According to a team press release, Area 51 will be headed to Area 303 with the Colorado 14ers.
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Tim Thomas 2.0
Good riddance, I don’t even know he made the All Star rookie-sophomore game last year.
he is nothing like tim thomas and the nets are stupid
Thanks, Moose, for testing the one-word character limits. Apparently, it goes right across the site!
NOOO WAY DID HE NOT PROVE LAST SEASON THAT HE IS A BEAST, ITS JUST THE NETS NOT GIVING HIM ENOUGH COURT TIME THATS STUPID !!
What a waste.
very constructive post by the gentleman before me. “the Nets are stupid” However, the problem is for all the talent Sean Williams has, he doesn’t have a real position, doesn’t always know where to be on the court. By the way, Brook Lopez and Josh Boone are voth better players than him, so it’s tough to find minutes for the guy.
Sorry about that, Ryne. Looks cool, though.
Correction – I don’t even know HOW he made the All Star rookie-sophomore game last year.
Oh, and someone should go see if Joe Johnson’s okay…
Paging Ben Collins…
Ouch. He’s like Tyrus Thomas 2.0. I’d suggest the Bulls align themselves with a D-League team, but given the way they’re playing maybe they should just BECOME a D-League team.
MAKE RELEGATION HAPPEN.
man, if nets aint givin love for him, ill be happy to see him throwing it down on the other side of the river.
What exactly is a “14er”?
A “14er” would be the D-League team in Broomfield Colorado. The 14ers are shared by the Nuggets and Nets for D-League players. It’s great ball to watch as these guys work hard and (as you can tell) you never know who you might get to watch play.
An alternate description of a 14er would be any Colorado mountain of 14,000 feet or more.
Glad to have him as long as he’s here.
Glad to have him… he’ll get a “sign” at the 14ers games!
How long before he is demoted again, and he starts opposite his wife?
WHAT?In my mind he was one of the top 10 rookies in the league last season, he is a good player
Nets beat writer Dave D’Alessandro has written a lot about Sean Williams, and hopefully this might help some of you to grasp why this is happening with Sean Williams. I’m a bit late to post it, but still: http://www.nj.com/nets/index.ssf/2008/12/nj_nets_the_sean_conundrum_par_1.html
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