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Derrick Williams wants to play overseas if NBA lockout doesn't end soon

Timberwolves' No. 1 draft pick Derrick Williams says he will look into playing overseas if the NBA lockout isn't resolved "within the next week or so." NBA Commissioner David Stern announced Monday night that the first two weeks of the season have been cancelled.
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Timberwolves' No. 1 draft pick Derrick Williams says he will look into playing overseas if the NBA lockout isn't resolved "within the next week or so." NBA Commissioner David Stern announced Monday night that the first two weeks of the season have been cancelled.

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