Deron Williams revitalizes Nets offense

Before his injury, Deron Williams had a huge impact on the Nets' offense. Glyn Kirk/AFP/Getty Images

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Because of a strained right wrist that sidelined him Sunday, new Nets point guard Deron Williams may see his season end prematurely. Still, in the month Williams has played for New Jersey since being acquired from the Utah Jazz last month, he's offered a glimpse of the positive effect he can have on the Nets' offense. In Williams' seven games, New Jersey has scored 108.1 points per 100 possessions -- a rate just below league average (108.7). Before adding Williams, the Nets had an offensive rating of just 103.4.