Shelden Williams has agreed to a deal with the Tianjin Gold Lions of the Chinese Basketball Association, according to a source.
Williams played six seasons with seven NBA teams but did not play last season.
Williams was the fifth overall pick in the 2006 NBA draft out of Duke University.
ESPN’s Nine for IX documentary “Branded” debuted this week, and the film took unnecessary jabs at the looks of a few male athletes. The documentary focused on the inequality between male and female athletes when it comes to pay and sponsorship opportunities. The thesis was that looks matter for female athletes, but they’re not as […]
According to Euroleague Basketball, forward Shelden Williams has signed a contract to play for Elan Chalon in France. At 28 years old, he will provide some size in the paint for Elan Chalon. The team’s head coach, Gregor Beugnot, was excited to add Williams and said,
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Shelden Williams was the fifth overall pick of the 2006 NBA draft.
New Jersey Nets forward Shelden Williams left Wednesday's game against the Indiana Pacers with an eye injury.
Williams, who appeared to be poked in the eye, was taken to Hackensack Medical Center for evaluation.
The 28-year-old Williams entered Wednesday's game averaging 4.9 points and 6.3 rebounds per game.
New Jersey center Shelden Williams left the Nets' game against the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday night after being poked in the right eye in the second quarter.
Williams walked immediately to the locker room after being fouled by Tyler Hansbrough with 7:44 left in the half and did not return. The team announced before the end of the half that he would not return because of a ...
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March 28, 2012
'He does the dirty work, the things that people don’t see,' Deron Williams says of teammate
Over the past year, a rash of criticism has come across the various Celtics blogs on the Internet in regards to the Celtics career of Shelden Williams. Williams was listed as one of the options on a “worst Celtics” poll, and became a laughingstock and the butt of various jokes on another website. The more [...]
seems like a nice enough guy. And he was certainly a nice player when he played his college ball at Duke. In the NBA, however, the Nets forward has struggled to catch on anywhere, and he's had limited success around the league. So when something happens to him like it did on Monday night against the Pacers, you have to kind of feel for him. The good news for Williams was that...
The New Jersey Nets on Tuesday signed free agent forward Shelden Williams.
A five-year NBA veteran who has played for six teams, Williams has averaged 4.5 points and 4.6 rebounds in 303 games. Selected out of Duke by Atlanta with the fifth overall pick in the 2006 NBA draft, Williams was traded to Sacramento during the 2007-08 season.
He also played in Minnesota, Boston and Denver...
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December 13, 2011