Deron Williams scored 11 points and had five assists to help Besiktas to a 107-69 victory over Bandirma Kirmizi on Sunday
New Jersey Nets point guard Deron Williams has arrived in Istanbul to start his stint with Turkish basketball team Besiktas.
Jordan Farmar just took a page out of Deron Williams’ playbook. Farmar became the latest Nets player to head for the European leagues when he signed with Israeli champions Maccabi Tel Aviv on Wednesday.
Nets guard Deron Williams has already decided to play basketball overseas. Because of the ongoing NBA lockout, another big NBA star could soon make the plunge.
Nets point guard Deron Williams isn’t going to let the NBA lockout stop him from playing pro basketball. According to Turkish sports news station NTV Spor, Williams will be playing overseas in 2011-12 while the league hammers out a labor deal.
Former NBA star Allen Iverson arrived in Istanbul on Monday to begin a stint with Turkish club Besiktas, promising to give fans “something they haven’t seen before.”
Allen Iverson has agreed in principle to a $4 million, two-year contract with the Turkish professional basketball team Besiktas.
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