O.G. Broe wrote:
After he showed up to camp M Will was told to get to a certain weight & body fat %.. He then met those requirements set & has since played a total of 54 minutes with 13 ast 4 to's.. The Warriors have desperately needed all year a pg that can pass the rock instead of having S Jax handle all the duties, M Will strength is handling the rock & getting the ball to his team mates in position where they can be effective which has been a glaring problem all year
Too bad he won't be given a chance, Note he wasn't even on the road trip despite all the injurys, It's too late to play him now because if he shows flashes of what he is capable of it would make Nellie look bad or worse... Dam Shame.
That’s a good point you bring up concerning reaching weight requirements in order to play, which M-Willaims complied with.
In this situation I wonder if Nellie was doing what was better for him rather what’s best for the team. Making a point of who runs the team and has power over minutes.
Was M-Williams that bad to have a DeMarcus Nelson who was NOT A POINT GUARD; a pf in college, get minutes over him? By the way DeMarcus is NO LONGER ON THE TEAM, what does that say? The problem was evaluation of the most needed position pg, and the warriors dropped the ball big time. I just don’t understand why Nellie never played M-Williams; instead we watched a chaotic display on the court due to the mess up at pg position. The question that needs to be asked concerning this situation is what was the harm of playing M-Williams? Really what was the harm of playing the guy?
Davidson, Kurz, Morrow, all giving time to play with this depleted squad, really what was the harm of playing M-Williams ? Ahh frustrating.