Lou Williams was “50-50” on whether he would play in the restart. His decision to participate came down to a team vote in which he said, “we decided our decision was going to be everybody or nobody…we decided to come as a group. I’m part of the group. I have a lot of thoughts, ideas I felt strongly about personally, but I represent a group.” (Ohm Youngmisuk on Twitter)
Williams’ decision to buy into the Clippers’ all-or-nothing mentality, should bode well for him as well as the team as they look to gain back the momentum, they had pre-NBA shutdown. Now that the Clippers are fully healthy, they are poised to make an aggressive run for the championship. Williams will play a significant role in their run as he provides consistent production off the bench. This year he has played in 60 contests and has averaged 29.3 minutes of playing time, 18.7 points, 3.1 rebounds, 5.7 assists, and .7 steals per game. He will look to continue his solid play come competition time and should be able to remain a productive asset on your fantasy team.