Lou Williams

#23 SG / L.A. Clippers / EXP: 12YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 175 lb Age: 31 College: None

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  • Williams scored 23 points (5-14 FG, 3-8 3PT, 10-10 FT) to go with five rebounds, four assists and one steal across 33 minutes in Friday's 100-91 loss to Washington. Williams led all scorers with 23 points after getting the start on Friday. Leading the Clippers' offense is nothing new to the guard. In his last eight games, Williams is averaging 23.7 points. Three-point shooting has played a large role in his career-best 20.1 points per game average for the season. Williams is shooting a career-best 39.9 percent on a career-high 6.2 shots per game. In the eight games since Blake Griffin's injury, Williams has taken full reign of the Clippers' offense as the team's main source of scoring.

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  • Williams will start Friday's game against the Wizards, Candace Buckner of the Washington Post reports. With Austin Rivers (concussion) and Milos Teodosic (rest) out, on top of the Clippers' other injuries, Williams will move into the starting five and should be set for a heavy workload Friday. While Williams typically comes off the bench, he's essentially carried a starter's workload this season, and that's only been amplified in the wake of recent injuries to Rivers and Teodosic, as well as Patrick Beverley, who's out for the year with a knee injury. Over the last six games, Williams is averaging 35.0 minutes per game, and he's coming off of a 31-point, eight-assist performance Wednesday in Orlando.

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  • Williams scored 31 points (11-22 FG, 3-6 3PT, 6-8 FT) to go along with three rebounds, eight assists and one steal across 33 minutes in Wednesday's 106-95 win against Orlando. Williams stepped up once again with his second 30-plus point game in his last four games since returning to the bench. In his last seven games, the guard is averaging 23.8 points since Blake Griffin's knee injury. For the season, Williams is averaging 20.0 points while seeing the majority of his playing time coming as a reserve. Even as a bench scorer, Williams is putting up numbers that would make regular starters envious. As a result, he has assumed the role as the undisputed leader of the Clippers' offense.

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  • Williams scored 35 points (11-20 FG, 4-8 3PT, 9-10 FT) to go with two rebounds and eight assists across 37 minutes in Saturday's 113-112 win against Washington. Despite returning to the bench, Williams proved that he is the most consistent scorer in the Clippers' offense by scoring a team-high 35 points on Saturday. Without Blake Griffin for at least the next two months, someone needed to fill the void. Williams has more than picked up the slack, averaging 23.8 points in the five games since Griffin's injury. Whether from the bench or in the occasional start, Williams is the go-to option for the Clippers' offense moving forward.

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  • Clippers' Lou Williams: Double-doubles in loss
    By RotoWire Staff

    Williams tallied 23 points (8-14 FG, 3-7 3Pt, 4-4 FT), 10 assists and five rebounds in 35 minutes during Sunday's 112-106 loss to the Timberwolves. Williams came off the bench, but was still able to lead the team in minutes played. C.J. Williams received the start, but did nothing with it. Williams is a nice fit off the bench, as he provides instant offense, something the Clippers are now greatly lacking. It is hard to predict which five players coach Doc River will roll out for the next game, but Williams should receive ample playing time no matter what. He should be owned in all leagues and has a great rest of season outlook.

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