Milwaukee Bucks forward Marvin Williams told ESPN's The…

Milwaukee Bucks forward Marvin Williams told ESPN’s The Undefeated that he is retiring. Williams voiced the decision on Tuesday after earning 11 points and eight rebounds in the Bucks’ 103-94 season-ending loss to the Miami Heat in Game 5 of a second-round series. The former University of North Carolina star was selected second overall in the 2005 NBA draft by the Atlanta Hawks. Williams, 34, averaged 10.2 points and 5.2 rebounds in 1072 NBA games. “I’ve been very blessed. God has been very, very good to me,” Williams said.

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Jamal Crawford: S/O Marvin Williams on a heck of a career!! All class, all the time. Highest draft pick ever from the state of Washington! #legendary.
Marc J. Spears: Bucks forward Marvin Williams told @TheUndefeated he is retiring from playing in the NBA after 15 seasons. “I’ve been very blessed. God has been very, very good to me,” Williams said.
Hornets forward Marvin Williams will be an unrestricted free agent at season’s end, and while he might continue his playing career if he gets an NBA offer he likes, he has given some thought to the idea of retirement, as he tells Rick Bonnell of The Charlotte Observer (subscriber-only). “I’ll be honest with you, I’ve certainly thought about being done,” Williams said earlier this week. “I feel like that’s where I am right now: I could do it or I could not.”
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