"Obviously, man, your pride is hit," Williams said. "Then once you get outside of the pride part of it, you start looking at the basketball aspect of it. "And everybody in the world knows I want to win. Everybody in the world knows that it's a good move for the city of Los Angeles. It's a good move for the Clippers organization. Outside of that, outside of my pride, that was just me getting over it."
HoopsVibe’s Very Quick Call: I don’t see this as an issue in Clipper-land.
Obviously, newly-acquired Chris Paul will start. Chauncey Billups will serve as the back-up and play major minutes next to Paul. And Mo Williams, a former All-Star, will get tons of burn as a Jason Terry-style scorer off the pine.
Williams is a good guy and teammate. He has bought into his new role.
Here’s why: the Clippers are relevant. Very relevant.
With Caron Butler, Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan, and their trio of point guards, the once sad-sack Clippers have enough talent to overcome being owned by The Don -Donald Sterling.
And that is saying something.
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"I'm in a battle. I don't have time to worry about people's feelings right now," Anthony said. "I'm trying to win."
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