Deron Williams himself has come out publicly this week and made an honest statement, regarding his offensive struggles this year.
Williams spoke earnestly, admitting that Jerry Sloan's playbook was better suited to his game, more so than Avery Johnson's offense.
"That system was a great system for my style of play," Williams said of the "flex" offense run by his former coach, Jerry Sloan. "I’m a system player. I love Coach Sloan’s system. I loved the offense there."
There has been a lot of discussion as to what exactly it is about Sloan's system that turned Williams into a top-tier, franchise player in Utah. Well, thankfully, we have the great Coach Nick of BBALLBREAKDOWN who took the time to dissect the Utah offense run under Williams, and showed just exactly how he was able to keep them so competitive.
- Deron Williams and the Utah Jazz Offense - Coach Nick - BBALLBREAKDOWN
- Deron Williams Thinks Utah Jazz Playbook Better Suited His Game - Net Income - NetsDaily
- Johnson: ‘Supreme Confidence’ In Deron Williams - Howard Beck - New York Times
- Deron Williams still adapting to Nets' style of play - Steve Zipay - Newsday