Video: Atlanta Hawks' Lou Williams Opens Up About His Future Plans


Yes, we've heard this before but according to Lou Williams of the Atlanta Hawks, this is likely his last season in the NBA and what a run it's been.

The 17-year vet spoke openly about his future in the league and has come to realize he's starting to slow down out there and is taking longer to recover. Lemon Pepper Lou spoke to the media recently and had this to say about his career:

I know this is probably my last season, I'll say that publicly. But I said that last time, so, who knows?. I have the clarity, I'm OK with that. But I'm also OK with continuing to play if that's where it takes me. I'm prepared for the worst

Williams has been one of the best bench scorers in NBA history and is instant buckets. His career as a combo guard has all come from being a second round pick back in 2005 and working for every minute of floor time he's ever received.

Sweet Lou has spent seven seasons with the Philadelphia 76ers, the Atlanta Hawks twice, and also some shorter stints with the Toronto Raptors, Los Angeles Lakers, Houston Rockets and of course almost four seasons with the Los Angeles Clippers.

Three Sixth Man of the Year awards is something Williams can be proud of and here's at his interview with Bleacher Report

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