HoopsHype Sean Williams rumors

March 22, 2012 Updates

Art Garcia: Mavs waive Sean Williams. Roster down to 14. Williams gotta be thinking, "Waiving me & keeping Lamar?" Twitter

March 13, 2012 Updates

Center Sean Williams is headed north on the tollway to Frisco again. Williams will return to the D-League Texas Legends now that Brendan Haywood and Brandan Wright are ready to return from injuries. The 6-foot-11, 235-pound Williams, who has spent most of the season with the Legends, did a decent job under difficult circumstances while filling in for the Mavs over the last week. He averaged 3.8 points, 1.8 rebounds and 1.0 block in 11.3 minutes per game in four losses. ESPN.com

March 5, 2012 Updates
January 6, 2012 Updates

The next time Sean Williams gets in a game it will be for the Texas Legends in Frisco. The Dallas Mavericks plan to assign Williams and just-signed forward Yi Jianlian to the Dallas Mavericks' D-League affiliate today. They'll be available to play in Sunday's game when the Legends return home to face the Maine Red Claws. ESPN.com

December 30, 2011 Updates

Sean Williams' career has been checkered, to say the very least. He enjoyed a promising start as a New Jersey Net, but his seeming ambivalence and plateaued skill set have done him in during the years since his 2007 NBA debut. That doesn't mean the guy can't still jump. Or kiss the rim, even. Or, most entertainingly, confuse the heck out of Dallas Mavericks teammate Rodrigue Beaubois as he kisses said rim. Yahoo! Sports

December 27, 2011 Updates

Dallas forward Sean Williams was playing so hard, leaving everything he had on the court — that he left more on the Dallas bench when he was subbed out in the fourth quarter. The second-year player vomited on the Mavericks' bench, which got the fans to their feet in appreciation that at least one of their players was actually playing all-out. "He was playing so hard, he threw up," Mavs coach Rick Carlisle said. "That tells you that he was going at it the way you need to." Denver Post

December 21, 2011 Updates

Center/power forward Sean Williams signed his two-year deal with the the Mavericks on Wednesday. The second year is partially guaranteed. The former Mansfield High School star was brought in to fortify the middle behind starter Brendan Haywood. Williams, Ian Mahinmi and Brandan Wright all will have an opportunity to earn playing time. ESPN.com

December 20, 2011 Updates

Sean Williams is set to become the Dallas Mavericks’ third-string center, according to a source, within the next two days. Williams, 25, is very familiar with the Mavs, having spent last season with the Texas Legends of the D-League. In 49 games last season for the Legends, Williams averaged 14.4 points, 9.4 rebounds and 2.9 blocks when he also played in the D-League All-Star game. Fort Worth Star-Telegram

December 19, 2011 Updates
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December 17, 2011 Updates

Emiliano Carchia: Former NBA player Sean Williams leaves Israeli team Maccabi Haifa for personal reasons. He averaged 12.8ppg and 7.9rpg. Via @Dubi Pick Twitter

September 8, 2011 Updates
August 11, 2011 Updates

After an All-Star season with the Texas Legends, Sean Williams is headed to Israel. Sources with knowledge of the big man's plans told ESPNDallas.com that Williams has agreed to a contract with Israeli club Maccabi Haifa, which has been trying feverishly to capitalize on the NBA lockout by signing players with NBA experience. ESPN.com

June 30, 2011 Updates

With a checkered past, the New Jersey Nets' 2007 first-round pick is out to prove he is not the misfit whose immature and illegal behavior overshadowed his talent. After a year spent trying to restore his image with the D-League's Texas Legends, (Sean) Williams received his first NBA evaluations since the Nets waived him last year with workouts for Memphis and Phoenix this week. "There are a lot of misperceptions about who I am because a lot of people don't know me," Williams, 24, said. "If you just read reports about some of my past, you might think I'm a horrible person. I'm trying to see people face to face and show them me. Everybody's trying to get to know me, see who I am and pick Sean Williams' brain. "Everybody knows I can play basketball. I've gotten this far through all the trouble I've been through in my life. It's just being the best person I can possibly be on and off the court. That's what is going to help me be a professional in this league." Arizona Republic

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