This dude has been on a tear lately. What sort of numbers do you see him averaging through-out his career? Can he be better than Iguodala?
He was one of my favorite players in college at Louisville and I am a big fan of his. I'm really glad to see things start to click for him during the end of the season. I personally think he will probably put up Iguodala-esque numbers for his career and could possibly be even better if he ever learns how to shoot from a distance and put his offensive game together. He's an amazing defensive player with unreal athleticism, combine all that with his court vision and ability to pass and I think he'll be an all-star in about 2-3 years.
to me, williams has a similar skill-set to ron artest...not an all-star by any means but a solid NBA starter
I doubt he'll be better than Iguodala. They're similar, except I think Iguodala is better offensively and has better intangibles. Iguodala would be a legit second option on a championship team.
I can see T-Will averaging 15, 6.5 and 5.5. Throw in 1.5-2 steals. He's not as long as Iguodala, but I think he can be just as good of a defender. Maybe even better. You have to love his energy and intensity on the defensive end.
He's my 2nd favorite player in the NBA. I think he can get 17 or 18 ppg 6 boards and 5 assists. Iguodala got 20, 5 and 5 a few years ago, and I don't see Terrence doing that, but he can get close one or 2 years. Terrence Williams is a better pure playmaker to me, but Iguodala is better at everything else to me, especially at the same stage (or when Iguodala was 22).
I could see him being similar to what Grant Hill could have been before his series of injuries, he isn't the shooter Grant was so, I wouldn't imagine he'd be a 20+ ppg guy, but I truly think he could be a 17 ppg 7 rebound 7 assist kind of player because of his versitility and his elite athleticism.
grant hill before injuries? Hill was a top 5 player and legit mvp candidate who could take over games. Thats pretty high praise to even bring up that comparison joewolf.
Maybe I got a little ahead of myself, but I really think Williams is a special talent. I believe he's gonna be one of those guys in 2 or 3 years that is a triple double waiting to happen.