Mo Williams may be 31 years old, but he definitely hasn't lost a step. He scored 21 points, grabbed six boards, and dished out seven assists in 27 minutes tonight.
Even though their opponent was without, arguably, its best player and a key reserve, the Nets barely competed tonight in Portland, getting absolutely rocked by the hometown Trail Blazers. It started right...
Mo Williams has extra value this week (photo: Blazers' Facebook).The Portland Trail Blazers get the rare five-game schedule, and if you're in head-to-head weekly lineup leagues, you'll want to give Mo Williams a look. The Blazers' reserve point guard has extra value this week.In 38 games this season, Williams is averaging 9.5 points (40% FG, 89.5% FT), 1.9 rebounds...
Mo Williams will opt out of his $2.7 million deal with the Portland Trail Blazers for the 14-15 season.
Williams signed a two-year deal last offseason.
“I would like to be here long term,” Williams revealed to CSNNW.com. “My goal is to work something out with Portland this summer. I like it here and I want to make this place home.”
“Mo has been great,” Terry Stotts said...
Portland Trail Blazers guard Mo Williams tells CSNNW.com he will opt out of his deal with the team at the conclusion of the season and become an unrestricted free agent this summer.
Williams, 31, signed a two-year, $5.6 million deal with Portland last offseason and it contains a player option for the 2014-15 season that would have paid him $2.7 million.
The veteran guard, who head...
Backup guard Mo Williams left the Trail Blazers late Thursday to attend the funeral of a family member and did not travel with the team to Philadelphia for the opener of a four-game East Coast trip.
However, the Blazers expect Williams to rejoin the team in time for tonight's matchup against the 76ers, which is scheduled to tipoff at 5 p.m.
According to his twitter feed,...
We’ve posted some pretty random stories here on That NBA Lottery Pick but this one might take the cake for Hollywood director accidentally contacts NBA player.
Writer/director J.J. Abrams was trying to get in touch with children’s book author Mo Willems but accidentally got the digits for NBA player, Mo Williams (currently with the Portland Trail Blazers).
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Mo Williams had some options this off-season when it came to choosing his next landing spot.
Williams is not an elite top 10 point guard, but he is extremely serviceable, versatile, and a deadly shooter when his stroke is on.
Williams examined his options and made a choice, pick the Portland Trail Blazers over several other options. Why Portland you ask?
During his introductory...
Utah Jazz point guard Mo Williams will be out for the forseeable future.
The veteran spoke with his local media in regards to his thumb injury which he took on during the Jazz’s Saturday game against the Miami Heat.
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For years teams have been trying to be like the San Antonio Spurs. No team has been more consistent over the last 15 years, so why not? The Spurs have built a successful mold that other teams are going to try to copy, but in my opinion, no one has accomplished that goal yet. After hitting the game winner against the Spurs last week, Utah Jazz guard Mo Williams made reference to...
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The Clippers are perennial losers, and they've only made the playoffs once in the last 14 years. But that's not stopping Mo Williams from guaranteeing a postseason appearance.