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Apr 14, 2014
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Marvin Williams (knee) will not play against the Lakers on Monday.
Rotoworld Apr 14, 2014

Marvin Williams will not play on Monday - Marvin Williams (F) Utah Jazz

Marvin Williams (knee) will not play against the Lakers on Monday.
Salt Lake Tribune Apr 11, 2014

Marvin Williams doubtful vs. Portland

The Jazz look like they’ll be short-handed tonight. Forward Marvin Williams did not go through the team’s shootaround Friday morning and is doubtful to play tonight against the Portland Trail Blazers. Williams, who has a bruised left knee bone, tried to play through the injury Tuesday against the Dallas Mavericks. But he made it just eight minutes into the game before he was taken out. Without Williams, the Jazz will have one fewer body to throw against Portland’s LaMarcus Aldridge, who is avera...
Salt Lake Tribune Apr 8, 2014

Utah Jazz: Marvin Williams will start against Nowitzki, Dallas

Forward Marvin Williams will start Tuesday night, when the Utah Jazz try to derail Dallas’ run toward the playoffs at EnergySolutions Arena. Tipoff is 7 p.m. The game will be carried on ROOT Sports television. Williams has been bothered by a sore left knee. He has been listed as day-to-day. According to Jazz coach Tyrone Corbin, Williams will likely draw the primary defensive assignment on the Mavs’ Dirk Nowitzki. Now in his 16th professional season, Nowitzki averages 21.6 points per game. He ne...
SLC Dunk Apr 6, 2014

NBA Free Agency: Utah Jazz forward Marvin Williams faces uncertain future

The former #2 draft pick will face his greatest test in his career . . . free agency This is the time of the year where everyone's draft coverage increases. The NCAA National Championship game is about to happen, and players are declaring for the NBA Draft. Some players will live up to their promise, others will fail to move beyond having potential. Still, others will come into the league and have other factors prevent their ascent. In the case of former #2 draft pick Marvin Williams we now see him as 27 year old who has come back from a number of injuries, and now facing the one thing he's...
Salt Lake Tribune Mar 27, 2014

Utah Jazz: Marvin Williams’ presence important for rebuilding team

When the lights go down before the start of a game, Marvin Williams is in his usual spot. As each starter’s name is announced, the forward waits for him at the end of a line of high-fives. They run at each other, jump and bump sides. It matters little to Williams that his name hasn’t been among them of late. “It’s part of being a professional. You’ve got to be ready for adjustments. In this game, changes happen — quarter to quarter, game to game, week to week,” he says. “It means more to some pl...
Salt Lake Tribune Mar 23, 2014

Trey Burke comes through in the clutch

Richard Jefferson leapt into the air, arms extended in joy. Marvin Williams pointed skyward. The rookie hardly even smiled. Trey Burke had just sunk a 3-pointer - a high arcing shot that even after multiple replays looks sure to be blocked - to beat the Orlando Magic on Saturday, ending the Utah Jazz’s six-game losing streak. Big moments haven’t come around often in Utah’s 23-win season, but when they have, Burke has put himself at the center of many of them. “He doesn’t seem to mind the big mom...
SLC Dunk Mar 21, 2014
It never should have been Marvin or Enes, but Marvin and Enes

It never should have been Marvin or Enes, but Marvin and Enes

Why did we ever let it be a Marvin or Enes thing? It always should have been a Marvin and Enes thing. If you read a lot of my writing then first of all, thank you and God bless; and second of all, yes, I have my favorites and it's obvious who they are. It should then come as no surprise that Marvin Williams is one of my favorite and was one ever since the Utah Jazz traded for him back on July 11, 2012 for Devin Harris. I was sad to see Devin go and felt like he should have been given that last remaining year here. But I was more excited for Marvin. I effectively wrote a 2,000 word love...
Salt Lake Tribune Mar 18, 2014

Utah Jazz going backward as season draws to a close

Houston • As he finished dressing at his locker Monday night, Marvin Williams paused for a moment and let out a deep sigh. The veteran forward has remained positive during a difficult season, but after a 38-point blowout loss to the Rockets, Williams spoke quietly. “It’s frustrating, man,” he said. “You see yourselves get better as a team. You see yourselves make strides. Then I feel like the last few games, we’re almost back to where we started.” The last two weeks have indeed felt eerily famil...

Morning shootaround: Even with Marvin Williams back, Jazz could start Kanter and Favors

San Antonio • Marvin Williams said his lower back felt fine after going through shootaround this morning, but even if the Jazz forward is ready to play tonight against the Spurs, coach Ty Corbin seems to be leaning toward a change in his usual starting lineup."Right now, size-wise tonight it might be better for us to start big," Corbin said. "If Marvin's available, he'll play some. Whether it's starting tonight we'll see."The Spurs start a pair of 6-11 players in Tim Duncan and Tiago Splitter. A...

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