson loved him.

How can you gameplan to stop Reggie when you have to stop Curry & Ellis. We realistically(if Nelson returns) could have 3 20PPG scorers next season.

R_O_W_E
07-05-2010, 02:10 PM
I mean i like him from what I saw. He was a great damn shooter. But how many players go from not drafted to all-star in their 2nd year?

None that I can think of.

I know he can't crack the West All Star team with Melo & Durant guaranteed a spot. He could battle it out for #3 if he gets the PT.

Big Quett
07-05-2010, 02:15 PM
Keep saying that to yourself. Reggie spent the last 2 years in the NBDL and doing Summer Leagues where teams could get an idea for what type of player he is. He couldn't get a spot in the NBA because he isn't a specialist who can immediately do 1 specific role, hes more of an all around versatile scorer. Same thing that kept Roger Powell out of the NBA when he dominated the NBDL.

What we've learned so far is that Reggie has got NBA game. He has a good handle can create his own shot, he also has range. Last season was his rookie year, and he came in without training camp, learning the system, or building chemistry with his teammates. He came in & produced instantly despite not having any of those 3. Thats why Nelson loved him.

How can you gameplan to stop Reggie when you have to stop Curry & Ellis. We realistically(if Nelson returns) could have 3 20PPG scorers next season.

And how many players have done that for Don in the last 3 years? the answer is alot. And how many of them are all-stars? NONE Dude it is the system and you know it. They made pretty much every D- Leaguer they had look good.

And if he was that good why did he spend 2 years in the D- league?

Big Quett
07-05-2010, 02:21 PM
Double

roshan3ai
07-05-2010, 02:28 PM
:laugh2: I knew this thread was by KoB right when I saw it on the main page.

Niro
07-05-2010, 02:30 PM
very solid player

Big Quett
07-05-2010, 02:33 PM
very solid player

Very solid is different from SOMEONE comparing him with Durant and Melo.

EXTRAWON
07-05-2010, 03:13 PM
Yeah dude can play. I was very impressed with his poise. He puts up great numbers while being under control. The fact that he's been in the D-League has no bearing at all on how good he actually is. There's a lot of politics in the NBA and some guys just don't get a fair shake immediatley. For this guy to produce in the efficient manner that he did as soon as he got his opportunity speaks volumes. GS has themselves a baller in this Williams dude.

KnicksorBust
07-05-2010, 03:14 PM
What we've learned so far is that Reggie has got NBA game. He has a good handle can create his own shot, he also has range. Last season was his rookie year, and he came in without training camp, learning the system, or building chemistry with his teammates. He came in & produced instantly despite not having any of those 3. Thats why Nelson loved him.

How can you gameplan to stop Reggie when you have to stop Curry & Ellis. We realistically(if Nelson returns) could have 3 20PPG scorers next season.


very solid player

I'm excited to see how he progresses next year. You guys think he'll start or be 6th man type of player with his scoring / shooting / passing?

SFG'sTillID_I_E
07-05-2010, 03:23 PM
He is the actual reason why the Warriors should be looking to use Monta as trade bait for the SF they need because Williams is as strong offensively as Monta. Not as fast or flashy, but just as effective and more efficient.

sf-fanatic
07-05-2010, 03:25 PM
Yeah for 32 games when nobody knew or probably know who he is now. It was a reason he wasnt drafted. Let he do it for at least a season when scouting reports are geared to you.

The reason why he wasn't drafted was because he went to a small school called Virginia Military. He also led the NCAA in scoring 2 years in a row which people don't know.

Big Quett
07-05-2010, 03:29 PM
The reason why he wasn't drafted was because he went to a small school called Virginia Military. He also led the NCAA in scoring 2 years in a row which people don't know.

All im saying people need to hold back the all star talk until he does it for a full year

mcgswfan
07-05-2010, 03:33 PM
None that I can think of.

I know he can't crack the West All Star team with Melo & Durant guaranteed a spot. He could battle it out for #3 if he gets the PT.


I posted about him 4 months ago. I said he would be an All Star caliber player next season and got laughed at.

Reggie is great, plus, you forgot to mention that he was also pretty good at passing and finding the open man under the basket. He played a little point for us towards the end of last season and was quite efficient in a minimal role. However, 24 games is still too few to really gauge how good he is or can be so I'm not 100% sold on him yet. Let's not forget that he had a few really bad clunker games along the way. I like what I've seen so far but let's see how he does when opposing defenses start to key in on him.


Very solid is different from SOMEONE comparing him with Durant and Melo.

No one is comparing him to Durant and Melo. He said all star caliber player (see 2nd quote) and could potentially battle it out for the #3 spot in the West (see 1st quote). I personally find even the #3 spot a loooong stretch for him, he would not be there or even get consideration unless a lot of injuries or other unforeseen incidents occurred to other players that would normally hold down that spot. I don't think he will be an all star next year but maybe in a couple years. He definitely has the tools and if he can improve them year in and year out, we could eventually have a gem that a lot of teams would kick themselves for passing up on, and I think that is high praise for a guy just getting started. Only time will tell.

Just want to keep it real and make sure we are all on the same page here.

sf-fanatic
07-05-2010, 03:35 PM
And how many players have done that for Don in the last 3 years? the answer is alot. And how many of them are all-stars? NONE Dude it is the system and you know it. They made pretty much every D- Leaguer they had look good.

And if he was that good why did he spend 2 years in the D- league?

done what? none of them came in and averaged 15 points a game. none of them have the consistency that williams have shown. cj watson, anthony tolliver, anthony morrow, chris hunter, kelenna azuibuike? none of them are close to williams right now maybe azuibuike but hes rehabbing from major surgery. however, there is a guy named matt barnes who was a nelson product and later went on to big a huge part of two playoff teams in phx and orlando. watson isn't much of a scrub either, last year orlando offered a first rounder for him which the warriors declined. these players that are "supposedly a product of the system" can produce on other teams.

hype707
07-05-2010, 03:36 PM
i like him he should get more plahying time when the warriors trade monte

sf-fanatic
07-05-2010, 03:37 PM
All im saying people need to hold back the all star talk until he does it for a full year

no one compared him to Melo and Durant. people said he put up great numbers with elite efficiency last year and that next year theres a strong possibility that he can put up all star numbers with a full offseason and training camp, improved chemistry with the team, and more minutes without maggette and most likely ellis on the team.

Swashcuff
07-05-2010, 03:38 PM
He could become a solid scorer in the league. What people who say he played on a bad team a high pace seem to forget is that he is still playing in the NBA. He's not playing against HS defenders he's playing against guys whose main goal is to stop him from getting points and guess what in his cameo last season with GS that's exactly what he was able to do. He'd be a nice pick up for a team such as the Knicks.

Niro
07-05-2010, 03:39 PM
Very solid is different from SOMEONE comparing him with Durant and Melo.

well as you might expect he is nowhere near melo and durant :speechless:

i think he will be a good backup for monta at the 2 and will start some games at the sf spot if the warriors wont trade for another sf

depending on injuries the warriors might face he can score ~15 pg

Gideon
07-05-2010, 03:40 PM
I was a big fan of his college where he was a dominant offensive player (as mentioned ledd NCAA 2 years in a row). I really like his game and wished that the Knicks had gone after him, but of course GS took another player away from us!

Swashcuff
07-05-2010, 03:44 PM
well as you might expect he is nowhere near melo and durant :speechless:

i think he will be a good backup for monta at the 2 and will start some games at the sf spot if the warriors wont trade for another sf

depending on injuries the warriors might face he can score ~15 pg

IMO thats accurate.

Mudvayne91
07-05-2010, 03:44 PM
I thought it was the old Jags WR (looking in top 10 forum, not nba forum) but this guy seems like he'll have a better career than the WR.

Big Quett
07-05-2010, 03:46 PM
no one compared him to Melo and Durant. people said he put up great numbers with elite efficiency last year and that next year theres a strong possibility that he can put up all star numbers with a full offseason and training camp, improved chemistry with the team, and more minutes without maggette and most likely ellis on the team.

He did say that. How is saying he is 3rd behind Melo and Durant not comparing him to them? He is saying if Durant and Melo weren't in the west he would be an all-star. That is a comparison. It took Melo like 3 years to make the All-star team. And he is saying Reggie can be that after playing in less than half the games the year before? That is a little much

Sixerlover
07-05-2010, 03:50 PM
Come on people. Kobe, Durant, Melo, Roy, Gay, Ginobili, Martin, Mayo, Ellis.. Kid isn't sniffing the All Star game anytime soon.

R_O_W_E
07-05-2010, 04:04 PM
And how many players have done that for Don in the last 3 years? the answer is alot. And how many of them are all-stars? NONE Dude it is the system and you know it. They made pretty much every D- Leaguer they had look good.

And if he was that good why did he spend 2 years in the D- league?


False. Morrow is a solid player but he doesnt have the overall all around game of Williams.

Nelson had a love/hate relationship with guys like Morrow amongst others. He was giving Reggie almost 40 minutes per game towards the end of the season. How many coaches give that PT to a "NBDL player"?

Secondly, what system? The only difference between GS and other teams is that GS does not establish the low post game which slows the game down. Our lack of a big man is the reason why you see the team run so much. There is nothing inflating the stats of our wing players except the lack of established talent.

Reggie was in the NBDL because he doesnt have a specific trait a team wants.

R_O_W_E
07-05-2010, 04:08 PM
Come on people. Kobe, Durant, Melo, Roy, Gay, Ginobili, Martin, Mayo, Ellis.. Kid isn't sniffing the All Star game anytime soon.


And how many of them have been to an All Star game?

Reggie can put up equal or better stats than those guys.

PatelJ1010
07-05-2010, 04:12 PM
Warriors fan here ...I think he is a good sleeper like Azuibuke when we found him in the D-League as well... On that note we sold the 34 pick of 2010 draft to the Blazers because our GM can't find talent in 2nd round picks (Larry Riley). He trusts the D-League for those picks

Sixerlover
07-05-2010, 04:13 PM
And how many of them have been to an All Star game?
Kobe, Carmelo, Durant, Roy, and Ginobili. Gay, Martin, Mayo and Ellis are all young and will be in the west for years to come as well. Play the same position (wings) and are much better than Reggie Williams.

Reggie can put up equal or better stats than those guys.

No he can't. Your falling in love with a 24 game window on a 26 win team, that plays in a system. I've been quiet about this one because I only saw him play a handful of games in my life, but let's not get confused here. He is no all star.

sf-fanatic
07-05-2010, 04:21 PM
He did say that. How is saying he is 3rd behind Melo and Durant not comparing him to them? He is saying if Durant and Melo weren't in the west he would be an all-star. That is a comparison. It took Melo like 3 years to make the All-star team. And he is saying Reggie can be that after playing in less than half the games the year before? That is a little much

huh? When he says he can be 3rd behind Melo and Durant he is conceding that Melo and Durant are obviously better which he is true. What's wrong with that? We don't need to debate the definition of comparison because it is irrelevant to the post. On the first page, i saw someone say "Reggie Williams" will be an all star "CALIBER" player. Thats not a stretch. It's a possibility that he can put up 17 points 7 rebounds and 5 assists. Those are considered all star numbers especially with the efficiency that he puts up the numbers.

R_O_W_E
07-05-2010, 04:30 PM
He did say that. How is saying he is 3rd behind Melo and Durant not comparing him to them? He is saying if Durant and Melo weren't in the west he would be an all-star. That is a comparison. It took Melo like 3 years to make the All-star team. And he is saying Reggie can be that after playing in less than half the games the year before? That is a little much


That is not a comparison. I am not going to argue with you.

If he is listed at the SF positon he would be behind only Durant & Gay. There is not that much competition based on stats regarding the SF position in the West.

Big Quett
07-05-2010, 04:32 PM
False. Morrow is a solid player but he doesnt have the overall all around game of Williams.

Nelson had a love/hate relationship with guys like Morrow amongst others. He was giving Reggie almost 40 minutes per game towards the end of the season. How many coaches give that PT to a "NBDL player"?

Secondly, what system? The only difference between GS and other teams is that GS does not establish the low post game which slows the game down. Our lack of a big man is the reason why you see the team run so much. There is nothing inflating the stats of our wing players except the lack of established talent.

Reggie was in the NBDL because he doesnt have a specific trait a team wants.
The same amount that would have 4 NBADL players on their roster at the same time. We are talking about pick up game type coaching and atmosphere. We are talking about a 26 win team. Who scored 109 and gave up 112. The point is this is not winning basketball. He is a system player that is all. How many teams do you really think he would have a opportunity on?

greg_ory_2005
07-05-2010, 04:32 PM
I saw a couple of his games last year. Seems like he would be a nice offensive spark off the bench for a team.

Big Quett
07-05-2010, 04:35 PM
That is not a comparison. I am not going to argue with you.

If he is listed at the SF positon he would be behind only Durant & Gay. There is not that much competition based on stats regarding the SF position in the West.

The difference is those guys points and stats matter. How much did Reggie's stats matter on a 26 win team? No pressure to win. No conscience. It doesnt even compare? And Melo wouldnt be in front of him?

D-Train#35
07-05-2010, 04:36 PM
He really is a great all around scorer who lead the d-league in scoring with all similar percentages. Watching him play, I really liked his game, I don't see him as a starter but a decent 6th man who can come off the bench and score a lot against the second unit like a Ginobli type.

R_O_W_E
07-05-2010, 04:37 PM
Kobe, Carmelo, Durant, Roy, and Ginobili. Gay, Martin, Mayo and Ellis are all young and will be in the west for years to come as well. Play the same position (wings) and are much better than Reggie Williams.


No he can't. Your falling in love with a 24 game window on a 26 win team, that plays in a system. I've been quiet about this one because I only saw him play a handful of games in my life, but let's not get confused here. He is no all star.



1. Martin is 27. Mayo & Gay cancel each other out.

2. Monta is on the block. Reggie's numbers would explode without Monta taking way too many shots. Hopefully we get a SG or SF in return who doesn't dominate the ball but can score.

3. Look at your sig. You have got some nerve hyping up Jrue Holliday when he didnt start producing until the end of the season. You basically contradicted yourself.

4. :laugh2:

Sadds The Gr8
07-05-2010, 04:42 PM
D league guy that got called up by GS last year?

Sixerlover
07-05-2010, 04:45 PM
1. Martin is 27. Mayo & Gay cancel each other out.

2. Monta is on the block. Reggie's numbers would explode without Monta taking way too many shots. Hopefully we get a SG or SF in return who doesn't dominate the ball but can score.

3. Look at your sig. You have got some nerve hyping up Jrue Holliday when he didnt start producing until the end of the season. You basically contradicted yourself.

4. :laugh2:

I never claimed Jrue to be a all star only behind the likes of Rondo + Rose or some outrageous claims. Plus Jrue is only 19 and was producing whenever he got mins in Jordan's idiotic lineups. Watch him this year.

And why do Mayo + Gay cancel each other out? THEY'RE BOTH BETTER than him lol.

I don't see where the hype is coming from. Sundiata Gaines would get 12 a clip on GSW in 30 mins. Would we hype him just as much? This is crazy talk.

3rd best SF behind Durant and Gay? :laugh2:

D-Train#35
07-05-2010, 04:47 PM
Some guys need to relax. He will not be an allstar, his ceiling is top notch 6th man.

R_O_W_E
07-05-2010, 04:49 PM
The difference is those guys points and stats matter. How much did Reggie's stats matter on a 26 win team? No pressure to win. No conscience. It doesnt even compare? And Melo wouldnt be in front of him?


So why would Rudy get in over him? Ariza?

The All Star bench is full of guys who are picked due to politics. Kidd getting in over Kidd is another example.

Nobody on here has seen Reggie play except the few Warriors fans on here commenting. Yet we have 4 pages of experts. :laugh2:

How can everyone else determine if a guy is going to be good based upon a sample of 25-30 of their first NBA game
s? Yet everyone thinks/expects Reggie's numbers to not improve in his 2nd season.

We'll see this season. It cant come soon enough.

R_O_W_E
07-05-2010, 04:56 PM
I never claimed Jrue to be a all star only behind the likes of Rondo + Rose or some outrageous claims. Plus Jrue is only 19 and was producing whenever he got mins in Jordan's idiotic lineups. Watch him this year.

And why do Mayo + Gay cancel each other out? THEY'RE BOTH BETTER than him lol.

I don't see where the hype is coming from. Sundiata Gaines would get 12 a clip on GSW in 30 mins. Would we hype him just as much? This is crazy talk.

3rd best SF behind Durant and Gay? :laugh2:


1. You are doing the same hyping I am doing with Reggie based upon the production you saw out of Jrue. I am just projecting how good he should be.

2. I never said he was the 3rd best SF in the West. I am specifically talking about if he were to even be in the All Star conversation he'd not be picked before Melo or Durant.

3. Rudy and OJ are only established names. In their case it has no weight with me regarding a player like you've mentioned only has so many games to sample from.

R_O_W_E
07-05-2010, 04:59 PM
Some guys need to relax. He will not be an allstar, his ceiling is top notch 6th man.


Didnt you just say he can have a Ginbili-like impact?

Last time I checked Ginobili went to several All Star games.

Big Quett
07-05-2010, 05:10 PM
So why would Rudy get in over him? Ariza?

The All Star bench is full of guys who are picked due to politics. Kidd getting in over Kidd is another example.

Nobody on here has seen Reggie play except the few Warriors fans on here commenting. Yet we have 4 pages of experts. :laugh2:

How can everyone else determine if a guy is going to be good based upon a sample of 25-30 of their first NBA game
s? Yet everyone thinks/expects Reggie's numbers to not improve in his 2nd season.

We'll see this season. It cant come soon enough.

YES!!!! Because both of them will be fighting for play-off spots while the Warriors will be giving up more points then they score for the 3rd straight year and winning 25 games again. And i seen him play for some reason the W'S were on tnt almost every other week. I like him but saying he is an all star is a stretch. I had him on my fantasy team at the end of the year. But how does 15ppg in 33 mins have you thinking he is an all star?

sf-fanatic
07-05-2010, 05:18 PM
The same amount that would have 4 NBADL players on their roster at the same time. We are talking about pick up game type coaching and atmosphere. We are talking about a 26 win team. Who scored 109 and gave up 112. The point is this is not winning basketball. He is a system player that is all. How many teams do you really think he would have a opportunity on?

If you saw the warrior injury situation last year, you would see why they had so many D-league players. I'm not going to argue with you because with that statement, you have proved you haven't watched the warriors at all last year and just stating repeated garbage by people that don't watch the warriors play. Over half of the warrior opening day lineup missed over half the season (Raja Bell, Mikki Moore, Anthony Randolph, Brendan Wright, Kelenna Azuibuike, Andris Biedrins, Ronny Turiaf, Speedy Claxton.) The Warriors don't choose to play D-league players, the injury bug killed the team last year. The Warriors made history by starting the most D-league players and having the most d-league players on the court ever. I don't know what a pickup league and coaching atmosphere is because I've never seen a coach at a pickup game in a rec center. Even if it's a pickup game and coaching atmosphere, they are still competing against the worlds best in Kobe, Lebron, Wade and Phil Jackson, Doc Rivers, Jerry Sloan. The warriors had 26 wins because their FO is terrible and they are rebuilding (but it seems as if they have been rebuilding the last 15 years) I don't buy the stats are meaningless on a lottery team theory. Do their points not count? They may not be in the playoff race, but these people are competitors and they will do their best to win. People said Matt Barnes, Pietrus, and Jason Richardson only had good stats on the warriors. They have also been huge contributors to playoff teams. Barnes and Pietrus were a major part of the Magic on their run to the NBA Finals.

Also, as someone told you multiple times before, pace factor only inflates stats. It should actually lower his efficiency playing in this offense, but what is special about him is that he is maintaining an elite efficiency in this uptempo offense.

TheGsw
07-05-2010, 06:25 PM
Keep saying that to yourself. Reggie spent the last 2 years in the NBDL and doing Summer Leagues where teams could get an idea for what type of player he is.

Reggie was not in the D league for 2 years!
He was at VMI for 4 years and nobody drafted him, then he played in France.
After playing oversease he went straight to the D leauge and from their on he got picked up by the Warriors.
If he would of got drafted the dude would be at least late lottery to late 1st round but since he went to a small college and he didnt win alot he didnt lol
Reggie Williams is a beast. Warriors got a steal.

TheBay30
07-05-2010, 08:39 PM
Suns Head coach to Williams: Where'd you come from?
R.Williams: The D-Leauge
Suns head coach: Well, your not going back there.

SugeKnight
07-06-2010, 06:47 AM
Yeah for 32 games when nobody knew or probably know who he is now. It was a reason he wasnt drafted. Let he do it for at least a season when scouting reports are geared to you.

He lead college basketball is scoring at VMI. Haters gonna hate, but reggie williams is going to be a factor next season especially if monta gets traded