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Terrence Williams Interview
« on: March 02, 2013, 12:20:21 AM »

Offline timobusa

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He seems excited to be a Celtic.
Seems like he's matured and learns fast.
Congrats kid!

Re: Terrence Williams Interview
« Reply #1 on: March 02, 2013, 01:28:46 AM »

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He seems like he's gonna do well
Him at point guard is an awesome idea. Athletic and can shoot

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really hpe the kid develops into a star here

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A very likeable player... now he know his role.. and admit being immature on the blazers game... as i remember doc keep on mentioning guys knowing their roles
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He seems like he's gonna do well
Him at point guard is an awesome idea. Athletic and can shoot

I agree.  He sounds like a bright kid, and like he really has matured.  Especially if they're going to have JET at the 2 off the bench, having a big strong PG to pair with him could be very effective.

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« Reply #5 on: March 02, 2013, 08:20:54 AM »

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I hope he plays like a point guard during his next stint, whenever that comes.  If he just jacks up shots like he did against Portland, there's no more hope for him.

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« Reply #6 on: March 02, 2013, 08:41:31 AM »

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seems like we're really overloaded in the backcourt for next year: Rondo, Bradley, Lee, Jet, Crawford, Williams and possibly Barbosa whom Danny said he wants back.   Wonder if Danny will be swinging a deal this offseason to move 1-2 of these guys for useful big man.

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He seems like he's gonna do well
Him at point guard is an awesome idea. Athletic and can shoot

He's not a very good shooter, average at best , but I like the rest of his game.

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« Reply #8 on: March 02, 2013, 10:50:29 AM »

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seems like we're really overloaded in the backcourt for next year: Rondo, Bradley, Lee, Jet, Crawford, Williams and possibly Barbosa whom Danny said he wants back.   Wonder if Danny will be swinging a deal this offseason to move 1-2 of these guys for useful big man.

Hmm assume it will take them a year to recover from ACL so probably of our guards will be traded before they comeback.. unless Crawford will develop well in Cs... he's younger and lot of upsides ;)
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He seems like he's gonna do well
Him at point guard is an awesome idea. Athletic and can shoot

He's not a very good shooter, average at best , but I like the rest of his game.

two years for williams? wow, first i heard of that signing.

well, yes, he cant shoot worth a lick. and yes he has a history of being a grade A knucklehead. but....

if he has matured then he may be an outstanding pg off the bench. he certainly can pass, is a great defender, and is taller than most pg.

good luck to him.

now if doc can just get crawford to stop taking circus shots, the celtics bench will be beyond good.
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seems like we're really overloaded in the backcourt for next year: Rondo, Bradley, Lee, Jet, Crawford, Williams and possibly Barbosa whom Danny said he wants back.   Wonder if Danny will be swinging a deal this offseason to move 1-2 of these guys for useful big man.

doubt Barbosa comes back. I don't see Williams as a gaurd even though he plays like one, but he still needs to earn his spot during training camp.Ideally Jet should go. Maybe the Twolves want him.

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not a very good shooter nor finisher around the basket. But decent everywhere else, especially dribbling, defense and dunking the ball.

Its for rest of the year plus a team option for next year. I can live with this
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« Reply #12 on: March 02, 2013, 05:12:04 PM »

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so, what's the deal with the "conditional" 2nd year? Did anyone figure that out yet? Is it non-guaranteed, or actually conditional based on some performance incentive?

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« Reply #13 on: March 02, 2013, 05:14:29 PM »

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If he can be an imposing physical presence at the 1 spot, that would be huge for us.

Like with Jeff Green:

Defend like a pit bull
But at the point focus on distribution and assists - only take good solid shots from outside or shots when attacking the rim in the lane.

If he can do those two things, he could become very valuable.

 

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