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Posted by: James Posted: Friday, August 16, 2013 8:10:30 PM(UTC)
In a recent article entitled "Williams can end the P.J. Hairston chatter", ESPN writer Myron Medcalf states that Roy Williams' irritation with the media is completely self-inflicted and he blames Williams (and his silence on the Hairston situation) for the endless supply of negative headlines over the summer. Does Roy owe the media some answers? Are the media being too aggressive or just doing their jobs?

"Roy Williams is “tired of reading” about P.J. Hairston, but he hasn’t done enough to eliminate the questions about a crucial player. Will he miss any meaningful games? How many? Five? Ten? How long does it take to assess something like this? Just tell us. And then, we’ll stop asking about it. Until then -- and this really goes for Williams and other coaches who do the same thing -- don’t be surprised by the headlines and dialogue."

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