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Earl Clark & Terrence Williams Will Play Against Each Other Wednesday Night

At this time four years ago, I think most Louisville fans expected Earl Clark and Terrence Williams to comfortably settled in the National Basketball Association. Unfortunately the first three years of professional basketball didn’t go exactly as planned for the two former Louisville stars. After being taken in the lottery of the 2009 NBA Draft, both Williams and Clark’s pro...
Via The Cardinal Connect
February 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Celtics Sign Terrence Williams To A 10-Day Contract

Now that the All-Star break is over, Boston’s 10-man roster seems entirely inadequate to cope with the grueling schedule that they’re face with over the final 30 games. While there has been talk of blockbuster trades involving Kevin Garnett or Rajon Rondo, it seems very unlikely that president of basketball operations Danny Ainge will make any moves involving the C’s core players...
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February 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Reports: Boston Celtics sign Terrence Williams to 10-day contract

We can safely assume that Danny Ainge isn’t finished looking for roster moves just yet, but according to the Globe’s Gary Washburn, the Celtics have signed Terrence Williams, previously of the Nets and Rockets. Terrence Williams signing is a done deal according to #celtics sourceabout 1 hour ago via Twitter for AndroidReplyRetweetFavorite@GwashNBAGlobegary washburnWhen Williams...
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February 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Terrence Williams Has Signed A Ten Day Contract With The Boston Celtics

Gary Washburn, an NBA columnist for the Boston Globe is reporting that the Boston Celtics have signed former Louisville star Terrence Williams to a ten-day contract. Williams is reportedly waiting to be officially cleared from his previous team in China and could make his debut tomorrow night with the Celtics as they travel to Denver to face the Nuggets. After failing to sign with...
Via The Cardinal Connect
February 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Terrence Williams Leaves Pro Team In China

Former Louisville star Terrence Williams has left the Guangdong Tigers of the Chinese Basketball Association.  According to a report from, Williams has left the team due to a recent death in the family and will not be able to return to the team, due to personal reasons. In an unexpected turn of events, the league leading Guangdong Southern Tigers just lost the services...
Via The Cardinal Connect
February 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Video: Terrence Williams Playing Well In China

Former Louisville star Terrence Williams is making the most of his current situation. Unfortunately for T-Will, he found himself out of the NBA just a few years after being a lottery pick. He is now a member of the Guangdong Southern Tigers of the Chinese Basketball Association. In nine games for the Tigers this season, Williams is averaging 22 points and 4 assists in 31 minutes...
Via The Cardinal Connect
December 17, 2012  |  Discuss
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