Found December 26, 2011 on Deadspin:
That's the story Williams told reporters in the locker room prior to tonight's season-opener against the Trail Blazers in Portland, anyway. According to the Philadelphia Daily News, Williams said a man approached him as his car was stopped on a Philly street on Christmas Eve, knocked on the car's window, and brandished a gun. The man then recognized Williams. More »
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