His inconsistencies this season could be explained by any number of things, but he blames it on Avery Johnson's coaching style.
This may not be entirely fair, as there are certainly other things in play.
For one, the team has obviously lacked chemistry. Williams, as the floor general, needs to have confidence in the guys he's playing with.
Early on, it's seemed as if he hasn't had complete trust in his teammates. As a result, he's forcing some shots and pressing in situations where he had other options.
Williams entered the season as one of the top point guards in the NBA. While there's no question that he's still a top 10, many have began to question his superstar status.
Williams has a lot to prove over the course of the rest of the season—not only as an individual, but also as the leader of the Nets.