Disturbing detail about his 10 year old son being right in the middle of it.
Of course, Williams is innocent until proven guilty, but this is a huge mark against him if he is found guilty. T-Will played well for the C's down the stretch, even earning playing time in the playoffs over the much higher paid Courtney Lee. However, the C's are unlikely to hold on to a marginal talent in Williams if he has off the court baggage. This is especially true considering T-Will's $947,907 salary is not guaranteed unless he makes the team out of training camp.
We'll keep you updated as this progresses, but as of now things do not look great for the former Louisville Cardinal and current Celtics guard.
Update: T-Will with his first tweet since everything went down, seemingly proclaiming his innocence:
A Million Stories Not One Thats TRUE.....Thanks To Those That Continue To Support Through Devil Testing Times...Those Thats Negative..THANKS
— Terrence Williams (@TheRealTWill) May 21, 2013