Bob Williams- PF/C A&M

7-4 to 7-6 WS, 9-4 to 9-6 SR,40"MV

2.6 BPG, 63.2% FG, 66.8 2-P%,

10.4 PPG, 9.2 RPG,  1.4 APG, 

The Dumbass Series: Part II. 

Bob is a kid who doesn't know what he doesn't know. "People question my motor a lot, but I work hard and know I can work hard," Bob said. "I'm a hard worker." Bob, you have no idea what hard work really is. You where a kid living a kids life. Now your a teenager trying to live a man's life, and you have no idea what your talking about. You have no idea what real responsibilities are.

You are a Celtic now, because God gave you an elite NBA body. You have ab-so-lute-ly no idea what it means to be a man in a man's League, in a man's world. "Just being in this organization, knowing the morals of this organization and knowing what it takes to be in this League," Bob said. "I'm ready to start." Yeah, you're not. You were literally not mature enough to start the first day of practice! Because of your elite NBA body you have been coddle and spoiled, and allowed to live without responsibilities. 

Everything in your life has just changed. You are now 100% responsible for yourself, and no one gives a crap. "Yeah," Bob said with a baby faced smile. "We're gonna work hard." Not so far. Not like a man. Not like you need to in order to be successful in the NBA. The NBA is littered with guys as talented as you who fell by the wayside, because they couldn't grow up and be a man.

And listen Bob, I know you're still just an immature kid. But no one gives a crap. You show up to work every damn day, whether you got a sniffle or a concussion, and no one gives a crap. If you don't show to work, you are gone. You already have two strikes! 

YOU DUMB-ASSED THE FIRST TWO DAMN RESPONSIBILITIES YOU HAD AS AN ALLEGED GROWN MAN. THAT IS UNACCEPTABLE ON EVERY LEVEL OF BEING A MAN. You show to work every damn day, and no one gives a crap. And you sure as hell don't know what showing to work means.

Not like your Dad has to work. "It's a big blessing," Bob said. "But my first thoughts was, 'my dad's gonna be mad.' He's a diehard coach." Which gives him a chance. Bill Parcells was famous for telling his scouts to put a check down every time a prospect mentioned his Dad. Kids with strong Dads are used to taking orders and completing the task no matter what, like they are at work. 

Because, dude, you are totally oh for 2 on showing up for work, completing your tasks, and your responsibilities as a Man. If you were a real man, and not still a teenage kid: your kids would have missed the school bus, not have had a lunch, you wouldn't have a lunch either, or cash for lunch, and you'd be fired from a real job.

Once is one thing, but twice in a row is a trend of immaturity. "He got in this morning at 6:30 AM [after missing his first flight, and being cared to the Presser like a baby in a stroller]," Stevens said (sort of;). "I think he's excited to get started. Like a lot of our young guys are, as we get ready for Summer League Practice starting on Sunday." Apparently not. Apparently he is happier sleeping, than meeting his responsibilities, and working with his teammates to make them, his team, and himself better.

You got two strikes on your dumb ass now. You better not get a third. "Boston is a place that loves hard work," Bob said. "They love players and athletes who give it their all, give the city and the team their all." Ironically, on the Court he gives it all. 

On the Court he is smart and explosive. On the Court, he is even a good passer to his teammates. Potentially, on the court he was a top five player in this Draft. But off the court he was a 2nd Round pick. This is why he dropped to 27. Which can no longer be called a drop, but appropriately placed. 

As we are seeing now, it wasn't really a drop. It was a condemnation of his still being a teenager. We forget how young these kids really are sometimes. He just turned 20, and is still just an immature teenager. "My mom was a big part of that," Bob said. "She said I needed to mature more. Even if I didn’t feel like that." Only now, no one gives a crap. You live up to your responsibilities, or you're a dumbass. You got here because of your Po-tential. But now no one gives a crap. You produce, or your gone.

Potential is a dangerous word. "I think when you look at guys with size and how they can impact the game now, is he’s got good feet, he’s a good athlete, he’s got a 7-5 wingspan, and he plays way above the rim," Stevens said. "The ability to block shots, the ability to alter shots, good quickness to catch up to guards shooting if they get a step and being able to still alter that. And then obviously, if you can have four shooters on the floor and a guy like that rolling to the rim, you can just throw it up in the air and he can go get it and finish it. And I think that there’s a lot of things that he brings to the table, but those are the things that translate sooner rather than later. As he continues to improve and improve his skill and all of that. We’ll see where all that goes. But right now he is an elite athlete with incredible length." But right now, he has utterly failed in the two responsibilities he's had as a Celtic.

Bob Vs LSU:

Nice little turn around hook in the Lane. Any sign of offense is a plus for Williams (:21). Because defensively he has it (:30). He fights for rebounding position in the crowd, and the ball somehow finds him (:40). He had some nice defense when he took the jumper, and it was still nothing but net (:55). You could really see his wrist on that angle.

He has the vision, if not the skill, to see open teammates. And the ball finds him anyway (1:01). He drifted a little forward on the 12-foot Jumper, and still got nothing but net  (1:26). He can more than one-dribble. Then watch the double-clutch hook through the hard foul for the and one (1:23). He is not normally a solid free throw shooter. He shot 54.1% from the FT line at A&M.

He loves that left post. This is another example of smart basketball. He can two-dribble lefty, and then spin back to the right for the hook. On the court he has it (2:14). He gets down the lane late, but the ball finds him again for the put back (2:14). On the Court he can look like the top player from this Draft. Off the Court...

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Williams Vs LSU:


Be A Citizen! Not a Subject! 

Fascist is as Fascist does. Beware American. President Jerkballs is pulling the cowardly republican Senate closer and closer to the cliff.

Amendment I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances:

The 1st Amendment to the Constitution is the greatest paragraph ever written by mankind. It is the truest diagram of how to ensure a free Country of citizens survives. But is is also a list of what to attack when you want to be a fascist dictator. President Jerkballs is attacking every article in the 1st Amendment. Beware subjects, or you will be subjugated:


The elected (R)s are declaring before all Americans that they are traitors. They think colluding with Putin (who attacked our democratic process) is perfectly acceptable behavior. And while all the Russian agents who bought and sold the Trump campaign, and Trump himself, are laughing at us. 


Trump we know is a traitor, but the radical Republican Congress no longer cares about America. They only care about the money they are getting from the 1%! And we all know that Greed is the EASIEST FORM OF EVIL:


Our democracy is being flushed down the toilet by the new insane Trump party. I can no longer call them Republicans. I am not a fan of Republicans, but I do believe that they believed that they were doing the right thing. These new Trump Party Ass-monkeys are attacking Old school Republican FBI and DOJ officials,


Now I cannot condone the cowardly Jeff Flake, 

who is fleeing Congress, yet doesn't actually

do anything to stop the Tyranny. 

Even when he so obviously sees 

the Fascism taking over the (R)s like a plaque.

And we knows this because he speaks the truth, 


But still wormishly falls into place

to vote "YAY!" to Trump's Tyranny.

We have a President who calls all,

especially Democrats,

who disagree with him "TRAITORS".

"None of us in Congress pledge 

Loyally to the President," he said. 

"Our Oath is to the Constitution, 

and to the People." 

Flake marks the Fascist with his owns words,

But still goosesteps into line

to vote for all of Trump's Agenda. 


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Bob Williams' Bio:

Texas A&M Accolades:
• 2017-18 – SEC All-Defensive Team (Coaches)
• 2017-18 – Co-SEC Defensive Player of the Year (Coaches)
• 2017-18 – USBWA All-District VII
• 2017-18 – Legends Classic All-Tournament Team (MVP)
• 2017-18 – Third Team Preseason All-American (NBC Sports)
• 2017-18 – Preseason Co-SEC Player of the Year (Media)
• 2017-18 – Karl Malone Power Forward of the Year Award Watch List
• 2017-18 – Oscar Robertson Trophy Watch List
• 2016-17 – SEC Defensive Player of the Year (Coaches)
• 2016-17 – 2nd Team All-SEC (Coaches)
• 2016-17 – SEC All-Defensive Team (Coaches)
• 2016-17 – SEC All-Freshman Team (Coaches)
• 2016-17 – Three-Time SEC Freshman of the Week

2017-18 (Sophomore): Returned to Texas A&M after being projected as a first-round draft pick following his initial college season to garner Co-SEC Defensive Player of the Year honors as well as USBWA All-District VII accolades as a sophomore … played in 30 games, drawing 23 starting assignments and averaging 25.6 minutes per game … averaged 10.4 points per game and an SEC-leading 9.2 rebounds per contest … produced seven double-doubles on the year to give him a total of 18 for his two-year career … collected 78 blocked shots, the second most in a single season in school history and the most by an SEC player during the 2017-18 campaign … scoring average jumped to 11.9 points per game during league play … saw his school-record blocked shot reach 41 games before coming to an end in early January … missed the first two games of the regular season while serving a suspension for a violation of Texas A&M policy ... returned from suspension and began his season with a double-double against Oklahoma State (11/20) in Legends Classic semifinals, finishing with 11 points and 11 rebounds to go along with three steals, two blocks and two assists in 24 minutes ... secured Legends Classic MVP honors with second-straight double-double in the finale victory over Penn State (11/21), poured in career-high 21 points on 10-for-12 shooting with 10 rebounds, an assist, a block and a steal in 23 minutes against the Nittany Lions ... against Pepperdine (11/24), dished out career-high six assists in 19 minutes against the Waves ... recorded four blocks at No. 10 USC (11/26), while also corralling eight rebounds in first start of the season against the Trojans ... posted his third double-double of the season with a 12-point and 11-rebound outing against Florida (1/2), also swatted four Gator shots ... contributed 18 points on 8-of-9 shooting with three blocks against Ole Miss (1/16) ... matched a career-high with 21 points to go along with 15 rebounds to notch a double-double at LSU (1/23) ... put up 12 points (10 on dunks) and 11 boards for this 16th career double-double with four blocks in the win over No. 24 Kentucky (2/10) ... dropped in 20 points on 10-of-13 shooting with 14 boards against Arkansas (2/17) ... swatted a career-high seven shots vs. Alabama (3/8) during the SEC Tournament ... corralled 14 rebounds during his first NCAA Tournament game vs. Providence (3/18) … the performance vs. the Friars allowed Williams to become the 28th member of Texas A&M's 500-Rebound Club … scored 13 points on 6-for-9 shooting vs. Providence to register his 18th career double-double ... pulled down 13 rebounds to go along with eight points, two blocks and an assists in the NCAA Tournament second round match up against North Carolina (3/18) … produced 12 points, six rebounds, three assists, three blocks and two steals against Michigan (3/22) during the Sweet 16.

2016-17 (Freshman): Stood out as one of the most exciting and productive rookies in the country, earning SEC Defensive Player of the Year and Second Team All-SEC accolades … played in all 31 of the Aggies’ games while making 17 starts during his rookie year … averaged 11.9 points as well as a team-leading 8.2 rebounds per contest while shooting an impressive 55.8 percent from the field … totaled 11 double-doubles on the season, second only to Ole Miss senior Sebastian Saiz among all SEC players … recorded 77 blocked shots, including one in every game of the season, to own the nation’s longest blocked shot streak and finish with the second highest single season total in A&M school history … checked in at 18th nationally in blocked shots per game … made Texas A&M debut against Northwestern State (11/11), finished with seven rebounds, six points and five blocks in 20 minutes of action, became first Texas A&M player to register five blocks in a game since Keith Davis (12/7/11 vs. Sam Houston State) ... averaged 12 points per game at Wooden Legacy Classic, registered his first career double-double against Virginia Tech (11/25) with 13 points and 10 rebounds, followed that up with a 12-point, four-assist, three-block and three-rebound performance in championship game against No. 14 UCLA (11/27) ... poured in 15 points against SC State (12/10), going a perfect 5-for-5 from the floor ... scored 17 points during the Lone Star Shootout against No. 19 Arizona (12/17), was 8-for-11 from the floor ... notched another double-double against Saint Francis (2/21), logging 10 points, 10 rounds, four blocks, three assists and a steal … made his first career start at South Carolina (1/7), notching another double-double by finishing with 12 points and 14 rebounds in 31 minutes of action ... notched a double-double against Georgia (1/21), contributing 18 points and 12 rebounds ... at Ole Miss (1/25) produced 15 points on 6-of-8 shooting to go along with a 14 boards, two assists and two blocks ... scored 18 points in win at LSU (2/4), while also chipping in six rebounds and four blocks ... posted another double-double performance against Missouri (2/7), carding 18 points and 16 rebounds in 31 minutes of action ... collected another double-double on the road at No. 17 Florida (2/11), finishing with a game-high 18 points on 7-of-14 shooting along with 12 rebounds while blocking four Gator shot attempts ... posted his third consecutive double-double at Vanderbilt (2/16), finishing with 13 points on 5-of-14 shooting to go along with 13 rebounds ... tallied 14 points on 6-of-8 shooting with nine rebounds and a season-high six blocks against Auburn (2/18) ... notched his final double-double of the season against No. 9 Kentucky (3/4) in the regular season finale, finishing with a career-best 20 points to go along with 11 boards … notched nine points and 10 boards against Vanderbilt at the SEC Tournament (3/9).


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