Now after all! Three years after their abortive attempt to lure, Deron Williams to Dallas, the Mavericks now have the Point Guard. Now, who is three-time all star, but significantly cheaper. The only question is whether the 31 year-old, who himself was only a shadow, really is a gain…
2010/11 had Jazz delivered for de Utah Deron Williams his best season averaging 21.3 points, 9.7 assists and 3.9 rebounds per game and was one of the point-guard elite. But since his trade to the nets in February 2011, it went steadily downhill for the powerful 1.91-meter man. After he struck out 2012 including a quote of the Mavs and extended in the nets for whopping $98.7 million for five years, his stats – also due to persistent injury and fitness problems, fell steadily. 2012/13 he came still solid 18.9 PPS and 7.7 AS, 2013/14 only on 14.3 PPS and, last season his yield amounted to 6.1 AS lean 13.0 PPS or 6.6 AS at a score of 38.7% (career-low).
In this year’s playoffs, the nets despite a poor record of 38:44-win in the Sprint eighth barely reached, Williams put 11.8 meters in first round-off against Dennis Schroeder’s Atlanta Hawks (2-4) and hit weak 39.1% of his field throws.
Now, the Brooklyn chapter has finished Williams. The Assembly agreed with the nets, who want to get rid of him for a long time, on a buyout from his monster contract. In the next two years, he would have conceded another whopping 43 million dollars.
The buyout is free the way for a change in his native Texas to the Dallas Mavericks. According to the colleagues from ESPN.com the 31-year-old for the Mavs, who are händeringend looking for a new Point Guard, to sign a two-year contract, which should bring about $10 million.