Top 10 performances by Deron Williams

Published: Wednesday, Feb. 23 2011 9:18 p.m. MST

#10 - March 17, 2006 — Jazz 111, Hawks 101 Next » 1 of 10 « Prev
Mike Terry, Deseret News
D-Will's rookie season was full of ups and downs as he fought to learn Jerry Sloan's offense and earn playing time. Against the Hawks, Williams scored a then-career-high 28 points (he had been averaging less than 10 per game) to pull out the victory for a struggling Jazz team that would miss the playoffs for the only time in Williams' tenure.
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Springville, UT

Can we just forget about this guy and move on? Let the rebuilding begin! Those two draft picks will be something to look forward to!

Salt Lake City, UT

@sammyg speak for yourself!

DWill gave us a great 5 and a half years. He deserves some honor and respect. I'll miss him!

Roosevelt, UT

Deron was fun to watch as a Jazz man and I'll miss watching him in a Jazz uniform. I hope Jazz management know what they are doing.

Holladay, UT

The longer he has been gone, the more i realize how STUPID of a move this way. I am convinced he would not leave as long as we had pieces to make a run. I do not understand why half of our fan base has turned their back on him after 5 years of loving him. Who do we rebuild around? We have no one. No coach, no players, nothing. This is going to be a horrible stretch for the Jazz.

Salt Lake City, UT

DCRYBABY is gone...how about some info on Harris and Favors?

Where's Stockton ???
Bowling Green, OH

Really Not Interested !!!

The B.I.V.
Centerville, UT

Deron was awesome but I like change and the future should be very interesting if nothing else...I'm so used to hating Harris from his Dallas days that this is just gonna be weird...

Washington, UT

This picture was not one during Deron's rookie season as Fransisco Elson is in the background. This was a picture taken this season. Please find an appropriate picture for what was written. I enjoyed Deron while he was here, but now he is gone and we need to move forward. Thanks for the short memories and good luck in the future. Mike

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