Reggie Williams Drawing Rave Reviews At Vegas Summer League

Reggie Williams is having a stellar opening three games in Las Vegas for the Warriors at the 2010 NBA Summer League, capped off by a 34-point performance last night in a heavily anticipated matchup — and sellout crowd — against the Washington Wizards, which marked the professional debut of #1 Draft pick John Wall.

As previously mentioned, it appears that the Warriors are using this summer’s squad primarily as a training ground for both Williams and Brandan Wright, who sat out last night’s game with a slight shoulder injury.

NBA D-League writer Matthew Brennan reports:

“I’m not here trying to get a job with any team, I’m already on a team,” said Williams. “It’s more that my job is to go out here, get better, and help my team and get ready for next season. I need to rebound better, get my teammates more involved, and I want to start shooting better. My coaches told me they didn’t want this week to be all about scoring, they wanted to see me do some other things too. I’m trying to do that, but it’s kind of tough when you are down sometimes and need to go back.”

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