December 13, 2013
Terrence Williams - Since being waived by the Celtics, Williams went to Turkey to play for Turk Telekom Ankara, but left after only two games. He is one of the most talented players on this list, yet has yet to consistently apply any of it.
July 2, 2010
Williams had a fine end to his rookie season, including putting up a triple double in a win over the Bulls. (An extremely painful win which we assumed ended our season. But we just about got away with it.) Williams demonstrated the same skills he did at Louisville; athleticism, perimeter defense, rebounding, good passing ability, and solid secondary ball handling. But in spite of his rousing crescendo, Williams also demonstrated that he's not a scorer. He took 651 shots to score 656 points, shooting 40% from the field, 31% from three and 71% from the line, and not getting to the line much anyway. He is a useful role player that has no go-to shot to call his own. Having better players around him will help, and the versatility and overall impact of Williams's game is genuine. But a role player is a role player, and ought be viewed as such.