The Los Angeles Clippers are big underdogs in their current playoff series against the Golden State Warriors. As the eighth seed, no one expects them to beat the number one-ranked Warriors. Don't tell the Clippers players that though. On Monday night, they came back from a 31-point deficit to beat the Warriors in game two and tie up the series at one game apiece. A huge part of that comeback was Lou Williams who is in his 14th season in the NBA.
Williams has won two sixth-man of the year trophies and is seen as one of the best sixth-men to ever play the game. Williams knows his role and he's been a huge help to every team he's played for. Having said all that, Williams told TMZ that he firmly believes he deserves to be in the Hall of Fame.
"Yeah, I've seen guys in the Hall of Fame with less. I've put the work in," Williams said.
Williams has received some pretty hefty recognition for his ability to play basketball, even garnering a shoutout on Drake's song "6 Man" which appears on If You're Reading This It's Too Late.
"Boomin' out in South Gwinnett like Lou Will. 6 Man like Lou Will, 2 girls and they get along like I'm (Lou Will). Like I'm Lou Will, I just got the new deal."