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New pickup Williams could be 'X' factor for Hornets' playoff push

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- As Mo Williams sat on the bench for the Minnesota Timberwolves earlier this month against the Atlanta Hawks, he started daydreaming about what it might be like to play for Charlotte, a playoff-contending team. Al Jefferson, a childhood friend and former teammate with the Utah Jazz, had called Mo earlier to say he had heard rumors that Williams might join him with...
Via Fox Sports Carolinas
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Mo Williams Traded To Charlotte Hornets

Mo Williams is heading to Charlotte. The Charlotte Hornets have made a trade to acquire point guard Mo Williams from the Minnesota Timberwolves with starting point guard Kemba Walker currently injured. Adrian Wojnarowski reported that the deal sent Williams and Troy Daniels to Charlotte with Minnesota getting Gary Neal and and a second-round draft pick in return. There were...
Via Basketball Bicker
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Hornets acquire Mo Williams from the Timberwolves

The Charlotte Hornets made a rather solid move on Tuesday in hopes of propelling them to the playoffs this season. Picking talent from a last-place Minnesota Timberwolves squad, the Hornets acquired guards Mo Williams and Troy Daniels from Minnesota in exchange for Gary Neal and a second-round pick (in 2019). Williams—now in his 12th season—was performing at a pretty high level...
Via Sportsnaut
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Mo Williams Opens Up about Being Traded, His Future and Possibly Coaching

The Minnesota Timberwolves and Mo Williams has always been a marriage that was going to end sooner rather than later; it appears we may be nearing the end of seeing the Wolves’ single-game scoring record holder (yes, it’s still weird to write) run with the young pups in Minnesota. Andy Greder of the St. Paul Pioneer Press talked with Mo Williams about his future in Minnesota...
Via Crossover Chronicles
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Williams thinks about trade rumors 'every day,' knows he can't control outcomes

MINNEAPOLIS -- Dealing with eccentric AAU parents -- each with his or her own heavy-handed, individual interests in their child's career path -- has given Mo Williams an appreciation for the struggles of NBA front office life, the Timberwolves point guard says. So he's not one to give coaches and general managers his input regarding personnel decisions, even if it regards his own...
Via Fox Sports North
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Heat Rumors: Heat Among Teams Interested in Mo Williams

It would appear Mo Williams is once again on the Miami Heat’s radar. Just days after Dwyane Wade suffered another setback to his right hamstring injury, Darren Wolfson of the ESPN radio affiliate 1500 Twin Cities, reports that the Heat are among several teams interested in trading for the Minnesota Timberwolves guard. Teams to watch on the Mo Williams front: Cavs, Clippers, and...
Via Heat Nation
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Historic Williams Shocks the World

David Jones  via Flickr It’s fair to say not many Minnesota Timberwolves fans expected too much before their team’s clash against the Indiana Pacers. On the back of a 15-game losing streak, it wasn’t just many of the basketball odds that believed the Pacers would make it 16 games without a win. But that was before Mo Williams turned into Michael Jordan for the night to help...
Via TWolves Blog
January 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Minnesota Timberwolves Weekly: Timberwolves finally win games this week

The week that was: The Minnesota Timberwolves won two games this week, which may not sound very impressive, but for a team with only seven wins almost halfway through the season this was a good week. The Timberwolves beat the Indiana Pacers on Tuesday 110-101 to snap their 15 game winning streak, and then beat the Denver Nuggets 113-105 on Saturday. The one loss the Timberwolves...
January 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Listen to the Pacers broadcasters grow increasingly astounded over Mo Williams’ 52 points

Mo Williams scored 52 points in an NBA game last night for the hapless Timberwolves.  Mo Williams!  I know what you’re thinking, and yes, he’s still in the league.  Mo was a one-time All-Star with the Cavs in the early days of his career, but has recently taken on official NBA journeyman status playing for four teams in the last four years.  But somehow, some way, he went...
Via Awful Announcing
January 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Mo Williams scores 52 points to end T-Wolves' losing streak

The list of NBA players who have scored 50 points (or more) in single game reads like a who’s who of all-timers, many of which have done it multiple times: Jordan (31), Kobe (24), Baylor (14), Kareem (11), and Wilt (ummm…118 times). In fact, outside of a handful of great point guards — Magic, Stockton, Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Via Next Impulse Sports
January 14, 2015  |  Discuss

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