Jordan Williams is one of 70 NBA players and prospects playing in Impact Basketball's "competitive training series" in Las Vegas, aka the "Lockout League" or "I-League". So far, the 20-year-old power forward is proving that one axiom of basketball holds true: rebounding skills are transferable from college to the pro's.
This week, Williams had games of 10 and 7 Tuesday, 11 and 11 on Wednesday and 10 and 4 on Thursday. He's also shooting well, with a cumulative 14 for 24. Although stats are limited --minutes played is not posted-- the 6'9" Maryland product had only two turnover to go with three steals, two assists and a block. He's been playing on two teams with two of the league's top PG's, T.J. Ford and John Wall. The games continue through next Friday.
- Impact Competitive Training Series Statistics (Google Docs) - Impact Basketball
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