When jumping straight from high school to the 2005 NBA draft, Lou Williams said, “The second round is not an option.”
The 76ers drafted him in the middle of the second round.
That left Williams with a relatively low $450,000 salary.
But on a Philadelphia team with veterans Allen Iverson, Chris Webber and Matt Barnes, a teenage Williams found a way to supplement his income.
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