After being drafted by the New Jersey Nets in the 2009 NBA Draft, Williams is already apart of his second NBA team after a trade with the Houston Rockets on December 15, 2010.
In his first year with the Nets, Williams played in 78 games averaging 8.4 PPG. He had outstanding performances such as his triple-double in a win over the Chicago Bulls with 27 points, 13 rebounds, and 10 assists.
Since the trade to Houston, Williams has only played in six games so far. The Rockets' staff states that this is because they are reluctant to change their current successful rotation.
These grades are based on the little we have seen from Williams so far in the NBA.
Overall Offense: B- (his ability to drive in the lane is unstoppable, and his pull-up jumpers add to his superior post play to produce a great all around G/F)
Overall Defense: C+ (creating turnovers is one of his best qualities, which again, would improve with more playing time)
There is no doubt that he has just as much potential as any guy on this list. The question is, why aren't the Rockets taking advantage of it?