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There’s no ignoring the Kings’ Troy Williams problem.
Williams isn’t a problem in the sense that teammates do not like him or that he doesn’t make a difference on the court. The Kings need help on the perimeter, but in an ideal world, it would come from Justin Jackson, a player the team used a first-round draft pick on in 2017.
But it’s Williams, a two-way player who is making a difference on the court, putting the Kings in a quandary again. He has stood out, shooting 64.7 percent, averaging 7.5 points and 2.8 rebounds in four games. He’s diving on the floor and making his presence known with his energy and effort on both ends of the hardwood.
“I’ve been doing that (diving on the floor) since middle school,” Williams said. “My mama said if I’m on the court, I’m on the floor. It don’t matter how many times I get knocked down I’m always getting back.
“So for me to dive, for me to fall, that’s nothing. It’s just...