Lou Williams Announces His Retirement From The NBA.
With his efforts off the bench Lou Williams one of the most well known sixth men in NBA history had a significant impact on the game. He contributed significantly to every squad he played for during the course of his 17 year career.
The guard has made the decision to hang the boots today and call it a career after spending the last 17 years in the association. Sharing a touching video on social media, Williams revealed the news, saying he had his last dance and now will focus on different teams. For More Information…..
After devoting his whole life to the sport of basketball the three time Sixth Man of the Year award winner may now search for new challenges and enjoy life.
Lou Williams NBA Career
Besides the Hawks Williams played for other five NBA franchises namely the Philadelphia 76ers Toronto Raptors Los Angeles Lakers Houston Rockets and Los Angeles Clippers.
He played in 1123 season games in his career with the average score of of 13.9 points 3.4 assists and 2.2 rebounds. His best season scoring-wise came in 2017 18 when he averaged 22.6 points per game for the Los Angeles Clippers. Of course, he won the 6MOTY award that year.
Williams also starred in controversial moments during his career. He once stopped a gunman from robbing him on Christmas. He was both criticized and praised for having two girlfriends, which always bothered him.
Williams also was involved in one of the most curious events in the 2020 NBA bubble, breaking the league’s rules when he went to a strip club, allegedly to pick up some wings.
As you can see, he had a very entertaining career and now that is over, we wish the best for Williams moving forward. Thank you for so many fun moments on the court and enjoy retirement!