Former Indiana hoopster Troy Williams now has a permanent home in the NBA once again.
On Tuesday, the New York Knicks announced that they had signed Williams to a deal that would allow the forward to finish the regular season and has options for next year as well.
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Williams had signed two 10-day contracts with the teams and the second one ended on Monday.
In his short two-year NBA career, Williams has seen action with Memphis, Houston and now the Knicks.
He then saw time with Houston both last year and this year and has played with the Knicks for the last few weeks.
Overall, the Hampton, Va. native averages 6.1 points and 2.3 boards per game but has averaged 8.1 points per game in his eight games with the Knicks.
At Indiana, Williams was a three-year starter and averaged 13.3 points per game in his final season with 5.8 boards per game and 70 assists.