Here’s a writer who says, at great length, Marvin Williams is being used wrong in Utah the same as he was in Atlanta.
Here’s a story out of Utah about how Bremerton’s Marvin Williams
is fitting in with the Jazz. Biggest revelation
from the story? Marvin likes table tennis so much, he keeps his own
paddle in his backpack.
Sounds like Marvin Williams and Mo Williams are going to have this problem all season.
Here’s what the Jazz experienced during their first practice a few days ago. The first preseason game is Monday.
Wherever Marvin Willimas goes, and the media is involved, the
first thing that comes up his politeness, his nice-guy persona. He
made that same impact in Salt Lake City Wednesday, as a local columnist noted.
Here’s Marvin’s comments on the trade. Here’s a look at how he could fit into the Jazz’s lineup.
For the first time since high school, Marvin won’t be wearing No. 24. Here’s the story behind that.
Last time Marvin Williams played the Knicks, he was ejected after getting into it with New York’s Shawne Williams in a Jan. 28 game in Atlanta. According to this report in the New York Daily News, Williams called on a couple of friends to help him out after getting heckled at Madison Square Garden in the return engagement earlier this week. Wonder if they were pals from Bremerton?
Mark Bradley of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution is of the belief that the Atlanta Hawks would be better of if Bremerton’s Marvin Williams was moved to the bench.
“And it’s not that Marvin isn’t capable of making an imprint on games; it’s just that, for 5 1/2 puzzling seasons, he has been content to do the minimum,” writes Bradley.
Read the full post here.
Here’s another column saying that while Marvin is a solid player, a “glue” guy, trading him could put the Hawks over the top.
Bremerton’s Marvin Williams made his first comments since being ejected after getting into a scrap with New York’s Shawne Williams last Friday. Williams missed Atlanta’s game on Saturday and must also sit out Wednesday’s game.
Marvin’s coach Larry Drew told the Atlanta Constitution-Journal that the the incident might be good for the team, which is viewed as soft by some around the league. Read the full story here.
Forward Marvin Williams of the Atlanta Hawks, who has been out since Dec.29 with a back injury, started working out last week, Michael Cunningham wrote in a story by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Cunningham wrote that Williams has been cleared for contact.
“I feel good,” Williams said. “I haven’t had any pain probably in a week now. I am starting to get my strength back. My conditioning is coming back. I am excited.”
You can read the rest of the story on the health of the Hawks here.