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  • Troy Williams
    SF, Phoenix Suns

    The Suns both signed and waived Troy Williams on Sunday.

    He spent last season on a two-way contract with the Kings and this was a move done to make him eligible to play for the Suns in the G-League. He won't hold any fantasy value this season.

    Source: Keith Smith on Twitter

  • Troy Williams
    G/F, Sacramento Kings

    The Kings have decided to keep Troy Williams with the team after assigning him to the G-League earlier this morning.

    Williams gets the quick recall since Sacramento is down Iman Shumpert and Bogdan Bogdanovic tonight. He's probably going to get some run in this one and does have a few decent games under his belt this year, but he's not much of a fantasy option.

    Source: James Ham on Twitter

  • Troy Williams
    G/F, Sacramento Kings

    Troy Williams scored 12 points in 16 minutes on Saturday, hitting 4-of-6 from the field with three triples and a steal.

    Williams is in and out of the rotation in Sacramento but has a few impactful games under his belt. It's a crowded and underwhelming group at the forward spots, though, so Williams is pretty much impossible to trust unless someone were to get hurt.

  • Troy Williams
    G/F, Sacramento Kings

    Troy Williams (sore right ankle) will not play on Thursday.

    A tough break for Williams, who scored 12 points in 34 minutes on Tuesday night. There was no real indication that he'd play that much, and on the flip side there's no indication that he'll play that much again. He's only a flier in very deep leagues, and not a great one at that.

    Source: Sacramento Kings on Twitter

  • Troy Williams
    G/F, Sacramento Kings

    Troy Williams got extended run on Tuesday night and put up easily his best line of the season against the Magic, posting 12 points, five rebounds, two threes and two blocks in 34 minutes.

    It's a small sample size as this was only Williams' second game of the year. He was a surprising cut during camp season and the Kings haven't used him much, though he did play ahead of both Yogi Ferrell and Harry Giles tonight. Deep league owners can keep an eye on him but we're not expecting much.

  • Troy Williams
    G/F, Sacramento Kings

    The Kings have announced the signing of Troy Williams to a two-way deal.

    Williams was cut loose by the Pelicans right before the season and should be a helpful presence for the Kings, assuming they play him. He's a long way from fantasy value, so you're free to steer clear.

    Source: James Ham on Twitter

  • Troy Williams
    SG/SF, Sacramento Kings

    Troy Williams expects to sign a two-way deal with the Kings on Thursday after he clears waivers.

    Williams was waived by the Pelicans as they brought Tim Frazier back into the fold. In Sacramento, Williams will join a group of lackluster wings in Sacramento competing for minutes at the edge of the roster. Even with the Kings it's hard to imagine him being in a role that is fantasy-relevant.

    Source: Michael Scotto on Twitter

  • Troy Williams
    G/F, New Orleans Pelicans

    The Pelicans will waive Troy Williams after claiming Tim Frazier from the Bucks.

    Williams was waived by the Knicks this summer and picked up by the Pelicans, though they'll look to bolster their point guard group at the expense of some wing depth. The addition of Wesley Johnson made Williams expendable in New Orleans but he was good enough last season to warrant another look from an NBA team.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Troy Williams
    F, New Orleans Pelicans

    The Pelicans have agreed to a deal with Troy Williams.

    Williams played 17 games with the Knicks last season and was surprisingly let go this summer. He can shoot a little bit and offers some switchability, so it's a worthwhile flier for a Pelicans team that's struggled to assemble depth befitting of its top-end talent. Don't expect Williams to absorb a ton of playing time in New Orleans, but stranger things have happened. Still just 23, Williams averaged 7.5 points on 49 percent from the field last season in New York.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Troy Williams
    F, New York Knicks

    The Knicks have waived forward Troy Williams.

    With the move the Knicks are down to 15 contracts. While the team had to get rid of somebody, it is a little surprising that Williams got the axe considering his decent play in Summer League and his work down the stretch last season. He should be able to find work somewhere else, though he might need to spend a little time in the G-League. The fact that Williams' salary was mostly unguaranteed probably played a big part in the decision.

    Source: Ian Begley on Twitter

  • Troy Williams
    SG, New York Knicks

    Troy Williams (broken jaw) is expected to miss the remainder of the season.

    Williams fractured his jaw during the fourth quarter of the Saturday's game versus the Pistons. In 14.6 minutes per game Williams averaged 6.6 points, 3.0 rebounds and 0.8 assist this season.

    Source: Knicks PR on Twitter

  • Troy Williams
    SG/SF, New York Knicks

    Troy Williams drew into the starting lineup on Saturday but was nothing to write home about with 11 points, four rebounds, two assists, a steal and two triples on 3-of-8 from the field in 33 minutes.

    Williams surprisingly slotted in ahead of Lance Thomas but the Knicks would be wise to at least get a closer look at Williams for the rest of the season. He could be a deep league option with some quiet output in points and threes but that'll depend on whether or not he keeps starting.

  • Troy Williams
    SF/PF, New York Knicks

    The Knicks will plug Troy Williams and Kyle O'Quinn into Saturday's starting lineup.

    O'Quinn is taking the place of Enes Kanter while Williams is slotting in on the wing for either Courtney Lee or Frank Ntilikina, depending on who the Knicks might want to start on any given day. KOQ is pretty much always a solid late-round guy thanks to helpful production in blocks, rebounds and assists while Williams might be a nice cheap DFS play with some scoring upside. Players like Emmanuel Mudiay, Luke Kornet and maybe even Isaiah Hicks will see extra minutes today with the Knicks missing three regulars.

    Source: Knicks PR on Twitter

  • Troy Williams
    SF/PF, New York Knicks

    Troy Williams has signed a two-year deal with the Knicks that includes partial guarantees for next season.

    Williams is on his second 10-day deal with the Knicks but doesn’t need to fret about his future any longer. He’s been able to average 8.1 points for the Knicks in his brief run and could get more minutes down the stretch as New York pumps the brakes on their veterans. Williams is unlikely to be a fantasy contributor down the stretch but stranger things have happened.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter