As a blogger, I'm contractually obligated to throw "messed around" into the mix whenever I mention somebody attaining a triple-double. It just comes with the territory.
Anyhow, Terrence Williams improved upon a sensational second half of his rookie season for the New Jersey Nets by scoring a career-high 27 points, grabbing 13 rebounds and handing out ten assists in a double overtime victory over Chicago last night. The praise is now starting to fly from all directions, and rumors are abundant that the Nets might pass on John Wall if he's available in the draft because of how tremendous Williams has been of late.
Still, "T-Willie" is not going to fly.