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Fear The Sword Jun 27, 2016

2015-16 Cleveland Cavaliers Player Review: Mo Williams comes full circle

In his return to Cleveland, Mo Williams help complete the task he couldn’t during his first stint with the Cavs. When Mo Williams was a Cleveland Cavalier the first time around, it ended in disappointment. As LeBron James’ main running mate up until James left in the summer of 2010 after he and Williams fell short against the Magic, Williams was the guy who became the face of the team in the aftermath. He became more vocal, probably a bit angry and suffered through most of a dreadful season a year after helping the Cavs win 66 games. When he was ultimately dealt to the Clippers in a...
TornBySports Jun 25, 2016

Utah Jazz: Congrats to Former Jazz Players

Congrats to two former Jazz players who are now NBA Champions.  I wrote Richard Jefferson and Mo Williams, letters on behalf of Utah Jazz fans everywhere: Dear ‘Firstname Lastname’,   Congratulations on your recent retirement and NBA Championship.  We [Jazz fans] are very happy for and wish you the best.  Of all the veterans that have played […] The post Utah Jazz: Congrats to Former Jazz Players appeared first on TornBySports.
Bullets Forever Jun 19, 2016

Watch Bria Hartley crossover Tiffany Hayes ... TWICE!

Breezy makes these plays look like a breeze. Bria Hartley scored 13 points in the Mystics' 95-65 beatdown of the Atlanta Dream. It wasn't just that Hartley scored 13 points. She made two highlights in Washington's first home win of the season with her now-patented crossover. In the first quarter, she performed one crossover to get enough separation from her defender, Tiffany Hayes which allowed her to drive left and get a scoop shot at the basket: The old scoop shot, @Breezyyy14 out here doing work! #MysticsDream #WatchMeWork pic.twitter.com/IVmeOtj2Dt — Washington Mystics...
Fear The Sword Jun 15, 2016

Mo Williams reportedly will pick up player option for next season

Mo Williams reportedly plans to return to the Cavs next season by picking up his player option. Mo Williams will remain a Cleveland Cavalier next season according to a report. Per Chris Haynes of cleveland.com, Williams will pick up his player option for next season and remain in Cleveland. Williams, 33, signed with the Cavs last summer on a two-year deal worth $4.3 million. His player option is worth a reported $2.2 million. The deadline for Williams to opt out is June 16. Williams, who began the season starting at point guard as Kyrie Irving returned from injury, played in 41 regular...
Plain Dealer Jun 14, 2016
Sources: Cavs guard Mo Williams to pick up player option for next season

Sources: Cavs guard Mo Williams to pick up player option for next season

Mo Williams will bypass becoming a free agent and will pick up his player option for the 2016-17 season, league sources informed cleveland.com.

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  • 9 Timofey Mozgov

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