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Cleveland Cavaliers Worst Power Forward of the Century: Jawad Williams

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This is the only picture of Jawad Williams that SBNation has available. Boo.
This is the only picture of Jawad Williams that SBNation has available. Boo.

Lakewood's Jawad Williams ran away with the voting by taking 62% of the 142 votes. Williams, an NCAA champion at North Carolina, failed to find much success with the Cavaliers or in the NBA period.

In his 90 games with the franchise from 2008-2011 Williams averaged 3.8 points, 1.5 rebounds and 0.6 assists per game. He played 13 minutes per game and tallied 7 starts.

Per minute, Williams has the worst rebounding numbers for a 6-9 and up player that I have ever seen and can remember. He grabbed just 4.2 boards per 36 minutes and as I said earlier the notoriously allergic to rebounding Ryan Hollins snagged 6.3 per 36 minutes.

Williams did put together quite a nice NBDL career with three different teams. He played 73 total games and averaged 21 points per game.

Again, he couldn't even rebound in the NBDL. He played 38.0 minutes per game down there and averaged just 4.5 rebounds a night. He actually did make the D-League 2nd team in 2006-2007 for Anaheim and led the league in field goal attempts and total points.

Congratulations to Jawad on his crown.

Go Thunder!