Williams: ‘It’s time to start winning games’
Toronto is playing for a draft pick. And Wednesday, the Raptors were without Sixer killer Andrea Bargnani (calf) and lost pesky point guard Jose Calderon to a cut over his eye in the third.
Kind of seems like old times.
“It’s time to start winning games,” said Lou Williams, one of six players in double figures with 10 points. “Whenever you can put a streak together, it feels good. Morale is up, the situation is what it is. We’re just trying to make it the best that we can at this point and try to win as many in a row as we can.”
Obviously, the team is after wins. But for a team that is so young, with such a fragile mental state, winning brings about an ease that this team needs to perform better.