Much like starting quarterbacks or shortstops in New York, point guards in The Big Apple receive boatloads of attention. Since Deron Williams joined the Brooklyn Nets four years ago, that attention has varied from occasionally high praise...Show More Summary
The Brooklyn Nets can stop waiting now. For three-plus seasons, they have been hoping that Deron Williams could serve as their franchise face and help the organization regain some relevance. With his 30th birthday behind him, more surgical...Show More Summary
For the first time in at least two years, Brooklyn Nets point guard Deron Williams will start the season without having to worry about his troublesome ankles. D-Will says his […] The post Deron Williams Says His Ankles are Finally Healthy appeared first on SLAMonline.
Here’s the New York Post with an update on Nets point guard Deron Williams: Three months after undergoing surgery on both ankles, Deron Williams feels like a new man. “[Before the surgery], I was just walking around and my ankles would swell up,” Williams said Monday at his charity dodgeball tournament in Manhattan, which benefited his Point of Hope [...]
Last year at this time, Deron Williams was walking around in a boot to protect the latest injury to his ankle, a recurring theme throughout his tenure in Brooklyn.
A year ago, it was championship or bust. This season, a playoff berth should satiate Brooklyn Nets fans. But with Deron Williams and his questionable ankles a year older, a new leader must emerge. That's where Joe Johnson steps in. Leadership Williams may not be able to lead by example like he once did. Show More Summary
Here’s the New York Daily News reporting on Nets point guard Deron Williams: Deron Williams says he still loves New York, but sometimes it’s good to get away. In an article published in Resident Magazine, the Nets point guard detailed his difficulties adjusting to living in the city — specifically the issues with raising children while declaring [...]
It's not a good time to be a point guard looking to be traded. It's hard to say whether Rajon Rondo of the Boston Celtics or Deron Williams of the Brooklyn Nets actually want out, but it's just a difficult market either way. Only a few...Show More Summary
It's not just on the basketball court. Deron Williams is also having a difficult time adjusting to living in New York.
New York isn’t for everybody. Usually, if you’re not from NY, you had to have at least experienced bits and pieces of it throughout your life in order to fully appreciate the city once you’ve become an adult. And moving from Utah to the Big Apple may be an adjustment as well. That’s why Deron […]
Brooklyn Nets point guard Deron Williams is still adjusting to life in the Big Apple – D-Will tells The Resident that he likes to get away from NYC during the […] The post Deron Williams: ‘I Don’t Really Feel So Much Like a New Yorker’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Even players who once experienced top-10-pick fanfare can find themselves facing a make-or-break season just a few short years after entering the league. And for the likes of Evan Turner, Deron Williams and others, the 2014-15 campaign...Show More Summary
Where there are numbers, there is a way to make fun of Florida's 2013 record. As a Knicks fan who spent all of the last year gradually peeling off pieces of a Deron Williams poster in the subway, I have the utmost respect for a fan who spots some representation of a rival and immediately seeks to vandalize it. Show More Summary
There was a time in which Deron Williams and Brook Lopez were viewed as one of the NBA's top duos. But instead of playoff runs and perennial All-Star appearances, both of them have become staples on the Brooklyn Nets’ sidelines in recent years. Combined, the two missed 83 games last season. Show More Summary
The Dallas Mavericks have been hovering in a state of limbo since winning the 2011 NBA championship. The front office missed out on big names like Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, Dwight Howard and Deron Williams in recent offseasons, but...Show More Summary
Seemingly every summer with the Dallas Mavericks revolves around the pursuit of a marquee free agent. Through the years names like Dwight Howard, Deron Williams and Chris Paul have been targets of the franchise looking to secure another...Show More Summary
Operation “Saving Face After Missing Out on Another Superstar Free Agent” is underway for the Dallas Mavericks. After whiffing on Deron Williams in 2012 and Dwight Howard in 2013, the Mavs set their sights on Carmelo Anthony. Once again, it appears their superstar venture isn’t going to pan out, so it’s on to the next […]
The Mavs are set to have a boatload of cap space, and Nowitzki is already making pitches to James and Anthony. The past few seasons, Dallas Mavericks star Dirk Nowitzki has failed in his attempts to recruit Deron Williams and Dwight Howard to join him in Dallas. Show More Summary
The Nets guard throws down a breakaway dunk in a pretty one-sided game.
Under head coach Jason Kidd, Shaun Livingston was given the opportunity to showcase his gift and impact the organization. The 6'7" point guard delivered this season by outplaying Brooklyn's floor general—Deron Williams—at times. Livingston...Show More Summary