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Lou Williams gets a kick out of D’Angelo Russell freeze-out stat

D’Angelo Russell is reportedly not in good standing in the Los Angeles Lakers’ locker room these days, and some have wondered if his teammates will start freezing him out on the court as well. Did it already happen in Monday night’s game? ESPN’s Tom Haberstroh noted that Lakers guard Lou Williams passed to seven teammates during a blowout loss to the Utah Jazz, and none...
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 31, 2016  |  Discuss

2015 Fantasy Basketball Guards Rankings

Keith Allison Flickr The first round is all about Stephen Curry, James Harden, Chris Paul and Russell Westbrook, but I am most interested in seeing how Damian Lillard performs sans LaMarcus Aldridge, Brook Lopez, Nicolas Batum, Wesley Matthews and Arron Afflalo.    With an ADP of 15, Lillard is a great pick to start the second round of your fantasy basketball draft...
Via We Talk Fantasy Sports
October 19, 2015  |  Discuss

New Lakers have priceless reaction when asked Kobe Bryant question

By Larry Brown The Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday held a press conference to introduce three of their new players: Roy Hibbert, Lou Williams, and Brandon Bass. The trio, coupled with the team’s new draft picks, will help to usher in a new era for the team following the worst season in franchise history. But one thing they will need to work on first is team chemistry. There was...
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Lou Williams bolsters Lakers backcourt, but trouble remains

By David Kenyon As much as Kobe Bryant would enjoy scoring every point, the Los Angeles Lakers needed to find another top scoring option to complement him. The franchise did just that, plucking Lou Williams from free agency on a three-year deal. But the Lakers are still in trouble. Williams, the 2014-15 NBA Sixth Man of the Year, heads to Hollywood after recording a career-best...
Via Sportsnaut
July 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Lou Williams gets his due

By Joe Boland It feels like he should be an old man by now. After all, Lou Williams, named the 2014-15 NBA Sixth Man of the Year yesterday, has been lacing up his sneakers at the highest professional level for a decade now. That makes it easy to forget that the man they call Lou Will is in the prime years of his career. At 28 years old, he’s got plenty left in the tank, but coming...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
April 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Lou Williams named NBA's Sixth Man of the Year

By David Kenyon The NBA announced Monday afternoon that Toronto Raptors guard Lou Williams has been named the 2015 Sixth Man of the Year. Williams, who the Atlanta Hawks traded to the Toronto Raptors last summer alongside Lucas Nogueria in exchange for John Salmons, was the Eastern Conference Player of the Week in late November. And he didn’t stop producing. The 28-year-old...
Via Sportsnaut
April 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Louis Williams Hero Ball is Not the Recipe for Success

If you look at the box score — and only the box score — of tonight’s Raptors-Pistons game, it looks like Raptors sixth man Louis Williams had himself a solid night. 19 points on 11 shots, plus three three-pointers is about right for him. However, if you actually watched the game, you witnessed Raptors coach Dwane Casey fail to use his final timeout, and allow Williams to jack...
Via Busted Coverage
March 24, 2015  |  Discuss

J.R. Smith Loves That Louis Williams Might Have Two Girlfriends

For an athlete (or anyone, really) an open relationship is pretty much the ideal situation, right? Sure the public might deem the concept as unconventional, but guess what: Athletes live unconventional lives. Toronto Raptors guard Louis Williams gets that, and instead of lying to his multiple side pieces, he’s got them all in sync with his vibe. According to tips received back...
Via Busted Coverage
December 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Williams lifts Raptors past Celtics, 92-89

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) Louis Williams made a 3-pointer with 0.6 seconds left to give the Toronto Raptors a 92-89 victory over the Boston Celtics in an exhibition game Wednesday night. Jordan Hamilton led the Raptors (4-1) with 16 points, Williams added 15, and Terrence Ross and Patrick Patterson each had 12. Marcus Thornton scored 17 points in 17 minutes for the Celtics (2-3). Avery...
Via Associated Press
October 15, 2014  |  Discuss

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