July 16, 2012
Williams looking for leadership role
For some players, the open style of the Pittsburgh Basketball Club summer league can be a curse. They fall into bad habits, lose their touch, and have to work extra to ensure that the relaxed approach doesn't impact their game in the regular season.
But for Coron Williams, the summer league might be the perfect tonic. The redshirt junior is coming off a mini-breakout season with a career high 10.8 points per game average in his first year as a full-time starter. Yet he struggled at times as defenses honed in on him, slapping an extra large target on his back as the program's best outside shooter.
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