The player who won the title of the best sixth player in the NBA league three times announced the end of his career.

Thirty-five-year-old Lou Williams, in a conversation with Taylor Brooks, said that this is probably the last season in his NBA and career.

Williams entered the league through a small door. Back in 2005, he was drafted as the 45th pick of the second round, but he managed to fight for his place in the NBA.

During sixteen seasons, he played for Philadelphia, Atlanta, Toronto, the Lakers, Houston and the Clippers.

– You always think you are prepared until reality catches up with you. I know this is probably my last season in my career. I say this publicly, although this is not the first time I have said this, so who knows. I’m okay with this being my last season in my career, but I’m also okay with continuing to play – said Lou Williams in a conversation with Taylor Brooks.

Williams has won the award for the best sixth player in the NBA three times, and in terms of the number of those awards, he is equal to Jamal Crawford and Jordan Clarkson.

However, despite not being the only one with so many awards, Williams is considered one of the best basketball players of all time who came in from the bench.

During his career, he averaged 14.2 points, 2.2 rebounds and 3.4 assists per game. He had the best numbers in the 2017/2018 season, when he scored 22.9 points, 5.3 assists and 2.5 rebounds per game in the Clippers jersey.

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