Quick question. Is this the same Deron Williams who was playing so average this season, may have gotten his head coach fired, and showed up out of shape for the Olympics? Could've fooled us, because the dude was on fire in the first half tonight against the Wizards. He even made history. D. Williams' nine three-pointers in the first half is the most in NBA history. This beats Kobe Bryant's 2003 record, when his netted eight three-pointers against‒ coincidentally‒ the Wizards. Williams shot 9-11 from beyond the arc and scored 33 points in the half.

Peep the nine threes above.

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