Well, this is it. Here's Bruno's preview for the last game of the season. It has been ten years since the last game was known before the final buzzer. Not fun.
Bruno shines a light on probably the only bright spot over the past couple of months and that's been the development of Shawne Williams. He's shown plenty of flashes that a bright future in the NBA is his for the taking. Cracking Carlisle's rotation isn't easy but he took advantage of opportunities when they popped up.
I see Shawne as a next generation Eddie Johnson. He's going to find ways to score and can shoot it from all over. Plus, with his size he should be able to add value around the glass and on defense. Only hard work stands between Williams (he needs a nickname) and a great career. Sounds like he knows it too.
"I feel like I got a lot out of this year because I remember the questions y'all used to ask me in the beginning about the D-League. I just had to keep a level head and say, 'whatever coach wants.' It just shows, me coming from college, there was room to get better and I got better. And hey, I made it in the rotation a little bit."