HoopsHype Terrence Williams rumors

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Terrence Williams has agreed to an NBA minimum, non-guaranteed contract with the Detroit Pistons. Williams will report to Oct. 1 to Detroit's training camp. He was drafted No. 11 overall in the 2009 NBA draft by New Jersey, but hasn't played up to his potential. 13abc.com

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Anthony Tolliver has been in the mix for some time, but the team also has interest in free agents Michael Redd, Terrence Williams and Shawne Williams. Redd has a connection with Ernie Grunfeld since Grunfeld drafted Redd, a former all-star and Olympic gold medallist, for Milwaukee in 2000. Redd averaged 8.2 points last season in Phoenix after missing most of the past three seasons with knee ailments. Washington Post

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They had been in talks with free agent small forward Terrence Williams, but a source with knowledge of the team's plans said he is no longer part of the Kings' future. The addition of Brooks came just hours after the team announced the addition of small forward James Johnson, who was acquired from Toronto for a second-round pick. SI.com

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Unrestricted free agent Terrence Williams has received interest from the Sacramento Kings, Detroit Pistons and Phoenix Suns, according to sources close to the situation. Williams, who averaged 8.8 points, 4.1 rebounds and 3.1 assists last season with the Kings, is weighing his options. HoopsWorld

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The Kings haven't forgotten about Terrence Williams. The swingman who stepped in and became the team's best passer after stops in New Jersey and Houston will have to wait for Thompson's situation to be resolved before the Kings address re-signing him. Sacramento Bee

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The Kings were one of the worst shooting teams in the league last season, shooting just 43 percent from the field and an abysmal 32 percent from 3-point range. Petrie mentioned it’s an issue they’ll try to address either in free agency or through trade. As far as the possibility of re-signing Williams, the Kings president was brief on the prospects. “We’ll talk to Terrence for sure when the time comes and just see where that goes,” said Petrie. ”I think everybody’s been around free agency long enough to know that that’s going to be an interesting situation too.” Cowbell Kingdom

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(Terrence) Williams, who joined the Kings as a reserve after being waived by Houston, averaged 8.8 points, 4.1 rebounds and 3.1 assists in 18 games. He was immediately one of the best passers on the roster, a skill the Kings lack and have been trying to develop. "I don't want nothing to be drawn out until August, September or anything like that," Williams said of free agency. "I want to get it over with." Williams said he prefers to return to Sacramento. He fit in well with the team after stops in New Jersey and Houston in three seasons. Sacramento Bee

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