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It's been that way since the two were growing up in suburban Dallas, and it will be that way, Mitnick suspects, long after Williams is done chasing a still unfilled aspiration agenda. For that, the Boo Boo to Williams' Yogi Bear credits D Will's mother, Denise Smith single mom, source of inspiration and middle school basketball coach for a point guard and his good buddy. "I'm one of his biggest fans, biggest critics. I think his mom's probably the only person that's a bigger critic of his his mom and himself," Mitnick said of Denise, who played both basketball and volleyball at West Liberty State College in Deron Williams' native state of West Virginia. "He learned how to play basketball from his mom," added Mitnick, whose own mother is best friends with Williams'. "She taught him fundamentals at a young age, taught him there was more than scoring. And I think he still plays that way today. He'd much rather have 20 assists than 30 points any night of the week." Getting Williams to think pass first, though, was no small chore. "He played on some teams where he was always the leading scorer, but he could have been the only scorer," Smith said. "There were kids that couldn't even make layups and stuff, in fourth, fifth grade. And I was always yelling at him to pass." It's that very way of play that may be behind the fact shooting guard Bracey Wright, not Deron Williams, was superstar of The Colony High School's basketball team north of Dallas. Miles, a few years younger than Williams and Wright when he was just emerging on the Dallas prep basketball scene. "Everybody knew who Deron was, but Bracey Wright everybody said he was the guy." Williams, understand, was good. Miles learned that firsthand when he went to watch The Colony play Lincoln High, a powerhouse from south Dallas that current Toronto Raptor and Eastern Conference All Star Chris Bosh led to a 40 0 record and a No. 1 national ranking when all three were seniors in 2002. "He (Williams) was a little chubby back then," Miles said. "Husky. Let's say husky. But I remember getting there, and the first play I saw was a right to left crossover with him dunking down the lane." Miles asked his coach who that was; Williams was the answer. But Bracey Wright got his name in the paper often. He scored more than Williams. And he had much more expected of him down the road. "Deron," Mitnick said, "was just running the offense." Not everyone had Williams pegged to be an NBA player; fewer still a future All Star. "He was one of the best players, of course, in the city and the state," said Bosh, who prefaced his comments with a reminder that The Colony was one of Lincoln's 40 notches. "I just remember him kind of slowly evolving into a really, really good player." But Raymond Felton, now with the Charlotte Bobcats, chose North Carolina. Salim Stoudamire, who played for the Atlanta Hawks, already was at Arizona. And then Jarrett Jack, now with Toronto, picked Georgia Tech. As Tom Cruise's Joel Goodson said in "Risky Business," "Looks like University of Illinois." Yet even in Champaign, Ill., there was someone nudging Williams to second seat. It was mostly Dee Brown, understandably so, and current Indiana Pacer Luther Head too. That's the price Williams had to pay, Miles said, for always playing "the game the right way." "I mean, he's been able to do some more flamboyant things in the league now. But he knows when to do it, and when not to do it," Miles added. "But in high school and college, he just did what he's supposed to do. He got it done. "People didn't realize he was really the leader of that (Illinois) team. Dee Brown was a smaller guy, fast, lightning. He was an electrifying player, which is what people like. "It was exciting. Nothing to take away from Dee; he's a great basketball player also. But D Will was a big part of that team." As it turns out, Bracey Wright after a stint with the Minnesota Timberwolves now plays in Greece. And Dee Brown whose short NBA stay included one season with the Jazz now plays in Italy.
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