Reggie Williams, a restricted free agent small forward from the Golden State Warriors, has drawn interest from the Charlotte Bobcats, Williams' agent Herb Rudoy told Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer.
As a restricted free agent, Williams is likely to return to the Warriors, as Golden State will have three days to match any offer sheet that the forward signs. But Golden State could be looking toward bigger fish, with eyes reportedly on Tyson Chandler and Nene. The Warriors let two restricted free agents -- Anthony Morrow and C.J. Watson -- leave the team a year ago.
Williams is a scorer and shooter, both of which are much needed in Charlotte. The Bobcats' leading scorer figures to be one of D.J. Augustin, rookie Kemba Walker or import Corey Maggette. Williams could help balance the floor, as Maggette isn't known for his outside jumper and Augustin and Walker rely on their quickness, not range. (That's theoretical on Walker, based on his college performance.)
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