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teams in the West record-wise. Alec Burks led the Jazz in scoring off the bench with 21 points. Derrick Favors and Marvin Williams combined for 39 points on just 19 shots. Jeff Green produced his second-straight high-volume game, as he tossed
The Hawks also were busy Tuesday. In addition to the trade of Johnson, Atlanta reportedly agreed to swap forward Marvin Williams for Jazz guard Devin Harris . Williams averaged 10.2 points and 5.2 rebounds per game last season, while Harris
finding the right defensive matchup for Rondo. Rivers got creative in Game 6 against the Hawks when he put his guards on Marvin Williams , who obliged by rarely venturing inside the 3-point arc. If Bradley is guarding the ball, Rondo will have to switch to
court – Pierce was a -13, while Mickael Pietrus was +11 – and that was primarily on the defensive end. (See: Marvin Williams knocking down wide open 3-pointers in the corner). There’s a sense that this was Atlanta’s best shot. That
Rajon Rondo is now firmly a member of the exclusive core. Joe Johnson , Josh Smith, Al Horford, Zaza Pachulia and Marvin Williams are still Hawks, only older and more experienced. With so many familiar players from that series it’s tempting to
pushed on through. Brandon Bass scored 21 points and had 10 rebounds, while guarding everyone from Zaza Pachulia to Marvin Williams . When he went down with an apparent knee injury, time once again stood still in the Garden. “I told him to get up
pounds in the post to Shaquille O’Neal, Nate Robinson can probably walk faster than Mike Bibby at this point and Marvin Williams is a few nickels shy of even being a poor man’s Paul Pierce. If there was one spot where the Hawks
Pietrus) on James, allows Pierce to guard Battier — an easier assignment on the perimeter, akin to Atlanta’s Marvin Williams — and throws the kitchen sink at Wade. None of these options might make a lick of difference in Game 2, but obviously
in the the Boston-Atlanta game last night, a foul was called on the Celtics' Marquis Daniels after the Hawks' Marvin Williams had released the ball and therefore the foul was correctly treated as a common foul and not an Away-From-the-Play
night, Bradley took another step toward maturity when he requested to guard Jeff Teague . Bradley was stuck guarding Marvin Williams — who, at 6-foot-9, has seven inches on the C’s youngster — and surrendered eight points in the first quarter
three assists in that stretch and guarded 6-foot-9 Marvin Williams on the other end (or the vicinity thereof, wreaking ..... Atlanta grabbed yet another offensive rebound and Marvin Williams buried a 3-pointer. Just an awful stretch in all
before the break. The Hawks stayed close in the third quarter, thanks in large part to their long-range attack. Marvin Williams and Jeff Teague hit consecutive threes as the Hawks cut the Boston lead to two, 65-63. As the third-quarter
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