Swing-man Terrence Williams looks like he’ll be adding depth to the bench. Williams has always dazzled with his potential, and was averaging 18 ppg in China before leaving the team recently. Could become a nice role player down the stretch.
With all the recent injuries leaving the roster depleted, it was apparent that the Celtics needed to bring in some bodies to address their depth issues. Today the Celtics appear to be taking the first steps toward doing so. According to Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe,
Williams was recently playing in China before leaving due to a death in his family earlier this month. He was averaging nearly 18 points per game with his team in China, the Guangdong Southern Tigers.
The former Louisville star was selected 11th overall by the New Jersey Nets in 2009. He last played for the Sacramento Kings during the 2011-2012 season where he averaged 8.8 points per game, 4.1 rebounds per…
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