Jordan Williams was taken in the second round of what is generally believed to be a bad draft. Unlike MarShon Brooks and Bojan Bogdanovic, the Nets didn't trade for a pick or buy a pick to get him at #36. But a lot of people, including the front office, think he could be solid piece next season.
"It's not about where you get drafted or how high you go. It's more important the situation that you're in. I'm in a great situation," said Williams, 20. "It's perfect."
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