Looking around the 'net to find out what writers said about the Nets, who dropped their season opener 98-94 to the Cleveland Cavaliers:
Cheering and wishing wasn’t enough. But Williams, who finished with seven points, nine assists and four turnovers, admitted to return late in the game would not have been wise after he sat for so long. After all, he only had just 10 preseason minutes of game activity — in the final exhibition — after rehabbing a sprained right ankle and bone bruise. “It was tough. It was tough to get in a rhythm when you’re limited like that. It seemed every time I did, I was coming out. So it’s tough. It’s tough to play like that. But that’s what I have to do for my team right now,” said Williams who indicated he has no idea when he will be ready to go like he is accustomed.