Patrick Williams is no fuss.
In Wednesday’s game against the Detroit Pistons, can the Dagger’s three-pointer add 25 points? The 19-year-old was expressionless.
How about beating the third quarter buzzer with a 52-foot move in Saturday’s victory over the Sacramento Kings?
After the game, Williams said: “That’s 3 points.” “I played 3 points before.”
In fact, the most exciting moment for Williams all night was when he answered questions about Zach LaVine’s All-Star candidacy, LaVine was on him, easily encouraging rookies.
When asked what expression he was going to show during the game, he smiled slightly and said, “We have to see.”
“I’m not sure. When Williams talked about his mediocrity, it was just the kind of person I was on the court,” I really can’t explain. That’s me and me. “
LaVine quickly provided fact checking.
“He showed no emotion only on the court. He said to Williams: “This is crazy. On the court, he is as stupid as ever. Asking a lot of questions, joking, laughing a lot, always hoping that older people in the dressing room tell stories about the NBA and other things. .”
“On the court, he just has a cold and straight face. This is his personality.”
In the rapid transition to a professional player, Williams was well received. Without adequate training camp or preseason benefits, he has started 28 of the Bulls’ 29 regular season games (missed one game due to injury). He accepted excellent defensive tasks and withstood repeated tests like an experienced veterinarian.
On Saturday, he set his second career doubles doubles and rebounds (11) in the eighth game, the highest of his career. He played in the injured Lauri Markkanen (Lauri Markkanen). Start at the forward position. On Monday night in Houston, he is preparing to participate in the 29th NBA game, which is comparable to his one year in Florida.
“I am in good health. I have learned to exercise myself every day, just exercise. Even if my body is not injured, I must make sure that I am in good health. If there is any injury, then take care.” He said. “Make sure you are working towards 100% every night.”
In the NBA’s Whirlwind schedule, the Bulls experienced 17 games in 31 days: “Energy is entirely spiritual.”
Does this sound like the youngest player in the NBA?
Well, he is. The various tools and skills that he flashed, coupled with his tenacious thinking and eagerness to learn, must make the Bulls and their supporters excited for his future.
For Williams, this is the next game.
He said: “I am a rookie, but the one thing I don’t have is experience.” “It’s nice to know that it will come every day or every other day.”
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