Could Reggie Williams Replace Monta Ellis In the Golden State Lineup?

March 23rd, 2010 by Hadarii Jones Leave a reply »
The Golden State Warriors have recently been playing like a team who can't wait until the NBA regular season end, but with the announcement that owner Chris Cohan is finally willing to sell the franchise, an air of hope now surrounds the beleaguered Warriors.

New ownership raises a myriad of different possibilities, and one of the main ones is the shape of the roster, assuming management changes once the team is sold.

There are various parts which the Warriors could use, and the only player rumored to be safe from trade consideration is rookie point guard Stephen Curry, who is perceived as the future face of the franchise.

This raises an interesting scenario involving the Warriors' leading scorer Monta Ellis, and diamond in the rough player Reggie Williams, who was recently signed for the remainder of the regular season.

The last memory I have of Williams was when he was the nation's leading scorer in college at Virginia Military Institute, and I remember being struck with the diverse ways in which he got his points.

He could shoot for sure, but he was also adept at scoring in the paint, in transition, or out of half ...

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