Since the draft is over for ABA I imagine not everyone is logging into the site daily. So I thought I'd post the evidence here and direct y'all to vote at Hoops.Sports.ws. And don't miss out on Nash's nifty pre-season voting extravaganza.
I would imagine this is satisfactory, but if more is needed I'm sure I can find it. Evidence isn't scarce...
Reggie Williams Guard-Forward
Reggie Williams Guard-Forward
Reggie Williams G-F
And if you look at the stat splits, they include “As Starting G” and “As Starting F” categories
Reggie Williams Guard / Forward
Undrafted and Undeterred: Long Shots Can Still Find NBA Success
"Williams and Tolliver were the biggest surprises in the bunch. Williams, a guard, averaged 15.2 points in 24 games after initially signing a 10-day deal in March, and Tolliver averaged 12.3 points and 7.3 rebounds in 44 games after first arriving on a 10-day deal in January."
Shooting guard Analysis - Five Potential Breakouts
"4. Reggie Williams - Dorell Wright is penciled in as the starting small forward for the Warriors, but we think Williams can still claim that job. Even as a sixth-man, his all-around production is worthy of fantasy rosters, but as a starter, he could be of supreme value on draft day."
Reggie Williams: Current - SG/SF, NBA - SG, Possible SG/SF
And then local coverage of the Warriors...
"In his last sentence, Smart allowed for a little intrigue. It seemed going into training camp that Charlie Bell would be the second-team point guard, with Reggie Williams, Rodney Carney, Brandan Wright and Lou Amundson playing backup 2-5, respectively." http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/...#ixzz12BkkXFOX
Matt Steinmetz, CSN Bay Area NBA Analyst
"BTW, when it comes to Stephen Curry's backup at PG, Lin isn't only one in mix. Reggie Williams is, too. That's right, Reggie Williams.
9:33 AM Sep 13th
"The ideal spot, in head coach Keith Smart's mind, is as an aggressive scorer off the bench. But in practice, the Warriors have used Williams some at point guard, allowing him to create opportunities and initiate the offense from the top."
"Do we have a bench? Reggie Williams and Lou Amundson are gamers. I have total faith that both will make nice contributions during limited minutes this year. After that, we have mystery wrapped in enigma. The back-up point guard spot is totally up for grabs — it could be Lin, Bell, a walk-on or Ellis and Williams playing out of position."
"One of the goals of preseason is to get swingman Reggie Williams settled. Because of his versatility, Golden State has the option of using him at a few positions -- small forward, shooting guard, even some point forward."
“Player Previews: The Guards - Reggie Williams...For last year’s injury riddled squad, Williams ran the point with surprising poise and mistake-free ease (nearly a 3:1 assist to turnover ratio in April). He’s not flashy, but he pushed the ball, found open men and kept the offense moving when Curry got a rare breather. He also showed a willingness to do the dirty work on the glass, mixing it up inside against bigger men. He was versatile enough to play 4 positions for the team last year, but on this year’s deeper squad his focus will likely be as a back-up 2, with some back-up 1 and 3 minutes as well."