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D-Will Matches Franchise-Best Steal Streak in Win

Before the Brooklyn Nets departed the friendly confines of Barclays Center on Friday night, Deron Williams noted how well the team has been playing in front of their uplifting fans over a 15-game home winning streak.

In the same breath, D-Will surmised that the Nets needed to find a way to create their own boost for road games,. like Saturday's trip to Philadelphia to take on the 76ers.

Enter Kevin Garnett.

By | April 7th, 2014|Categories: DeronWilliams.com|0 Comments

Deron’s Double Digit Dimes Key Win Over Detroit

The Brooklyn Nets picked up their 15th consecutive home win on Friday night and Deron Williams continued to show a keen ability to contribute to the team's performance in a variety of ways.

D-Will chipped in with scoring, facilitating, rebounding and defense in Friday's win (Getty Images).

By | April 5th, 2014|Categories: DeronWilliams.com|0 Comments

D-Will Plans Event For Families Affected By Autism

April is Autism Awareness Month and through his Point of Hope Foundation, Autism Speaks ambassador Deron Williams is doing all he can to help get the message out about autism and rally people to help.

By | April 4th, 2014|Categories: Point of Hope|0 Comments

Crosstown Rivals Get Best of Brooklyn

Just one night after clinching a playoff berth with a tough win over the Houston Rockets, Deron Williams and the Brooklyn Nets were back in action for an equally daunting test.

But Wednesday night against their crosstown rival New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden, the Nets just didn't have enough fuel and as a consequence they saw their three-game win streak snapped in a 110-81 loss.

By | April 3rd, 2014|Categories: DeronWilliams.com|0 Comments

Brooklyn Halts Houston, Clinches Playoff Spot

The buzz around Brooklyn has multiplied dramatically in the last few months—and after a Tuesday night win over Houston, Deron Williams and the Nets will officially be taking that excitement to the postseason.

By | April 2nd, 2014|Categories: DeronWilliams.com|0 Comments

Nets Lock Down Late for 13th Straight Home Win

As his team inches closer to the postseason for a second straight year, Deron Williams has shown a keen ability to make a difference in all facets of the game late in the season.

So although No. 8 didn't light up the stat sheet on Sunday night, he made difference-making plays that were a large part in the team's 114-99 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves. The win was Brooklyn's 13th straight at Barclays Center, tying the franchise best mark for consecutive wins at home.

By | March 31st, 2014|Categories: DeronWilliams.com|0 Comments

Brooklyn Beats Cleveland By Way Of The Three

In the midst of Friday night's 108-97 Brooklyn Nets victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers, Deron Williams made a play that caught the eye of Nets coach Jason Kidd.

After taking his man off the dribble, D-Will penetrated the lane and had a chance at a relatively uncontested layup. But instead of taking the ball all the way to the hoop, No. 8 kicked it back out to teammate Paul Pierce, who buried a three-pointer.

During a break in the action, Coach Kidd questioned Deron about the play, and got a flattering answer from his point guard.

By | March 29th, 2014|Categories: DeronWilliams.com|0 Comments

Deron’s 29 Not Enough as Nets Fall in OT

The Time Warner Cable Arena has often been a friendly place for Deron Williams, and early on Wednesday night it looked as though that trend would continue.

But a few cruel twists late in the game left D-Will and his Nets teammates feeling sour after their second straight loss.

Deron poured in 18 points in the first quarter and finished the game with 29, but the Nets fell in overtime yet again (Getty Images).

By | March 27th, 2014|Categories: DeronWilliams.com|0 Comments

D-Will Laments Nets Disappointing Defeat

Deron Williams continued the aggressive play that has marked his game of late on Monday night in New Orleans, helping Brooklyn build a double-digit lead.

But on the second-half of a road back-to-back, their third game in three cities in four nights, the Nets appeared to run out of gas, lost the lead and eventually fell 109-104 to the Pelicans in overtime.

By | March 25th, 2014|Categories: DeronWilliams.com|0 Comments

Deron Delivers Dagger in Big D

Deron Williams had a happy homecoming in Dallas and the Brooklyn Nets started a crucial road trip with an enormous victory.

D-Will cashed in 15 points as the Nets overcame a 14-point third-quarter deficit to top the Mavericks 107-104 in overtime. The win was No. 11 in the last 13 games for Brooklyn, and the team couldn't have asked for a better start to a three-game road stretch.

By | March 24th, 2014|Categories: DeronWilliams.com|0 Comments