Williams was dropped from the Pelicans' 15-man roster Tuesday and has joined the D-League's Oklahoma City Blue, Erik Horne of The Oklahoman reports.
With the Pelicans electing to sign Wayne Selden to a 10-day contract, it was only a matter of time before Williams was let go, as his contract was only partially guaranteed for the rest of the season. He saw action in six games over two separate stints with the Pelicans, averaging 4.5 points across 13.2 minutes per contest. WIlliams will bide his time in the D-League while he awaits his next NBA opportunity.
The Pelicans are expected to waive Williams prior to Wednesday's game against the Raptors in order to sign Wayne Selden to a 10-day contract, Justin Verrier of ESPN.com reports.
Williams signed a contract with the Pelicans for the remainder of the season back on Feb. 24, but given the limited guaranteed money in the deal, New Orleans won't lose much should they choose to waive him. The veteran wing has made just one appearance with the Pelicans in his second stint with the club this season and is an expendable piece with all of Hollis Thompson, Solomon Hill, E'Twaun Moore, Dante Cunningham and the newly-signed Jordan Crawford ahead of him on the depth chart.
Williams will sign with the Pelicans for the remainder of the season, Shams Charania of The Vertical reports.
Williams made five appearances for the Pelicans earlier in the season before being waived on Jan.1. However, they'll need his presence now after Omri Casspi broke his thumb during his Pelicans debut. Williams is a three-point threat, knocking down five of his 10 attempts from that distance during his five-game stint with the team earlier in the season.
Williams was waived by the Pelicans on Sunday.
The 30-year-old only made five total appearances for the Pelicans this season, but perhaps more importantly, his salary would have been guaranteed starting Jan. 7 had he not been released. New Orleans will likely try out a few players on 10-day contracts before filling their open roster spot with a permanent fixture for the rest of the season.
Williams recorded 17 points (5-8 FG, 4-5 3Pt, 3-3 FT), three rebounds and one assist across 20 minutes in Sunday's 120-119 win over the Suns.
Williams, a 30-year-old journeyman who was just signed by the Pelicans on Saturday, has already suited up in two games with his new team. While it wasn't surprising that Williams played in Saturday's blowout loss to the Clippers when coach Alvin Gentry sat out E'Twaun Moore (toe), Jrue Holiday (toe) and Anthony Davis (rest), it was more stunning to see Williams play such extensive minutes Sunday when all three players were available, in a competitive game no less. Perhaps Williams' shooting skills from distance -- he owns a career 36.7 percent mark from three-point range -- will continue to earn him run off the Pelicans' bench, but don't bank on him turning in many repeat performances.
Williams was signed by the Pelicans on Saturday, ESPN's Justin Verrier reports.
Williams figures to provide depth at shooting guard in New Orleans, and could provide the team with three-point shooting production.
Williams was waived by the Thunder on Wednesday, Marc J. Spears of ESPN reports.
Williams was competing for the final spot on the Thunders' roster, but ultimately came up short. The veteran played 20 games with the Spurs last season.
Williams was signed by the Thunder on Monday, Erik Horne of The Oklahoman reports.
Williams is not expected to make the final regular season roster, but it will give the Thunder an opportunity to evaluate him throughout practice over the next week or so. With that said, Williams will likely open the season with the Thunder's D-League affiliate, the Oklahoma City Blue, with the hopes of joining the Thunder's roster later in the season.
Williams signed a contract with Avtodor Saratov of Russia on Sunday, Sportando reports.
Williams appeared in 20 games with the Spurs last season, but hasn't seen any action in the NBA in 2015-16 after being waived by San Antonio following training camp. He'll aim to perform well in Russia in an attempt to earn another opportunity in the NBA.
The Spurs announced Monday forward Reggie Williams has been signed for the rest of the season.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Williams has appeared in four games this season and is averaging 2.2 points.
The Spurs announced the signing of forward Reggie Williams to a second 10-day contract Sunday.
In three games, Williams is averaging 0.7 points.
The Spurs signed forward Reggie Williams to a 10-day contract Wednesday, the team announced.
In 13 games, Williams averaged 16.8 points and 3.3 assists while playing in the NBA Development League.
The Heat signed guard Reggie Williams to a free-agency contract last week, the team announced. Terms of the deal are not known.
Williams appeared in just three games for the Thunder last season, and has played 180 games over parts of five NBA seasons. He averages 8.5 points, 2.6 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game, while shooting 46.0 percent from the field and 37.1 percent from three-point range for his career.
The Thunder announced the signing of guard Reggie Williams to a 10-day contract Friday, after recalling him from Tulsa of the D-League.
Williams appeared in one game this season Thunder earlier in the month, scoring five points in five minutes. He is averaging 20.2 points, 5.7 rebounds and 4.9 assists per game in the D-League.
The Thunder re-assigned guard Reggie Williams down to the Tulsa 66ers of the D-League on Thursday. He has not played a game for the Thunder since signing a 10-day contract last week.
The Thunder signed guard Reggie Williams to a 10-day contract on Thursday, according to The Oklahoman. He will be called up from the Tulsa 66ers where he was averaging 21.1 points, 5.4 rebounds and 4.9 assists over 19 games in the D-League.
The Grizzlies are scheduled to bring guards Darius Morris, Reggie Williams and Seth Curry in for workouts this week, Yahoo! Sports reports.
Morris was waived by the Sixers after tallying 6.9 points and 2.6 assists in 16.1 minutes per game, hitting 43.3 percent of his shots from the field. Williams was the Rockets' final cut before the regular season started. Curry was waived by the Warriors before the beginning of the regular season.
The Rockets have waived guard Reggie Williams, the Houston Chronicle reports. He was the team's final cut. Williams should find a roster spot with another organization before long.
With Ramon Sessions expected to miss the next 2 to 4 weeks, Bobcats guard Reggie Williams is expected to see some run as the team's backup point guard. Williams has only appeared in 10 of Charlotte's last 32 games, but is now expected to see around 10-15 minutes a game behind Kemba Walker. Right now, me coming in and running the offense is more important than me scoring, particularly if Im on the court with Ben Gordon, the second units primary scorer, Williams told the Charlotte Observer. Get him going, get him in his rhythm.
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