Advice for Indiana opponents: If the Hoosiers miss a long shot, make sure to get a body on Troy Williams. [ MORE: Catch up on all of Saturday’s action on our Big Ten scoreboard ] If you fail to do so, the Indiana high-flyer will do what he did vs. McNeese State on Saturday night, and what he has done so many times in his career. Williams’ latest highlight-reel putback came off a James Blackmon Jr. missed 3-pointer from the top of the arc. Williams, who was just to the right of Blackmon Jr. when the shot went up, read
Big Ten fans were treated to a loaded slate of men's basketball games on Thursday.
Here’s a safe assumption: No one arrived at Hoosier Hysteria in more style than Troy Williams. [ MORE: Watch Michigan State coach Tom Izzo’s Midnight Madness entrance ] The high-flying junior rode a hoverboard into Assembly Hall for Indiana’s highly anticipated annual Midnight Madness on Saturday night. Williams mugged it up for the camera, too, rolling by at a slow rate and with a big smile on his face. A season ago, the 6-foot-7 forward averaged 13 points, 7.4 rebounds two assists and one steal per game.
We recently asked Big Ten beat writers covering NCAA bubble teams for their respective team's most important player in search of an NCAA tourney berth. See their answers inside.
This week on a new episode of "The Journey: Big Ten Basketball 2015" meet Indiana’s spectacular sophomore Troy Williams, learn how Minnesota senior Maurice Walker got in better shape, and go behind the scenes with the Maryland student section known as "The Turgeonites.” The show airs Sunday at 9:30 p.m. ET.
If there was any doubt whether Troy Williams was one of the Big Ten’s top high-flyers, he erased them in Sunday’s narrow 70-67 victory over Michigan. [ MORE: Video: Melo Trimble had a painful day Sunday at Iowa ] Williams, easily one of the Big Ten’s elite athletes, exploded for a handful of powerful flushes. Four of the dunks were included in CBS’ montage spotlighting Williams’ big day above the rim. Problem is, the montage aired a little too early, because the sophomore saved one of his best dunks of the day for late in the game. With 32 seconds
Two weeks of Big Ten play are in the books, and the standings are a lot more jumbled than most expected at this point. Much of the mess is the result of Rutgers’ upset of No. 4 Wisconsin on Sunday night. Not only did the Badgers suffer their first loss, but they are now tied with Maryland, Michigan and Michigan State atop the standings, just one-half game ahead of Indiana and Iowa and one game ahead of Nebraska, Ohio State, Purdue and Rutgers. That’s one game separating the top 10 teams! Now, to be fair, such a narrow gap is
The Big Ten office released its latest Big Ten Players of the Week on Monday. See all of the honorees and what they did inside.
Troy Williams is a highlight machine. We all know this. Well, the Indiana sophomore put on, perhaps, his best high-flying act Monday night.
Every now and then, Troy Williams offers a glimpse into why some basketball minds think he boasts Victor Oladipo-like athleticism. The Indiana freshman had one of those moments early in the first half Saturday at No. 12 Michigan. Let’s just say, Williams didn’t care that it was Jordan Morgan’s senior night. Check out his And-1 dunk in this post. INSTANT HIGHLIGHT: Holy, Troy Williams! Check out the @IndianaMBB frosh's latest highlight dunk. WATCH – http://t.co/tXjEHoeIfz — Indiana on BTN (@BTN_Indiana) March 8, 2014 Williams also added this dunk: VIDEO: @IndianaMBB freshman Troy Williams is a pretty sight in the open