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Sunday, July 10, 2011

Nets' Deron Williams close to deal to play for Turkish team

By Reggie Rankin and Paul Biancardi CHICAGO — The Deron Williams Nike Skills Academy provided high school players a unique opportunity to work with some of the elite coaches and prepare for life on the court as a college basketball player.

AP The quiet of the lockout was briefly interrupted when multiple news reports surfaced that Nets star point guard Deron Williams has agreed to play in Turkey this fall if the league's labor impasse isn't settled. ESPN the Magazine's Chris Broussard

Forgive New Jersey Nets' star guard, Deron Williams, and his ignorance. The man just doesn't know any better. We can't say the same about Michael Beasley, but that's primarily because his ignorance appears beyond repair. The former has decided he wants

Deron Williams, the star New Jersey Nets point guard has agreed to play for the Turkish basketball team, Besiktas, the same team that signed Alan Iverson last year.

Update (11:00 am): ESPN.com reported Thursday that "sources with knowledge of Deron Williams' plans confirm his intent to play for Besiktas in Turkey if lockout continues." Original Post: A Turkish television station is reporting Thursday that Besiktas

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