Lou Williams: 'I'm not playing for anybody else' after Clippers
"Listen, all teams out there, I'm not playing for anybody else after this," Williams said during an interview with ESPN's Ros Gold-Onwude.
Since breaking into the league in 2005, the 33-year-old has played for six organizations. Williams' most successful seasons have come as a member of the Clippers, having won two of his three Sixth Man of the Year awards with the team in 2018 and 2019.
"This is my last stop. I identify with this group of guys, I identify with this organization. I don't see me finding that somewhere else," Williams added.
The veteran guard has averaged 20.6 points over his three seasons with the team, a noticeable increase over his career scoring average of 14.5 points per game.
Williams is set to become an unrestricted free agent in 2021.
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