LA Clippers sixth man Lou Williams received the highest of praise from Boston Celtics head coach Brad Stevens, as the hybrid guard has recently ramped up a case for the Sixth Man of the Year award with his play this late in the season: “He could start pretty much anywhere,” Stevens said of Williams, according to Jovan Buha of The Athletic. “He's really crafty. He's really smart. He's been able to score forever. He can walk into the gym and score without warming up.” “I've told this story before, but I walked into an open gym when he was in high school and he was a little bit late,” Stevens said. “He walked in and said, 'Check ball,' and killed everybody. That's how he's been his whole NBA career.
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