Nets Trade Marcus Williams To Warriors

Nets Trade Marcus Williams To Warriors

There are 9 comments on the Hartford Courant story from Jul 23, 2008, titled Nets Trade Marcus Williams To Warriors. In it, Hartford Courant reports that:

Marcus Williams was traded from the Nets to the Warriors Tuesday, a move that should give the former UConn point guard a chance to rejuvenate his career.

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Gales Ferry, CT

#1 Jul 23, 2008
He should have stayed at Uconn. That degree would come in handy down the line !
Observer

Minneapolis, MN

#2 Jul 23, 2008
Another example of someone with ability but no commitment to be a really great player.
Locke

Stephens City, VA

#3 Jul 23, 2008
He is a millionaire at 22 either way. The irony of life is disgusting at times.
Mike Tyson Says

East Hartford, CT

#4 Jul 23, 2008
What did he do wrong? Hes an average nba PG who can help nearly any team who would have him. Needs that degree...someething tells me the first two posters don't watch nba games.

CELT's 08!!!
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Gales Ferry, CT

#5 Jul 23, 2008
Mike Tyson Says wrote:
What did he do wrong? Hes an average nba PG who can help nearly any team who would have him. Needs that degree...someething tells me the first two posters don't watch nba games.
CELT's 08!!!
I don't,but I understand what your saying. However, let me just say Vinnie Baker

“Raiders, Warriors and A's”

Since: Aug 07

San Jose

#6 Jul 23, 2008
Locke wrote:
He is a millionaire at 22 either way. The irony of life is disgusting at times.
If you excel to become the creme of the crop in almost any profession, and you'll become a millionaire quickly in life. No irony there at all.
Locke

Shelton, CT

#7 Jul 23, 2008
2oonz wrote:
<quoted text> If you excel to become the creme of the crop in almost any profession, and you'll become a millionaire quickly in life. No irony there at all.

He has never excelled even at Uconn. He made his millions of potential.

The irony is a college kid who makes the identical mistakes he did while aspiring to be a teacher would never get the opportunity b/c of the consequences from his actions. This guy has never really made any effort; the question of his conditioning is proof; and is a millionaire.

I understand it is minuet percent of basketball players that make it to the NBA and they all get paid handsomely. But I believe effort is more important then talent.

“Raiders, Warriors and A's”

Since: Aug 07

San Jose

#8 Jul 23, 2008
Locke wrote:
<quoted text>
He has never excelled even at Uconn. He made his millions of potential.
The irony is a college kid who makes the identical mistakes he did while aspiring to be a teacher would never get the opportunity b/c of the consequences from his actions. This guy has never really made any effort; the question of his conditioning is proof; and is a millionaire.
I understand it is minuet percent of basketball players that make it to the NBA and they all get paid handsomely. But I believe effort is more important then talent.
Effort? It's performance I'm interested in. If he doesn't perform, he'll be looking for a job soon enough.
Thats What Up

Los Angeles, CA

#10 Jul 24, 2008
I have no doubt that MWill will thrive in the Warriors system. That's his style. Plus he has a chip on his shoulder. I think this will be a very interesting season, in a good way.

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