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Lang Greene: The Bobcats are targeting restricted FA Reggie Williams. Williams shot 42 percent from deep last year. Bobcats ranked 29th in NBA from three Twitter

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Agent Herb Rudoy says the Charlotte Bobcats have expressed interest in Golden State Warriors sharpshooter Reggie Williams, and Rudoy said that interest is mutual. Rudoy, based in Chicago, said the Bobcats are one of about a half-dozen NBA teams to have called about Williams, a restricted free agent who shot a remarkable 42.3 percent from 3-point range last season. Bobcats coach Paul Silas has requested another long-range shooter after the team finished 29th in the NBA last season in 3-point percentage. Charlotte Observer

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Warriors restricted free-agent swingman Reggie Williams used his Twitter account Monday to confirm reports that he had signed a deal to play with Caja Laboral Vitoria of the Spanish ACB League. Williams is the first Warriors player to sign an international deal during the NBA's lockout. Stephen Curry and Dorell Wright have expressed interest in playing overseas, and agent Bill Duffy said Saturday that Andris Biedrins will start exploring offers next month. San Francisco Chronicle

Caja Laboral announced the arrival of Reggie Williams for the upcoming season with an NBA out. The guard, who is restricted free agent, will earn $1.5M per season with the Basque team. Williams, guard, has played two seasons in the NBA with Golden State Warriors averaging 10.6ppg, 3.1rpg and 1.8apg in 104 games. Sportando

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Golden State Warriors free-agent forward Reggie Williams has signed a one-year, $1.5 million contract with Caja Laboral Vitoria of the Spanish ACB League, Williams’ agent told Yahoo! Sports. The deal includes a $1 million buyout if Williams wants to return to the NBA this season. Under the NBA’s previous collective bargaining agreement, NBA teams could contribute up to $500,000 to buy out a player’s overseas contract. Yahoo! Sports

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