NBA Report: Mavericks Would Trade Deron Williams to Cavaliers for This…

LeBron James said the Cleveland Cavaliers need a “playmaker” and that they’re very “top heavy.”  He noted that he and Kyrie Irving play a ton of minutes because they have no other choice.  All that spells out that they’re very much on the hunt for a backup point guard.  They reportedly held workouts with Mario Chalmers, Lance Stephenson, Kirk Hinrich, and Jordan Farmar.  Now they’re exploring trade options.  The Dallas Mavericks are reportedly willing to part ways with Deron Williams, whom the Cavaliers are reportedly interested in, but would the Cavs be ok with this asking price?


(Video) NBA: Rick Carlisle Says Referee Baited Deron Williams Into Getting a Technical

Referees are supposed to keep order and diffuse a situation but coach Rick Carlisle accused referee David Jones of entering the Dallas Mavericks’ huddle during a timeout and baited Deron Williams into a technical foul.


(Video) NBA: Wow Did Rajon Rondo Try to Trip or Kick Deron Williams While Standing on the Sideline?

Rajon Rondo and the Dallas Mavericks had a pretty bitter divorce last season.  He clashed with head coach Rick Carlisle, the team made up a nonexistent injury as the reason for ditching him in the middle of a playoff series, and he didn’t even get a share of the additional cash they received for making the postseason.  In any event, Rondo is now with the Sacramento Kings and made his first trip back to Dallas on Tuesday night for their game against the Mavericks.  Rondo couldn’t get revenge on his former team on the court as he sat out with back spasms so he tried to do what he could from the sideline.


NBA: Deron Williams on Time With Nets: ‘Made me question if I even wanted to play basketball’

Injuries and disappointment marred Deron Williams time with the Brooklyn Nets and he’s since moved on to a happier and healthier time with his hometown Dallas Mavericks.  Williams says he’s enjoying the game of basketball again, something he hadn’t felt with the Nets.  In fact, playing in Brooklyn made him question whether he even wanted to play anymore.


NBA: Report, Deron Williams Asked For Buyout Because Of Fight With Coach Earlier In The Season

Deron Williams just convinced the Nets to buy him out of his remaining contract with the team for about $25-30 million dollars. He will now sign with his hometown Dallas Mavericks for two years/$10 million dollars. He is getting out of NY with a lot of money for not doing much but according to reports, part of the reason he wants to go is because of a long standing feud with head coach, Lionel Hollins.


NBA: Report, Deron Williams Seeking Buyout From Nets So He Can Sign With The Mavs!

The Nets wanted out from under the contracts of Joe Johnson and Deron Williams this summer, but D-Will was always going to be the harder to deal. Williams is set to make $43 million over the next two years, which is a lot of money for an erratic 13 points and 6.6 assists per game (his per-game averages last year). So the Nets may just buy him out. Then he would go home and sign with the Dallas Mavericks, which is exactly what it seems he wants to do anyway.


NBA: Nets Send Letter to Fans About Future Plans & Leave Out Deron Williams & Joe Johnson

There were reports all of last season about the Brooklyn Nets trying to trade Deron Williams and Joe Johnson but so far they haven’t been able to yield any viable offers.  Joe Johnson is set to make $24.9 million next season and Deron Williams is set to make $21 million next season (and $22.3 million the season after that).  The Nets just don’t see the two players in their future and the “star” players who were once part of the “Big 3” weren’t even mentioned in the team’s letter to the fans.


NBA: Paul Pierce Rips Deron Williams & the Brooklyn Nets; Says Team Would’ve Folded Without Him & KG

Paul Pierce’s nickname is “The Truth” and that’s what he told as he blasted his former team, the Brooklyn Nets, calling his one year with the franchise “horrible”.


(Video) NBA: Deron Williams Hits Brandon Bass With Triple Crossover Then Sinks Floater!

There was a time when Deron Williams was pitted against Chris Paul as the best point guard in the league.  Times changed and Williams got hit hard with injuries and an underperforming Brooklyn Nets team.  Williams has been showing us recently that he still got it, hitting this triple crossover against Brandon Bass who’s considered one of the better defenders in the league.


NBA Report: Rockets Interested in Deron Williams and Goran Dragic

The Houston Rockets weren’t able to trade for Rajon Rondo but they’re still on the hunt for a point guard and have reportedly set their sights on Deron Williams and Goran Dragic.


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