Found July 17, 2014 on Sports-Glory:
The Brooklyn Nets were expecting to be serious title contenders last season, but age and injuries shut those hopes down. Deron Williams has dealt with multiple injuries over the past couple of seasons, and the Nets could be looking to move on from him if they get a fair offer. According to a report from Rick Reeves, the Nets are open to moving Williams, but it is unknown if they are actively shopping him or not. #Nets are open to trading Deron Williams, source says, but it’s unclear if they are actively shopping him. — Rick Reeves (@NBAReeves) July 17, 2014 There will certainly be some teams checking in to see what it would take to acquire Williams from the Nets. He is still one of the top point guards in the NBA when he is completely healthy, and he is a great scorer as well. Plenty of teams need upgrades at the point guard position, and the Nets are probably at the point where they are willing to take back 2-3 solid players that will both have roles and a pick or two for him. Williams ended up playing in 64 regular season games with the Nets last season, 
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