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Done deal between Valencia and Derrick Williams. After Bayern and Fenerbahce, former Nba will play in Spain.

Derrick Williams said he turned down offers to play in the now-suspended NBA this season, wanting to set goals and take advantage of the opportunity in Europe before coming back.

“I told myself after my first year in Europe that if I’m going to stay, I’m going to play for the team with the best fans and coach out here,” Williams said. “If I was going to go back to the NBA, that was going to be my best bet. I just wanted to make sure I was 100% ready to capitalize on the opportunities I was going to get. I’m only 28, and I feel I’m getting better and more consistent as every year goes. I love it out here. It’s fun, can’t complain, but who knows. Maybe next year, some NBA things might happen.”

Emiliano Carchia: Olimpia Milano is pursuing 2nd pick of 2011 NBA Draft Derrick Williams, a source told @Emiliano Carchia. Ettore Messina’s Olimpia made a rich offer to the former forward of Bayern Munich. Efes was rumored to be interested in the player as well

The general manager of Bayern Munich, Marko Pesic, said Derrick Williams will either remain with the Bavarians or return to the NBA. “The transfer period starts on July 1st. That is why there is no update on Derrick Williams. He told me, though, that he will either remain with us or return to the NBA,” Pesic mentioned.

Bayern Munich managing director Marko Pesic confirmed the agreement with former 2nd pick of the NBA Draft Derrick Williams. The forward arrived in Germany last week but he has not made the physicals yet due to an infection.

Derrick Williams: “When people say, ‘Oh, he was the No. 2 pick, but he didn’t do this and that’, at the end of the day, I proved myself. I’m going to keep proving myself each and every day. I don’t have to prove my work to anybody else. I know what I have to do in order to keep continuing to push for my family, myself and the people surrounding me. As long as I’m giving 110 percent effort, everybody else’s opinion doesn’t matter to me.”

Emiliano Carchia: Derrick Williams agreed to terms with Bayern Munich, a source told Sportando. An official announcement by the German champions is expected soon. Williams is the 2nd overall pick of the 2011 NBA draft

Shams Charania: The Lakers plan to sign forward Derrick Williams to a 10-day contract today, league sources tell Yahoo. Williams, the former No. 2 overall pick, played in China this season.

What is something you would tell a front office looking to sign you? Derrick Williams: I’ve always been a team player. I’m young in the basketball world. I have a lot of time to really get better, too. I’m going to focus, that’s why I’m here in China. Sometimes, people just get too comfortable in the NBA. I wouldn’t say I went that route. But the reason I got to the league was that I was comfortable with being uncomfortable. I was the No. 2 overall pick but it was wild considering I wasn’t ranked in the ESPN Top 100 coming out of high school. But two years later, I was right there. The things you dream can come to fruition. I’m a prime example of working to your goals. I’m not in the spot I want to be in but sometimes you do things you don’t want to do. I want to be in the NBA. I’m an NBA player with NBA talent. Things happen for a reason and when I get a call back to the NBA, I won’t take it for granted. I will live like this until the day I can’t play basketball any longer.

As reported by Zhang Duo, former no.2 overall pick Derrick Williams has signed a deal in China with Tianjin Golden Lions. Williams finished last season with the Cleveland Cavaliers, averaging 6.2 points and 2.3 rebounds per game.

Derrick Williams has officially started over. Williams is signing with the Cavs for the rest of the season Saturday after playing out the last of consecutive, 10-day contracts. Williams will sign a $268,000 deal before Cleveland plays Miami at 8 p.m., the team that waived him in early February. He asked for the release so he could get that fresh start with the Cavs, and he’s made the most of it.

Shams Charania: Cavaliers plan to sign forward Derrick Williams for rest of season Saturday when last 10-day deal expires, league source tells @The Vertical.

The Cavs intend to sign forward Derrick Williams to a second 10-day contract Wednesday before the team returns to practice following the All-Star break, a source told

They are going to sign him to a minimum contract in approximately 11 more days. But there won’t be a team option. Williams signed a $4.6 million deal with the Heat last summer. He’s earned at least $26 million over his six seasons. So he doesn’t “need” the security of a veteran’s minimum contract. He will sign with the Cavs for the rest of the season and then seek a bigger payday as a free agent in the off-season.

Derrick Williams, signed by the Cavaliers to a 10-day contract this week, will be sticking around Cleveland for a while — if LeBron James has his say, at least. “We hope that this is a long-term thing,” James said of Williams after the Cavs’ 125-109 win over the Denver Nuggets on Saturday. “Obviously, we know that he’s on a 10-day contract, but we believe it’s going to be long-term.”

But he is realistic. While it appears he has already acquitted himself well, there was sizable risk involved to coming to Cleveland on a non-guaranteed deal with a team that has been open about its search for an additional point guard or rim protector. “I kind of put myself in this predicament,” Williams said. “I asked for the release from the last team, and I put myself in a 10-day. So I’m not worried about anything after that. I just want to take every day at a time and put myself in a position I’ve never been in, and that’s what I want to do, and that’s why I chose to come here.”

In the strange twists and turns an NBA season can take, Derrick Williams concedes now he is a bit surprised to be here. In order for that to happen, he had to clear waivers. Before he approached the Miami Heat and asked for his release, his agent, Rob Pelinka, warned he was taking a big risk. Teams with cap space such as the Philadelphia 76ers and Saturday’s opponent, the Denver Nuggets, could’ve claimed him. But Williams struggled with the Heat and fell out of the rotation, not to mention the $4.6 million cap hit he would’ve cost a team that claimed him. So he passed through unclaimed by 29 other teams. “I took that as a little disrespectful,” the former No. 2 overall pick told the Beacon Journal. “I’ve got a little chip on my shoulder now.”

Williams is expected to sign with the Cavaliers in time to play in Thursday’s road game in Oklahoma City, league sources said. Williams has flexibility going the route of the 10-day deal, which provides some control of his situation in case the Cavaliers make an impactful trade before the Feb. 23 trade deadline. Williams worked to finalize an agreement with the defending NBA champions after clearing waivers on Wednesday.

Ian Begley: If forward Derrick Williams clears waivers, it’s worth noting that he still has some fans in the Knicks organization. Williams was with the Knicks in 2015-16 and signed with Miami over the summer, declining a player option to remain in New York. He will he waived by Miami, according to multiple reports. Sources say the Knicks will indeed have some interest in Williams if he clears waivers. The club, of course, will have to waive a player to make room for Williams.

The Heat explored trading Williams in recent days but was unable to find a taker. Trading Williams would have given the Heat a chance to add a $4.6 million trade exception and also allowed the Heat to use his contract in any trade made before the Feb. 23 trade deadline.

Albert Nahmad: Heat is waiving Derrick Williams to clear a roster spot to re-sign Okaro White, per @Barry Jackson. Heat would save $1.7M if Derrick Williams’ $4.6M contract claimed off waivers (but perhaps less likely if Heat couldn’t find trade partner).

The 25-year-old is averaging 6.8 points on 42.2 percent shooting and 2.8 rebounds in 16 minutes per game this season. Williams signed a one-year, $4.6 million contract with the Heat as a free agent this past summer, and he’ll be an unrestricted free agent after the season. “I’m just waiting for my opportunity,” Williams said of his approach. “Whenever coach calls my number, calls my name, I’m ready. Whatever it might be, whether I’m starting, coming off the bench, playing three minutes, playing 30 minutes – I’ll be ready.”

Adrian Wojnarowski: Free agent forward Derrick Williams has agreed to a one-year, $5M deal with Miami, league source tells @The Vertical. Williams sees how Miami culture under Erik Spoelstra has improved value of players and deal gives him chance to get back on market in ’17.

Ian Begley: The Knicks have their backup point guard in Brandon Jennings. Jennings’ deal is one year and approximately $5 million, league sources confirm to ESPN. CSN Chicago first reported the terms. The Knicks will likely have to renounce their rights to free agents Derrick Williams, Lou Amundson, Sasha Vujacic and Kevin Seraphin to fit Jennings’ deal into cap space. The club should still be able to sign restricted free agent Langston Galloway and free agent Lance Thomas by going over the cap to do so via the Early Bird exception.

Ian Begley: The Knicks have their backup point guard in Brandon Jennings. Jennings’ deal is one year and approximately $5 million, league sources confirm to ESPN. CSN Chicago first reported the terms. The Knicks will likely have to renounce their rights to free agents Derrick Williams, Lou Amundson, Sasha Vujacic and Kevin Seraphin to fit Jennings’ deal into cap space. The club should still be able to sign restricted free agent Langston Galloway and free agent Lance Thomas by going over the cap to do so via the Early Bird exception.

Williams is a different story. A source told the News that the 25-year-old forward, while sometimes a little reckless and inconsistent, developed into a favorite of Knicks president Phil Jackson. Williams, the former second overall pick, averaged 9.3 points in 17.9 minutes off the bench. He is due $4.6 million next season but can more than double that over multiple seasons by opting out. The Knicks do not hold Williams’ Bird Rights so they’d need to dip into their cap space to re-sign him.

According to a an NBA source who has spoken to Williams recently, he’s hopeful of returning to New York. The Knicks hope to re-sign him to augment a thin bench. “He liked it here in New York, loved playing for a Phil Jackson team,’’ the source said. “I think the Knicks are trying to keep their young athletes so they can continue to develop.’’

New York Knicks forward Derrick Williams has informed the franchise that he’ll become an unrestricted free agent this summer, league sources told The Vertical. Williams, 25, passed on his $4.6 million player option for the 2016-17 season, choosing to test the market, sources said.

The Knicks still have an interest in signing Williams to a new deal, sources said. Williams’ athleticism and versatility at a small forward position in demand on the market are expected to give him significant options this summer.

Derrick Williams owns the other the player option at $4.6 million. The former second overall pick, who played well although often undisciplined with the Knicks, said he won a gamble by signing a short contract last summer. “I wanted to take a chance on myself and I think I really pulled through on that one,” he said.

Now Williams, the University of Arizona product, will be back home. He’s one of many Knicks with Los Angeles ties as the club faces the Clippers on Friday and the Lakers on Sunday. Williams revealed the Lakers, founders of Showtime, exhibited strong interest in him last summer, and they could be a threat to the Knicks if he opts out this July. “That’s my home,’’ Williams told The Post. “I’m from L.A., Orange County. I love it but at the same time I’m here, love playing in New York, home away from home. This weekend will be great. I haven’t been home since August. It’s always great to play before family and friends. I can’t wait to go back.’’

Williams told The Post he is undecided, pending how he finishes out the season. He is one of the few Knicks able to create his own shot — he made one lovely layup off a spin/drive — and is good at drawing fouls. “I’m just worried about playing well and helping this team win,” Williams said. “I love the atmosphere here. When we’re not at our best, the fans are still there. I’m just worried about the last [19] games. I’m really trying to push, man. If we do that, everything will be good.”

And for the Knicks it made little sense to make the second year an option for Williams, rather than to try to make it a team option. The $5 million deal, if he opts in, could be the difference between the Knicks being capable of making a maximum-contract offer to one of the free agents on the market this summer. In a free agent summer in which more than half the teams can offer the max, and some, such as the Lakers, have more than $60 million in cap room, the Knicks could be left on the outside looking in. But Williams explained that he didn’t want it any other way. “That was pretty much the whole plan all along,” he said Saturday morning. “I knew that I wanted to prove myself and prove my worth. I wanted a two-year deal with a player option after the first year.”

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The New York Knicks added to their ranks Friday, agreeing to a two-year deal with Derrick Williams worth $10 million, per ESPN's Chris Broussard. Al Iannazzone of Newsday confirmed the move.

According to Broussard, the second year will be a player option.

Williams spent the 2014/15 season with the Sacramento Kings. He averaged 8.3 points and 2.7 rebounds a game in 19.8 minutes on the floor.

The Knicks likely pulled the trigger on a deal for the 24-year-old after losing out on Corey Brewer. Broussard reported earlier in the day that both Williams and Brewer were on New York's radar. Then, Brewer agreed to a three-year deal to remain with the Houston Rockets, per Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski.

Frank Isola of the New York Daily News reported that Williams was instead likely the Knicks' top target since Brewer was always likely to stay in Houston.

Signing Williams isn't exactly the kind of move that will rally the Knicks' fanbase. The young forward has never lived up to his second overall selection in the 2011 draft. Over his four-year career, he has averaged 9.3 points a game on 42.9 percent shooting and 4.3 rebounds.

ESPN Digital Media's Royce Webb added that the analytic stats aren't kind to Williams, either:

Jared Dubin, who writes for Bleacher Report, also didn't have many good things to say about the possible addition of Williams:

At the very least, Williams will bring some frontcourt depth to New York. Plus, it's easy to forget that he's still relatively young. While the chances he becomes an All-Star are almost certainly gone, he could grow into a solid role player into his mid-20s.

As much as Knicks fans might not want to believe it, signing guys like Williams and Robin Lopez, per Wojnarowski, are the new normal for the franchise until it proves to be a winner once again.

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Report: Derrick Williams to sign second 10-day contract with Cleveland Cavaliers

According to a report from ESPN Cavs reporter Dave McMenamin, Derrick Williams will spend just a bit more time in Cleveland. The 25 year old Williams has had a disappointing career after being the 2nd overall pick in the 2011 NBA draft, but found a small amount of success with the New York Knicks a year ago. After a rough start to the season with Miami, he recently completed a 10 day contract with the Cavs. He signed his second 10 day contract today.

Williams can play a bit of small forward and power forward, particularly against second units, when paired with LeBron James. He can catch and dunk and has thus far made some three pointers. He’s not a good defender, and his rebounding comes and goes, but he is athletic and can play with energy. The Cavs are looking for guys to absorb minutes with an older roster beset by injuries. Williams can resurrect his career by doing the little things and the Cavs surviving his minutes on the court. So far, so good.


Derrick Williams (basketball)

American basketball player

Derrick LeRon Williams (born May 25, 1991) is an American professional basketball player for Maccabi Tel Aviv of the Israeli Premier League and the EuroLeague. He was selected with the second overall pick by the Minnesota Timberwolves in the 2011 NBA draft.

Early life[edit]

Williams was born in Bellflower, California and graduated from La Mirada High School.[1]

College career[edit]

Williams originally committed to play at the University of Southern California.[2] He was quickly recruited by first-year head coach Sean Miller at the University of Arizona.

Freshman year[edit]

As a freshman Williams averaged 15.7 points per game and was named a freshman All-American and the Pac-10 Freshman of the Year.[3][4]

Freshman year honors:

Sophomore year[edit]

Williams rose to national prominence in his sophomore year. He averaged 19.5 points and 8.3 rebounds per game. During the 2011 season, Williams led the NCAA in True Shooting percentage (.690) and Effective Field Goal percentage (.650), helping lead the Arizona Wildcats basketball team to a regular season PAC-10 championship. Williams was named the Pac-10 Player of the Year.[5]

Williams also contributed to the Wildcats' run in the NCAA men's basketball tournament. He made a critical block with less than 2 seconds against Memphis.[6] He had a 3-point play against the Texas Longhorns, which advanced the Wildcats to the Sweet 16 of the 2011 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament.[7] Williams then had a career-high 32 points along with 13 rebounds to lead Arizona in an upset victory over the #1-seeded Duke by a 16-point margin to advance into the Elite Eight,[8] where they fell 65–63 to the future NCAA tournament champion, Connecticut.[9] At the end of the season he was projected to be one of the top picks for the upcoming NBA draft.[10]

Sophomore year honors:

Professional career[edit]

Minnesota Timberwolves (2011–2013)[edit]

Williams announced that he would declare for the NBA draft on April 13, 2011.[21] He was selected with the second overall pick by the Timberwolves in the 2011 NBA draft. During the NBA lockout of 2011, he spent the summer at the University of Arizona taking summer classes to finish his degree.[22] Shortly after the draft, Under Armour signed an endorsement deal with Williams.[23] Williams joined several other NBA players for an exhibition game in the Philippines during the summer of 2011.[24]

Williams participated in the 2012 Rising Stars Challenge, as well as the 2012NBA All-Star Weekend Slam Dunk Contest.[25] Williams scored a season-high 27 points on February 28, 2012, in a win over the Los Angeles Clippers. He made 9 of 10 shots from the field and 4 of 4 from three-point range.[26] He led the Timberwolves to victory over the New Orleans Hornets with what was then a career-high 28 points on March 17, 2013.[27]

Sacramento Kings (2013–2015)[edit]

Williams with the Kings in 2013

On November 26, 2013, Williams was traded to the Sacramento Kings for forward Luc Mbah a Moute.[28] He made his debut on November 29, 2013, finishing with 12 points (on 6-for-13 shooting), six rebounds and four assists in a 104–96 overtime loss to the Los Angeles Clippers. On December 9, 2013, Williams scored a career-high 31 points in a victory over the Dallas Mavericks.

In the Kings' 2014–15 season finale on April 15, Williams scored a season-high 22 points in a 122–109 win over the Los Angeles Lakers.[29]

New York Knicks (2015–2016)[edit]

On July 9, 2015, Williams signed with the New York Knicks.[30] He made his debut for the Knicks in the team's season opener against the Milwaukee Bucks on October 28, scoring a game-high 24 points in a 122–97 win.[31] On January 12, 2016, he recorded his first double-double of the season with 15 points and 10 rebounds in a 120–114 win over the Boston Celtics.[32] The next day, he tied his career-high of 31 points in a loss to the Brooklyn Nets.[33]

Miami Heat (2016–2017)[edit]

On July 10, 2016, Williams signed with the Miami Heat.[34] On February 6, 2017, he was waived by the Heat after appearing in 25 games.[35]

Cleveland Cavaliers (2017)[edit]

On February 9, 2017, Williams signed a 10-day contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers.[36] That night, Williams played 22 minutes in his debut in Cleveland's 118–109 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder and scored 12 points, going 3-for-3 from the field and 6-for-8 from the free throw line.[37] He went on to sign a second 10-day contract on February 22,[38] and then a rest-of-season contract on March 4.[39] The Cavaliers reached the 2017 NBA Finals, where they were beaten in five games by the Golden State Warriors.[40][41]

Tianjin Gold Lions (2017–2018)[edit]

On December 28, 2017, Williams signed with the Tianjin Gold Lions of the Chinese Basketball Association.[42][43] In 15 games for Tianjin between early January and early February, Williams averaged 20.0 points, 6.6 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 1.7 steals per game.

Los Angeles Lakers (2018)[edit]

On March 9, 2018, Williams signed a 10-day contract with the Los Angeles Lakers.[44] After the contract expired, the Lakers decided to part ways with him.[45]

Europe (2018–present)[edit]

On October 3, 2018, Williams signed with Bayern Munich of the Basketball Bundesliga (BBL) and the EuroLeague for the 2018–19 season.[46] In the EuroLeague, Williams averaged 13.4 points and 4.2 rebounds over 29 games.[47] In the BBL, Williams won the championship with Bayern after defeating Alba Berlin in the BBL Finals.

On July 18, 2019, Fenerbahçe announced that Williams had signed a one-year contract with the Turkish club.[48]

On July 8, 2020, he has signed with Valencia Basket of the Spanish Liga ACB.[49]

On June 30, 2021, Williams signed a one-year contract with Maccabi Tel Aviv of the Euroleague and the Israeli Basketball Premier League[50]

Career statistics[edit]

  GP Games played   GS  Games started  MPG  Minutes per game
 FG%  Field goal percentage  3P%  3-point field goal percentage  FT%  Free throw percentage
 RPG  Rebounds per game  APG  Assists per game  SPG  Steals per game
 BPG  Blocks per game  PPG  Points per game  Bold  Career high


Regular season[edit]


Career 804.8.533.6001.


Year Team
2018–19Bayern Munich29226.0.460.333.7844.
Career 572226.0.472.354.7424.


Arizona Wildcats2009–10 313128.
Arizona Wildcats2010–11 383830.


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  9. ^"Walker gets help, UConn edges Arizona for spot in Final Four". USA Today. March 27, 2011.
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  13. ^Williams Earns District Player-of-the-Year Kudos from USBWA – University of Arizona Wildcats Official Athletic SiteArchived March 22, 2012, at the Wayback Machine. (March 11, 2011). Retrieved on 2012-07-09.
  14. ^Wooden Award. Wooden Award. Retrieved on July 9, 2012.
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  29. ^"Kings beat Lakers 122-99, sending LA to worst season ever". Archived from the original on June 10, 2016. Retrieved April 16, 2015.
  30. ^"Knicks Acquire Four Free Agents: Afflalo, R. Lopez, Williams, O'Quinn". July 9, 2015. Retrieved July 10, 2015.
  31. ^"Williams scores 24, Knicks beat Bucks 122-97 in opener". October 28, 2015. Archived from the original on October 26, 2015. Retrieved October 28, 2015.
  32. ^"Knicks hold off Celtics after Anthony sprains ankle". January 12, 2016. Archived from the original on January 15, 2016. Retrieved January 12, 2016.
  33. ^"Nets beat Knicks 110-104 to end 10-game home skid". January 13, 2016. Archived from the original on January 16, 2016. Retrieved January 13, 2016.
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