Nets win 4th time in 6 games, beat HornetsPosted by Inside Hoops
The AP reports:
Rookie Terrence Williams is finally figuring out how to play in the NBA, and so are the New Jersey Nets to be honest.
Williams had 14 points and a career-high 14 assists and the Nets posted their biggest win of the season with a 115-87 decision over the slumping New Orleans Hornets on Saturday night.
“Terrence was terrific,” Nets interim coach Kiki Vandeweghe said.
Unstoppable might have been a better word because the Hornets had no answer for Williams, who was 7 of 13 from the field and was the undeniable catalyst as the Nets (11-65) won for the fourth time in six games…
David West, who had 25 points, seven rebounds and six assists to lead New Orleans, noticed Williams in the game in which the Hornets allowed 40 fast-break points.
Obviously it’s a bit late in the season for the Nets to come somewhat alive, but better late than never.
Williams has had a slightly better season than some may realize, only shooting 39.5% from the field for 7.9 points and a well-balanced 4.2 rebounds and 2.7 assists in 21.6 minutes per game.
In his last five games, Williams has averaged 15.4 points, 5.6 rebounds and 7.2 assists.
The Nets yesterday beat a Hornets team that looked to have very little interest in competing, but still, T-Will’s improved play as of late is a rare New Jersey bright spot.