Their seasons are done, their team is plummeting but Deron Williams and Kris Humphries are finishing the season with at least one distinction: both averaged a double-double for the season. In Williams case, he finished with the elusive 20-10 season, the first of his career. D-Will was not averaging 10 assists a game when he joined the Nets.
Williams' final numbers were 21.3 points and 10.1 assists in 65 games, including 15.0 and 12.8 as a Net. He shot 43.9% overall and 33.1% from three.
Humphries finished with 10.0 points and 10.4 rebounds in 74 games, shooting 52.7%. He also blocked 1.1 shots, all in 27.9 minutes per game.
No Net has ever recorded a 20 and 10 season and the last Net to average a double-double in regular season play was Jayson Williams in 1997-98. Jason Kidd averaged 10.8 points and 10.1 assists in 2007-08 when he split the season with the Nets and Mavericks. The closest he came as a Net was 2001-02, when he averaged 14.7 and 9.9.