Roy Williams eager to focus on molding team
Sat Oct 26, 2013
Roy Williams started his offseason by losing a player early to the NBA draft, then spent the summer dealing with off-court trouble involving top scorer P.J. Hairston. It's easy to see why the Hall of Famer was so eager to immerse himself in preseason practices. "I look around the locker room and see a bunch of kids that I've really enjoyed coaching through (early) practices," Williams said.
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