Terrence Williams Rumors

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Terrence Williams
Terrence Williams
Position: None
Born: 06/28/87
Height: 6-6 / 1.98
Weight:220 lbs. / 99.8 kg.
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3 months ago via SLAM
Williams — who now plays overseas — was at Louisville from ’05-’09 and tells TMZ Sports he’s furious his name was mentioned in the book “Breaking Cardinal Rules.” The book alleges Terrence … then a star for the Cardinals … paid $500 dollars for a sexual escapade with two women — an assertion which Williams AGGRESSIVELY denies. “I am not a part of that. To Louisville I am f**king Elvis Presley. So why would I pay anybody for anything?” “Motherf**kers pay me for pictures and handshakes. And that’s not being cocky, ’cause I don’t play around with my blessing. I’m very honored to be in that position in Louisville. Louisville is the greatest city, the fans are great, Rick Pitino is great.”
Terrence says he’s got a team of lawyers evaluating his legal options — and says he’s also furious that his former coach Rick Pitino and his close friend Andre McGee are being dragged through the mud. “Andre’s the most kind hearted person ever. And Rick Pitino, he’s Rick Pitino! A Hall of Famer, a legend … he don’t need to buy any kid p*ssy to get him to commit to the University of Louisville. It’s a privilege to play there.”
The AmeriLeague, a potential competitor for the NBA Developmental League, has named former Hawks center and longtime assistant coach Tree Rollins as a coach of one of its six franchises. The league also has added former NBA players Terrence Williams, Antoine Wright, and David Harrison to its rosters. The league will begin play on Nov. 9 at the Cashman Center in Las Vega
Storyline: AmeriLeague