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NetsDaily Jul 29, 2015

Deron Williams hopes for $18 million profit on Manhattan loft

Before his buyout and stretch, Deron Williams was owed $43.2 million. His Nets buyout amounted to $27.5 million. And his new Mavericks contract is worth $11 million.  So D-Will's net loss was $4.7 million. Not a problem if he even gets a fraction of what he wants for the 6,800-square-foot apartment he bought in 2013. According to the Post, Williams and his wife want $33.5 million for the The Merchants House loft at 35 North Moore Street. That's $17.7 million profit on a two year investment. Not as good as Prokhorov's turnaround on the Nets, but pretty good nonetheless. The Post reports...
New York Post Jul 29, 2015

Ex-Nets star Deron Williams to list TriBeCa penthouse for $33.5M

Hoops star Deron Williams is trading his tricked-out TriBeCa penthouse for Dallas digs. We hear Williams is putting the 6,800-square-foot apartment, which he bought for $15.8 million through Town Residential in...
CSN Washington Jul 28, 2015

Ranking offseasons in the East: No. 13, Nets

The Nets have had a busy summer highlighted by the departure of Deron Williams, but did they do enough to return to the postseason for the fourth year in a row?
NetsDaily Jul 17, 2015

Ian Eagle on the changing of the point guards ... and Joe Johnson's changing role

Ian Eagle knows stuff.  He proved that recently when he told WFAN that if the Nets couldn't find a taker for Deron Williams, they'd look to "cut bait" with their former franchise player, code as we later learned for the buyout and stretch. He wasn't just speculating. He knew. He spoke Thursday with Chris Shearn of YES, reiterating that the Nets brass thought Williams' attitude, not just his play, was hurting the team and that Joe Johnson could have a different role than he's had since his first years in the NBA, as first man off the bench. "I wouldn’t be shocked if he came off the bench...
New York Daily News Jul 14, 2015
Deron Williams signs with Mavericks after Nets buyout

Deron Williams signs with Mavericks after Nets buyout

If Deron Williams was looking for a more upbeat place to play after a failed marriage in Brooklyn, he certainly found it in Dallas.
Mavs Moneyball Jul 14, 2015

What to expect from Deron Williams 3 years later

Deron Williams's time in Brooklyn has largely been considered a failure. Will more reasonable expectations in Dallas help him find his game again? Deron Williams has finally come home. Three years later than expected, and under very different circumstances than expected, but #DeronToDallas is successful nevertheless. But how did we get here? Williams has fallen a long ways. It's difficult to imagine it now, but it was just a few years ago that people were debating whether Williams or Chris Paul was the best point guard in the NBA. From 2007 to 2012, Williams was good for 20 points and 10...
NetsDaily Jul 14, 2015

Official: Dallas Mavericks have signed Deron Williams

The Dallas Mavericks have announced that they've signed former Brooklyn Nets point guard Deron Williams to what is expected to be a two-year deal. The announcement was made by team owner Mark Cuban on Cyber Dust and then confirmed by the Mavericks' Twitter page. OFFICIAL: Join us in welcoming PG .@DeronWilliams to the Dallas Mavericks! http://t.co/wv5yhx5crj pic.twitter.com/nrpZWbDOYK — Dallas Mavericks (@dallasmavs) July 14, 2015 Williams, who spent the past three seasons with the Brooklyn Nets and one-plus with the New Jersey Nets, will receive a $27.5 million buyout from the Nets...
Mavs Moneyball Jul 14, 2015

Deron Williams officially signs with the Mavericks

Dallas finally has an actual starting point guard. Former Brooklyn Net Deron Williams has officially signed with the Dallas Mavericks, Mark Cuban announced on Cyber Dust. We'll update this post with terms of his deal. Williams cleared waivers on Monday. With no team planning to claim Williams and be on the hook for his $43.3 million salary over the next two years, the process has been mainly a formality. Late last week, Williams agreed to take a $25.5 million buyout of that $43 million he had left. Williams is finally making his way to Dallas after years of trade speculation followed by...
New York Post Jul 12, 2015

Deron Williams’ exit ushers in a new Nets leader

LAS VEGAS — It didn’t take long for Jarrett Jack to step into the void created by Deron Williams’ departure. Jack sat behind the bench for the Nets’ summer league...
New York Post Jul 12, 2015

GM Billy King: Buying out Deron Williams lets Nets ‘reshuffle the deck’

LAS VEGAS — The Nets traded for Deron Williams in 2011, then re-signed him in 2012, with the expectation he would be the face of a championship contending team. The...
New York Daily News Jul 12, 2015
Lionel Hollins says he isn't reason Deron Williams left Nets

Lionel Hollins says he isn't reason Deron Williams left Nets

Tough, old-school coach Lionel Hollins doesn’t deny that he and Deron Williams clashed on occasion.
New York Post Jul 11, 2015

Deron Williams’ legacy with Nets in 2 words: Who’s he?

Deron Williams finally gets paroled from his personal hell (also known as Brooklyn, N.Y.), he receives a fine parting gift, he’s afforded the chance now to go play in his...

Mavs expect to sign Deron Williams to 2-year, $10 million deal on Monday afternoon

The Mavericks will remain in a holding pattern Sunday, waiting until 4 p.m. Monday when point guard Deron Williams is expected to clear waivers and sign a two-year, $10 million contract with the Mavericks. They then will have two remaining …
NetsDaily Jul 11, 2015

Official: The Brooklyn Nets waive Deron Williams

A little housekeeping, as the Brooklyn Nets have officially waived Deron Williams, something that we've known was coming for the past 24 hours now. But, as of Saturday, July 11, it has become official. Goodbye, Deron Williams. Nets' GM Billy King released a statement as well, saying, "I would like to thank Deron for everything he gave the organization over the past 4 ½ years. I would like to wish Deron and his family good luck in the future." What's next for Deron? Well, as reported by Marc Stein and others, he is expected to sign a 2-year deal with the Dallas Mavericks once he clears...
New York Daily News Jul 11, 2015
S. Bondy: Deron Williams couldn't handle the big city

S. Bondy: Deron Williams couldn't handle the big city

Deron Williams and the Nets both just ran out of reasons to salvage the relationship.

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