Alan Williams Biography
Alan Williams is an American professional basketball player for the Brooklyn Nets of the National Basketball Association (NBA).
He is on a two-way contract with the Long Island Nets of the NBA G League. In 2015, he played college basketball for UC Santa Barbara before beginning his professional career with the Qingdao DoubleStar Eagles of the Chinese Basketball Association.
Alan Williams Age
Williams was born on January 28, 1993, in Phoenix, Arizona.
Alan Williams Wife
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Alan Williams Net Worth
The professional basketball player has an estimated net worth of over 5 million dollars.
Alan Williams Family
His father, Cody Sr., is a Justice of the Peace for Maricopa County, while his mother, Jeri, is the Chief of Police in Phoenix. Williams’ younger brother, Cody Jr., also attended the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Alan Williams High School Career
He attended North High School. Upon playing in just one game as a freshman and averaging just 3.5 points as a sophomore, Williams averaged 12.5 points, 10.9 rebounds and 3.3 blocks per game as a junior in 2009–10. In 2010–11, as a senior, he averaged 22.1 points, 16.2 rebounds, 4.5 blocks, 2.0 steals, and 1.5 assists, leading North to a Metro Region championship and to the Class 5A quarterfinals. Williams was named Arizona State Player of the Year that season.
Alan Williams College Career
He played four seasons of college basketball for UC Santa Barbara between 2011 and 2015, finishing his career as the Gauchos’ all-time leader in rebounds and second all-time leading scorer. In 2013–14, as a junior he was named the Big West Conference Player of the Year. Williams also earned first-team All-Big West honors as a sophomore, junior and senior, and led the NCAA in rebounding as a junior and senior.
In 112 games (101 starts) over his four-year career, Williams averaged 15.5 points, 10.0 rebounds, 1.0 assists, 1.0 steals and 1.9 blocks in 27.0 minutes per game.
Alan Williams Professional Career | Alan Williams NBA
NBA Summer League
In the 2015 NBA draft after going undrafted, Williams played for the Charlotte Hornets (three games in Orlando) and Houston Rockets (four games in Las Vegas) during the 2015 NBA Summer League. In his play with the Rockets in Las Vegas, he earned All-NBA Summer League Second Team honors.
Qingdao DoubleStar Eagles
Williams signed a one-year deal with the Qingdao DoubleStar Eagles of the Chinese Basketball Association on July 25, 2015. Williams appeared in 35 of the team’s 38 games during the 2015–16 season, as the Eagles missed a playoff berth with a 16–22 win/loss record. Over those 35 games, he averaged 20.8 points, a league-leading 15.4 rebounds, 2.1 assists, 1.3 steals and 1.6 blocks per game.
On July 5, 2019, Williams was reported to have signed with Shaanxi Xinda of the National Basketball League (NBL).
On August 13, 2019, he has signed with Lokomotiv Kuban of the VTB United League.
Alan Williams Phoenix Suns | Alan Williams Suns
On March 8, 2016, Williams marked a 10-day contract with the Phoenix Suns. He made his NBA debut on March 17 during a 103–69 misfortune to the Utah Jazz, recording one point and one take in two minutes.
The next day, he marked a multi-year manage the Suns. On April 9, he recorded an at that point season-high seven bounce back in a 121–100 win over the New Orleans Pelicans. In the Suns’ season finale on April 13, Williams recorded his first twofold in the NBA with season highs of 14 and 12 bounce back (close by 3 squares) in a 114–105 win over the Los Angeles Clippers.
With the Suns’ Summer League group in 2016, Williams was the main player to average a twofold all through the occasion, averaging 11.8 focuses and an alliance driving 11.2 bounce back more than six games, which earned him All-NBA Summer League First Team respects.
On September 1, 2016, his agreement for the 2016–17 season was completely ensured by the Suns. On November 18, 2016, he had a season-best game with 15 points and 15 bounce back in a 116–96 win over the Indiana Pacers.
On December 14, he was doled out toward the Northern Arizona Suns of the NBA Development League. He was reviewed the following day. On February 10, 2017, he had 14 and 11 bounce back to go with a season-high four squares in a 115–97 win over the Chicago Bulls.
With Tyson Chandler supporting damage right off the bat in the game and Alex Len missing the game with a suspension, Williams benefited as much as possible from his 24 minutes on the court. On February 24, 2017, he scored an at that point season-high 16 on 8-of-9 shooting in 15 minutes off the seat in a 128–121 extra time misfortune to the Chicago Bulls.
After two days, he scored a vocation high 17 points and tied his profession high with 15 bounce back in a 100–96 misfortune to the Milwaukee Bucks, winding up only the tenth NBA player with different 15/15 games in his initial 35 vocation games in the previous 19 seasons.
On March 5, Williams had 11 and coordinated his vocation best with 15 bounce back in a 109–106 win over the Boston Celtics. On March 9, he had 16 and 10 bounce back for his fifth straight twofold off the seat in a 122–110 misfortune to the Los Angeles Lakers.
He turned into the first player in Quite a while history with five straight twofold copies off the seat. On April 5, 2017, he scored 16 and got a profession best 17 bounce back in a 120–111 misfortune to the Golden State Warriors.
On July 26, 2017, Williams re-marked with the Suns to a multi-year contract. On September 25, 2017, he was precluded for a half year in the wake of experiencing a meniscus fix of his correct knee.
On March 15, 2018, he was doled out toward the Northern Arizona Suns. He was reviewed on March 16, reassigned on March 20, and reviewed again on March 25. On March 26, he made his season debut for Phoenix against the Boston Celtics. In 16 minutes off the seat, he recorded three points and five bounce back in a 102–94 misfortune. On July 2, 2018, Williams was postponed by the Suns.
Alan Williams Nets | Brooklyn/Long Island Nets
On September 24, 2018, Williams marked a two-route contract with the Brooklyn Nets. Under the particulars of the arrangement, he split his time among Brooklyn and their NBA G League offshoot, the Long Island Nets.
On January 2, 2019, Williams was deferred by the Brooklyn Nets. He showed up in 17 games for the Long Island Nets, where he arrived at the midpoint of 21.0 focuses and a class driving 14.7 bounce back in 26.9 minutes per challenge.
Williams didn’t show up in a game for Brooklyn during his first spell. After nine days the Brooklyn Nets re-marked Williams to another two-way contract. also, he made his introduction for the Brooklyn Nets around the same time, falling off the seat in a 122–105 misfortune to the Toronto Raptors with eight, eight bounce back and two helps. He drove the NBA in PER for the 2018-19 season.
Alan Williams Nets Two Way Contract | Alan Williams Contract
The Brooklyn Nets have marked forward/focus Alan Williams to a two-way contract. Per group strategy, terms of the arrangement were not discharged.
Williams (6’8″, 265) joins Brooklyn after three seasons (2015-18) with the Phoenix Suns. In 62 profession games, he found the middle value of 6.4 focuses and 5.7 bounce back in 13.6 minutes per challenge.
During the 2017-18 season, Williams showed up in five games, averaging 4.0 focuses, 4.4 bounce back and 1.6 aids 14.1 minutes per game. He additionally showed up in three games with the Northern Arizona Suns of the NBA G League last season, averaging 16.0 focuses, 9.3 bounce back, 2.0 squares, 1.3 helps and 1.0 takes in 23.4 minutes per game.
The Phoenix, Ariz., local went undrafted in the 2015 NBA Draft following a four-year university vocation at UC Santa Barbara (2011-15). Williams drove the country in bouncing back in the two his lesser (11.5) and senior seasons (11.8) and completed as UCSB’s record-breaking driving rebounder (1,125). He was named First Team All-Big West for three back to back seasons (2012-15), winding up only the third player in school history to achieve that accomplishment.
Per NBA rules, groups are allowed to sign two players to two-path contracts notwithstanding the 15-man standard season program. A two-path player for the Nets will give benefits essentially to the group’s NBA G League offshoot – the Long Island Nets – yet can go through as long as 45 days with Brooklyn, excluding whenever preceding the beginning of Long Island’s preparation camp and at the finish of their season.
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