Reggie Williams Aims to Prove Knee Fine
The Charlotte Bobcats signed Reggie Williams to a two-year deal before the start of the 2012 season in an effort to bolster their wing scoring. On paper, it seemed like a perfect match. At the time, the Bobcats needed guys who could consistently score and Williams had established himself as a legitimate double-digit scorer during his first two seasons with the Golden State Warriors.
Williams will be an unrestricted free agent next summer and one of his goals entering this season was to prove to the Bobcats and other teams around the league that his knee is fully healed.
“I want to definitely prove that my knee is 100 percent,” Williams said to HOOPSWORLD on his goal heading into free agency next summer. “I want to show why [the Bobcats] signed me to score, shoot and do the things I used to do in Golden State. It’s just a bad time for me because I got injured and had to do the surgery. Coming into this season, I felt really good.”