After one of the worst seasons of his NBA career, point guard Deron Williams has become an albatross of sorts for the Brooklyn Nets. While the organization may wish to cut ties with him, doing so won't be easy. Continue for updates. Nets...Show More Summary
The Brooklyn Nets haven't seen the returns they expected from their Big Three of Deron Williams, Joe Johnson and Brook Lopez over the last three seasons. With injuries playing a large part in keeping the three off the court together,...Show More Summary
Even in the midst of the NBA postseason, the rumor mill keeps churning out little nuggets that are sure to make this one of the most interesting summers in a long time. One reason for the intrigue is because teams can afford to be more aggressive. Show More Summary
Deron Williams played one great game after a long string of not-so-great ones. It was fun to watch, and a reminder of what we've forgotten about Deron. Among other things.
The Nets were eliminated from the 2015 NBA Playoffs on Friday night. Saturday, BK's head coach admitted Williams is "not a franchise player anymore." The post Lionel Hollins on Deron Williams: ‘He’s Not a Franchise Player Anymore’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Deron Williams hit a huge three at the end of the shot clock, giving the Nets a brief lead before both teams settled for overtime.
The underlying punchline every time you’re reminded that comparing Deron Williams to Chris Paul used to be a thing is that, despite predating the last housing collapse, this is still the most appropriate comp. Read more...
Eat your heart out, Paul Pierce. The Deron Williams of old showed up Monday night, breaking out his pristine handles and dropping 35 points on the visiting Atlanta Hawks in The post Deron Williams With a Nasty Crossover and 35 Points in Game 4 (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
Deron Williams had a throwback performance while the Bucks and Trail Blazers avoided elimination. Deron Williams was averaging six points a game on 27 percent shooting against the Hawks heading into Game 4 of the series. The Nets had...Show More Summary
He almost fooled someone! Probably. Deron Williams had a great game against the Hawks after playing poorly all series. The backstory, such as it is: if derron williams drops 30 or better tonight i will eat my mailbox key on youtube tonight — May 4th's Own™ (@MhDaDon) April 27, 2015 Smfh welp.. Show More Summary
Williams scored 35 points as the Nets won at home to tie their series with the Hawks at two games apiece.
The narrative saying the first round of this year's NBA playoffs lacked excitement and unpredictability died on Monday, and Deron Williams killed it. The Brooklyn Nets evened their series against the top-seeded Atlanta Hawks at two games...Show More Summary
Deron Williams rebounded from two dismal games with 35 points, and the Brooklyn Nets pulled out a 120-115 overtime victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Monday night, tying the series at two games apiece.
A throwback performance by Deron Williams led the Nets to their second win in a row to tie the series. The Brooklyn Nets tied the series with the Atlanta Hawks on Monday thanks to a throwback performance from Deron Williams. The former All-Star point guard turned back the clock and scored 35 points to lead his team to an unlikely victory. Show More Summary
Welcome to the Deron Williams game, everyone.
Brooklyn Nets point guard Deron Williams has shown flashes of his former self throughout his team's series against the Atlanta Hawks, but this play was one of the most impressive displays we've seen yet. In the second quarter, Williams...Show More Summary
Hey, Deron Williams is still here! The Nets' Deron Williams did this to the Hawks during Game 4 on Monday night: It's nice of Williams to finally show up. He's been abysmal so far in this series, averaging 7.8 PPG and shooting 35 percent. He had two points in Game 2 and three points in Game 3, though, so he's been trending up!
Joe Johnson let slip that his teammate Deron Williams might be playing with tendinitis, but Coach Lionel Hollis defended Williams’s play after the Nets’ come-from-behind win over the Hawks.
Despite the combined might of David Alan Grier, the ghost of Deron Williams, and the rotting corpse of Brooklyn Knight, the Brooklyn Nets are down 2-0 in their first round NBA playoffs series against the Atlanta Hawks. The first home game at Barclays Center just kicked off at 3 p.m., and the excitement throughout the borough is truly infectious! [ more › ]
Let’s say you watched the Brooklyn Nets’ loss Wednesday in Game 2 of their first-round series with the Atlanta Hawks. Let’s say you didn’t know any of the players or their salaries. If someone asked you to identify the max contract point...Show More Summary