2011 NBA Mock Draft: San Antonio Spurs Select Jordan Williams
Jordan Williams was the best big man in the ACC this past season. Only a sophomore, Williams dealt with a loss of the team's best player (Greivis Vasquez) and took the team's load on his shoulders.
Williams developed a jump shot between his freshman and sophomore season that makes him even more dangerous on the offensive side of the court. He has a number of post moves and always finds a way to get the ball in the basket when close, even through double-teams that often came last season.
He is a tough rebounder as well who plays bigger than his height.
Williams is not the most athletic player, but he has proven he can play basketball.
The San Antonio Spurs are an aging team. Tim Duncan needs a reliable backup and the Spurs need young legs to start carrying the load. Williams would immediately give the Spurs additional size and, although he will never compare to the Spurs current power forward, he could help transition the Spurs from the Tim Duncan era.
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