Tim Bontemps drove to Springfield last week to catch up with Jordan Williams, who's now played three games with the Armor, averaging 13.0 points, 8.3 rebounds and assists. It's been a disappointing start for Williams' NBA career, with serious dehydration and conditioning issues. But he's looking at it positively.
"I’m totally happy," he said, talking about both his decision to come out early. "I don’t have any regrets about any part of my decision at all. I thought long and hard about it … it wasn’t a quick decision. I knew going into it that there would up-and-downs that could possibly happen, injuries and stuff like that, and knew this was a possibility."
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