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Tennessee’s Grant Williams staying in the NBA Draft

Rejoice, college basketball fans! Grant Williams just announced he is staying in the NBA Draft, ending his career as a Tennessee Volunteer. The 6’7″ forward/flopper extraordinaire shared the news with the help of Shams Charania at Stadium:

Last season, Williams averaged 18.8 points and 7.5 rebounds for the Volunteers, hitting 56.5% from the floor. He averaged 20 points and 7.3 rebounds in his games vs. Kentucky. This is obviously a big blow for Tennessee, but really, it’s a win for college basketball because we never have to endure his shenanigans again.

Seriously though, best of luck to Williams. Flopping aside, he’s a good kid.


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9 Comments for Tennessee’s Grant Williams staying in the NBA Draft

  1. Smyrna_Cat
    9:55 am May 17, 2019 Permalink

    From a floppy standpoint, the kid is a pro!!!

    • david8577
      9:56 am May 17, 2019 Permalink

      There’s no doubt, as a flopper, he has nothing more to prove in college basketball.

  2. 2Dogs
    9:59 am May 17, 2019 Permalink

    After watching Golden State there’s no way Williams flops more than Steph Curry. Dude hits the floor after every single shot.

    • J. Did
      6:18 pm May 17, 2019 Permalink

      Coaching + habit = ritual

  3. Realme
    10:00 am May 17, 2019 Permalink

    Hallelujah! I could not take another year of watching his glee as he lay on the floor and clapped for getting away with yet another flop.

  4. ClutchCargo
    10:03 am May 17, 2019 Permalink

    Imagine how much less those guys on the baselines will need to dry the floor now.

  5. Fitz
    10:12 am May 17, 2019 Permalink



  7. Thetruthshallsetbennyfree
    4:04 am May 18, 2019 Permalink

    He’ll lose is entire first years paychecks to flopping fines.