Figured I would post this, mostly because its ESPN insider...I think he's too hard on him and the situation, what do you guys think.
Derrick Williams | SF/PF | Minnesota Timberwolves
It's hard to believe some thought this guy might be a better draft pick than Kyrie Irving. While Kyrie has gone on to stardom, Williams has been a weak link on an injury-ravaged Timberwolves team. He has been starting at power forward in the absence of Kevin Love, but when Love returns from a broken hand, Williams could fade into no man's land. Even with Love out, he's only getting 22 minutes a night.
When he came from Arizona two years ago, scouts said he was a tweener at the forward position. It's the same thing they said about Michael Beasley, and neither player (though Beasley's problems are due in part to several off-the-court issues) has come anywhere close to experiencing the type of success they had in college.
Williams is shooting a measly 33 percent from the floor and being outplayed by teammate Dante Cunningham, a second-round pick in 2009 who already has played on four teams. In other words, Cunningham's a journeyman, and if Williams doesn't get it together, he may be one too.