For the first time in their careers, Terrence Williams and Earl Clark played each other. In a dramatic contest, Earl's Phoenix Suns beat T-Wills New Jersey Nets by the tight score of 118-94. Earl powered Phoenix with 3 minutes of amazing play, missing a shot and having an assist for the ages. Williams played the best 19 minutes for the Nets with the line of 4 points on 2-3 shooting, 7 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal and 1 block. And 3 fouls. They don't play against each other again until March 31. I say Card Chronicle road trip to New Jersey. We should all be able to get awesome seats because no one goes to Nets games.
Let's take a serious look at the numbers. Also, take a serious look at my blog. That was a nice plug.
T-Will has been having some rough times in New Jersey. The Nets are 3-38 and chasing the worst record of all time. T-Will has responded to this by some general bratty behavior like sleeping through shoot arounds and complaining about minutes on twitter. It seems that losing and not playing don't go over well with him. T-Will averaged 27 minutes in November with an injury ravaged Nets, 16 in December when people started coming back, and 9 this month. He's responded by averaging 9 pts, 6 points and 2 points in those months. Hopefully things turn around for him.
So there you have it. Neither is playing much, and neither is playing that great while playing. It's only year 1, and only good times are ahead for the former Cards.