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Missouri’s Johnathan Williams III finds a steep learning curve

Playing for a team with an established corps of post players, Missouri freshman forward Johnathan Williams III might have eased into college basketball. He could have been immersed slowly into a world where almost every opposing player he runs up against in the paint is as strong or stronger, as quick or quicker and every bit as talented. Williams, a smooth 6-foot-9 left-hander...
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Missouri Basketball: Meet new power forward Johnathan Williams III

When Johnathan Williams III signed with the University of Missouri on October 18, 2012, he became the second ESPN100 player in this season's freshman class, along with Wes Clark, and the third in the past five years; Phil Pressey was a ESPN100 player in the class of 2010. Williams III is a 6-8, 208 pound power forward from Southwind High School in Memphis, Tennessee.Williams...
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May 21, 2013  |  Discuss
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