Honestly, I'm so relieved about him not being on the court anymore yet at the same time saddened that he will not be on the team. If only he had been relegated to the occasional minute in garbage time, just a veteran locker room presence than I would've liked for him to have stayed. Either way, this guy is hands down one of my favorite people in the NBA and Rockets of all time because of his personality, hustle and smile. Also because my game is somewhat similar to his in making crazy shots and seemingly out of control. I will always remember that 2015 season, his comeback run against the Blazers, his part in the Clippers come back and some of his crazy shots like the one to force OT vs. Blazers. I will hopefully forget the horrible things people here, including myself, have said about him because we were so frustrated he kept getting playing time even when he was just downright horrible. He hurt the team more often than not and honestly, we cannot fault him. He's older and that 2015 run was extraordinary since he was never a great shooter. He still worked his tail off and McHale gave him so much freedom to gamble on defense, I think he lost some magic there in getting steals, when to run or not etc. All in all, the guy was great to have around and I really wish he would've played better. It's sad and refreshing at the same how he recognises if he had made more shots he would probably still be on the team, which is 100% true. If he had only shot the ball at a reasonable percentage, then he would be very valuable still. I'm sure it's hard on the guy, but I cannot deny I'm truly happy we got Lou Williams. I wish him all the best in LA and really hope he finds his shot there and can learn those young guys something. Thanks Corey Brewery (nothing negative intended)!