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Marvin Williams News & Bio


Name:Marvin Williams
Hometown:Bremerton, WA
High School:Bremerton
Born:June 19, 1986 (32)
Height/Weight:6-9, 230
Position:Power Forward
Pro Team:Charlotte Hornets (NBA)
Notes:Basketball, 2004 McDonald's All-American
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Hornets Duo Marvin Williams, Bismack Biyombo Travel to Africa, Where Global Game is Growing
Marvin Williams and Bismack Biyombo will participate in this year’s NBA Africa Game on Saturday, August 4 at 11 a.m. ET on ESPN2 in Pretoria,...

Hornets Marvin Williams, Bismack Biyombo To Play In NBA Africa Game 2018 On August 4
The NBA and the National Basketball Players Association announced Friday that Charlotte Hornets center Bismack Biyombo will Co-Captain Team Africa and forward Marvin Williams will...

Audio: Marvin Williams - “The people I met in college are some of the closest people in my life"
Former North Carolina basketball star Marvin Williams — a member of the 2005 national title team — has carved out a 13-year NBA career. Williams...

UNC Basketball's Top 100 Players: 81-90
90. Marvin Williams was arguably the final piece that made UNC’s '05 title run possible. As a stretch big, he made 85% of his free...

Four Corners: UNC Alumni vs Current Players Pickup Games Highlight Camp Week
Roy Williams' Carolina Basketball Camp has completed its first session. One of the highlights is the scrimmage between former Tar Heel players and members of...

Roy Williams Excited for 2018-19 Season
Roy Williams has a flood of former players arriving in town for camp week, including Marvin Williams, Tyler Hansbrough, John Henson, Harrison Barnes, Tyler Zeller,...

Hornets' Marvin Williams explains a few tricks of fatherhood
With Father’s Day around the corner, For The Win spoke to fathers who happen to be professional athletes about how they learned to do the...

Charlotte Hornets Season Recap: Marvin Williams
Marvin Williams put together the most efficient offensive season of his 13-year NBA career and continued to solidify himself as one of the top long-distance...

Video: UNC beats Ilinois for Roy Williams' first NCAA title - April 4, 2005
Marvin Williams tips in the game-winner with 1:17 to play, Final Four MVP Sean May has a game-high 26 points and Raymond Felton makes key...

Marvin Williams Recreation Center nearly ready to open its doors
Piece by piece, workers pounded panels of maple timber together across the floor of the sunlit Marvin Williams Recreation Center gymnasium last week, arduously unveiling...


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