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How Big Of An Impact Can Terrence Williams Have On The Celtics?

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If the only two games you've seen this season are the last two Celtics games, you would think that Terrence Williams has been on the roster since the beginning of the season. He fits in very well. One thing that I've noticed about Williams is his ability to see the floor, and make the right decisions. He seems to know when it's a good idea to pass, and when it's a good idea to shoot.

In Williams' 38 total minutes of being a Boston Celtic he's had 11 points, 6 rebounds, and 6 assists on 5 of 9 shooting. Williams' shot selections are good, and he can run on the break. He can bring the ball up in a hurry if need be, and he seems to be comfortable with passing up a good shot, for a great shot (like the pass he gave Jordan Crawford that led to his first Celtic bucket).

Having Williams handle the ball for the second unit can do wonders for players like Jordan Crawford. Crawford has been labeled a "shot-jacker" and a "ball-stoppper" by many Wizard fans, because the ball is in his hands a lot when he's on the floor. If Crawford begins to move without the ball (like he did before he hit his first shot), and use his speed to get open, you can count on Terrence Williams to find him for an easy shot, or an easy lay-in.

With all that being said, I'd like for Williams to have one more good game before I advocate the signing of him for the rest of the season. He's a seasoned player with NBA and Overseas experience, that looks like he's been in the Celtic system before, and that doesn't try to do too much on the court. He plays within his limitations, he seems to do a little bit of everything, and his shot selections are good. That's the kind of person you want on your team.

What are your thoughts? Can Williams have a good impact on the Celtics? A bad one? Should he be signed for the rest of the season?

Be respectful and keep it clean. Thanks.

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