Marks: Deron Williams Played Better As Focal Point
“He (Dallas Mavericks Deron Williams) played a lot better with less than he did with more, when he was more of a focal point,” former Nets assistant GM Bobby Marks said.
In fairness, it wasn’t simply what was inside Williams’ chest or between his ears that failed him in Brooklyn. It was the lower extremities, the aforementioned faulty ankles, that played a role, too.
“The coaching rotating door really hurt him,” a person close to Williams said. “You had a different style offense and defense every year.”Faced with a leadership vacuum, Williams retreated.
Source: Ken Berger of CBS Sports
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