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There has been many thoughts and concern about the play of Brooklyn Nets point guard Deron Williams lately. Williams will miss his first all-star game in 3 years today, after his sub-par play this season has left him off the squad.
After receiving platelet-rich plasma injections in his ankles recently, many assumed that Williams has been concealing an injury. The Nets seem to think that their star is just worn down from the huge amounts of basketball he has played recently. If you ask Jerry Colangelo, USA Basketball President, Williams was just out of shape even back during the 2012 Olympics.
“Deron Williams, for the Olympics was not in the best of shape,” Colangelo said per The New York Daily News. “He was a little overweight and I told him that at the time.“
We’ll have to see whether Williams has a response for the words from Colangelo. But the fact still remains that something hasn’t been the same for Deron this season.
Nets fans would hope to see a change for the second half of the season.
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USA Basketball president Jerry Colangelo says Brooklyn Nets point guard Deron Williams was overweight at the Olympics.
The Brooklyn Nets marquee point guard Deron Williams has had a season full of highs and lows.
Coming out of the break, some thing like painful ankles won’t keep him down. Despite speculation to the contrary, Williams will face the Milwaukee Bucks on Tuesday.
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I can’t believe he would really do this. I know he is trying to stick it to Kim Kardashian, but at some point enough is enough.
I think he has made his point, just end the divorce and keep it moving. But, according to TMZ if the divorce trial takes place during the playoffs, The Hump will take a day off.
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Look, I understand being bitter and the situation Kris Humphries was put in. A crazy drama-filled family that forces their way into the lime-light would be fun to mess around with, but enough is enough.
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Jerry Colangelo said Saturday he never said Deron Williams was
unfit to play in the Olympics, only that the point guard wasn't in
great shape when the US men's basketball team began training last
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