Talking of call-ups, I called Reggie Williams promising and he's delivering big time for the Golden State Warriors. In the last game versus the Hornets, he dropped 28 points (10-16 FGA, 1-3 3PA, 7-8 FT), 6 assists and 2 steals - which would be a normal line for him in the D-League if one could add 5 or 6 rebounds.
Reggie Williams can really be another good finding for the Warriors in the D-League/undrafted pool, to join CJ Watson, Azubuike, Morrow, Tolliver and Hunter - I think he will. He's a natural scorer, very fluid and smooth putting the ball in the basket. Not a very athletic player, little blowbyability, but has good size, a decent jumper and excellent scoring instincts.
There's something that worries me about Williams - every time I saw him, his use of the right hand (he's a leftie) was... residual. Basically he uses it to help on his stationary dribble. His favourite ISO moves are either a diagonal drive from the left wing finished with a running hook or from the left block - he's really good at this. But in the game vs Orlando I noticed that Vince Carter was smartly overplaying his left and Williams became very timid and never attempted to go right. Even in the D-League he'd quickly pull up a jumper or an innocuous pass after going right. So yeah, he probably needs lots of work on his off-hand. Not someone with great tools to defend, but I'm liking his intensity on that end of the court with the Warriors, even though he's generally assigned the easiest matchup. He's also an excellent and willing passer, I think.