About eight years ago, Raptors assistant coach Alvin Williams scrimmaged at Villanova in his hometown of Philadelphia.
He faced another Philly-born point guard, a kid he had helped recruit to the school.
“I thought he was a jerk,” said Williams, who played 460 games for the Raptors from 1998-2006 before ravaged knees forced his retirement at 30.
“I know what Alvin would have said,” Kyle Lowry said, laughing. “It’s just a matter of maturing ...View Post...