|July 28 1:18 PM PT2:18 PM MT3:18 PM CT4:18 PM ET20:18 GMT4:18 1:18 PM MST3:18 PM EST0:18 UAE (+1)22:1816:18 ET3:18 PM CT19:18 - The Minnesota Timberwolves and free-agent guard Mo Williams have agreed to a one-year deal worth $3.75 million.
Analysis: Williams' agency, Priority Sports, announced the agreement on Monday. Williams is coming off an up-and-down season with the Portland Trail Blazers, but the Timberwolves see the veteran combo guard as an ideal pairing with rookie Zach LaVine on the team's second unit. Williams averaged 9.7 points last season for his lowest total since his rookie year in 2003-04. He turns 32 in December.
|May 9 2:57 PM PT3:57 PM MT4:57 PM CT5:57 PM ET21:57 GMT5:57 2:57 PM MST4:57 PM EST1:57 UAE (+1)23:5717:57 ET4:57 PM CT20:57 - Williams is unlikely to play in Game 3 against San Antonio on Saturday night because of a groin injury. Trail Blazers coach Terry Stotts told reporters Friday he doesn't anticipate Williams will play. Earl Watson and Will Barton will come off the bench in his place.
Analysis: Williams, who provided a spark for the Blazers all season in backing up starting point guard Damian Lillard, played only 9 minutes in Portland's 114-97 loss in San Antonio on Thursday night. He is averaging 7.4 points and 23.4 minutes in the postseason.
|Feb. 27 9:44 PM PT10:44 PM MT11:44 PM CT12:44 AM ET5:44 GMT13:44 10:44 PM MST12:44 AM EST9:44 UAE06:440:44 ET11:44 PM CT4:44 - Williams had 21 points and seven assists in Portland's 124-80 rout of Brooklyn.
Analysis: Williams was the best point guard with that last name on a night when he badly outplayed the Nets' Deron.
|Nov. 26 11:11 PM PT12:11 AM MT1:11 AM CT2:11 AM ET7:11 GMT15:11 12:11 AM MST2:11 AM EST11:11 UAE08:112:11 ET1:11 AM CT5:11 - Williams was suspended one game for his role in Saturday's scuffle against Golden State.
Analysis: After sitting out Monday against New York, Williams should be back Wednesday against Phoenix.
|Aug. 8 8:50 AM PT9:50 AM MT10:50 AM CT11:50 AM ET15:50 GMT23:50 8:50 AM MST10:50 AM EST19:50 UAE17:5011:50 ET10:50 AM CT14:50 - The Portland Trail Blazers have signed veteran free agent guard Mo Williams.
Analysis: Williams has played 10 seasons in the NBA with stops in Milwaukee, Cleveland, the Clippers and Utah, averaging 13.8 points, 2.9 rebounds and 5 assists. Last season with the Jazz, the 6-foot-1 Williams averaged 12.9 points, 2.4 rebounds and 6.2 assists. He will wear No. 7, Brandon Roy's former number, for the Blazers.
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