Deron Williams extricated himself from the burning wreckage that is the Brooklyn Nets, landing in Dallas on a two-year deal, and former teammate Joe Johnson can’t figure out why D-Will The post Joe Johnson on Deron Williams Leaving: ‘It’s Not That Bad Here’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
As the Brooklyn Nets held their annual media day at their New Jersey-based training center for the last time, Deron Williams was notably absent.
Change of scenery may help D-Will Here’s the Dallas Morning News commenting on the Mavericks’ addition of Deron Williams and departure of Monta Ellis: Fan question: What does Deron Williams have left in the tank? Does he stay after this season? Columnist Eddie Sefko: “That’s one of the many ifs we mentioned earlier. He signed for two years, so I’d [...]
After an unceremonious exit from Utah, D-Will had a rough few years with the Nets before signing a 2-year, $10 million deal with the Mavericks this summer. The post Former Jazz Physician: Deron Williams ‘Decided He Didn’t Need Coaching’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Artist Formerly Known As D-Will landed in Dallas this summer, after wearing out his welcome in Brooklyn. Deron Williams, 31, never lived up to the enormous expectations that came The post Deron Williams Excited for a Fresh Start With the Mavs appeared first on SLAMonline.
Williams is happy about not being a Net anymore, but if he's truly looking for stability, Dallas isn't the best place to find it. Deron Williams is happy to be in Dallas. The former Nets point guard made that clear in an interview published on the team's website. Show More Summary
The 60 best crossovers of the 2014-15 NBA season, all in one video. Set aside whatever you’re doing and watch Stephen Curry, Kyrie Irving, LeBron James, James Harden, Jamal Crawford, Deron Williams and The post 60 Best Crossovers of the 2014-15 NBA Season (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Brooklyn Nets have signed guard Donald Sloan, General Manager Billy King announced today. The point guard position is a weak spot on the Nets. With Deron Williams gone, the team’s starter at the position is likely Jarrett Jack. Sloan helps add a bit of depth. Sloan (6’3”, 205) has appeared in 157 games (33 starts) in [...]
After joining the Dallas Mavericks this summer, ex-Brooklyn Nets guard Deron Williams is looking to offload his TriBeCa penthouse at an astounding profit. He bought the property in 2013 for $15.8 million. He's now asking $33.5 million for it, according to the New York Post. Show More Summary
The Nets' goal was to move Deron Williams, not Johnson. The two didn't get along, so once Williams was out the door, Johnson's future was secure. Contrary to numerous reports, the Nets were never interested in trading shooting guardShow More Summary
Basketball star Deron Williams is about to list his spectaular New York City penthouse for $33.5 million.
After striking out on DeAndre Jordan, the Dallas Mavericks slightly salvaged their offseason by picking up Deron Williams. While the Mavs ' new starting point guard might be past his prime, the team's success will still partially ride on his shoulders. With Monta Ellis gone to the Indiana Pacers, Williams will be relied upon to rediscover himself. Show More Summary
Deron Williams is finally a member of the Dallas Mavericks. After reaching a buy-out agreement with the Brooklyn Nets, the 31-year-old point guard signed a two-year, $10 million deal with Dallas. The Mavericks made a hard push to sign Williams three years ago, when he was an unrestricted free agent and at the top of his game. Show More Summary
Williams' time in Brooklyn was a disaster for many reasons. Coming home to Dallas gives him a chance to fit into a more logical situation. Three years ago, Deron Williams could have arrived in Dallas with grandeur. The Dallas nativeShow More Summary
The Mavericks have re-signed point guard J.J. Barea, who will get significantly more money to provide depth behind newcomer Deron Williams after center DeAndre Jordan backed out on a deal to join Dallas.
The Dallas Mavericks announced Tuesday that they have signed free agent guard Deron Williams. According to multiple reports, the deal is for two years, $10 million. Williams’ time with the Brooklyn Nets came to a disappointing conclusion. His play seemed to get worse as time went on, and he didn’t look like the same player that [...]
There have been some changes to the Brooklyn Nets organization this offseason, including point guard Deron Williams signing with the Dallas Mavericks. However, in the wake of some rumored ownership adjustments, there could be even more change happening in Brooklyn. Show More Summary
Deron Williams has officially signed with the Dallas Mavericks. Williams signs a two-year deal with the Mavericks, immediately making him the starting point guard for the team. A report from USA Today on Tuesday (July 14) indicates that he will be paid $10 million, with the second year settling in as a player option. Show More Summary
Deron Williams has joined his hometown Mavericks after Brooklyn bought out the contract the point guard signed when he spurned Dallas to stay with the Nets three years ago.
After what has transformed into a disastrous offseason for the Dallas Mavericks, the franchise attempted to shore up the point guard position on Tuesday by signing Deron Williams, confirmed the team: The effect of DeAndre Jordan's decision to spurn the Mavs and stay with the Los Angeles Clippers was obviously a major blow to Dallas. Show More Summary