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NBA Call-Up Report Featuring Reggie Williams Signing with Golden State for the Season

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It's Monday, meaning it's time for another look at how all of those D-League call-ups have been doing in the NBA.  The answer, this week at least, is very well.

Reggie Williams, Golden State Warriors: Williams was a big part of the Warriors' win over  the Hornets, hitting four of his five three-point attempts (and six of seven shots overall) during the fourth quarter and finishing with 22 points on 11 shots, four rebounds, four assists and two steals.  He also played just over four minutes in that Lakers game and didn't shoot at all, but his team improved dramatically as soon as he hit the floor, and was a +10 in those four minutes.  Presumably because of those performances, Williams is signing with the Golden State Warriors for the rest of the season.

Anthony Tolliver, Golden State Warriors: Tolliver got into some foul trouble against the Lakers but still finished with 14 points and four rebounds in 27 and a half minutes.  He then played excellently against the Hornets, with 30 points on 19 shots (including 4-8 from outside), along with six rebounds, four steals and three assists.  Tolliver didn't shoot particularly well against the Grizzlies, but he did grab 11 rebounds.

Chris Hunter, Golden State Warriors: Hunter struggled in the third quarter of that tough loss to the Lakers, but was otherwise solid as he finished with 22 points on 14 shots and seven boards.  He then had 17 points and eight rebounds in 29 minutes during a win over New Orleans.

Alonzo Gee, Washington Wizards: Gee earned a second 10-day contract after solid bench play for the Wizards.  He had that 13-10 double-double we talked about, and scored 10 points on four shots in 15 minutes against the Jazz.  Gee also was the victim of a Brandon Roy buzzer-beater, but, well, Roy traveled.

Sundiata Gaines, Utah Jazz: They were both blowouts, sure, but Gaines scored 15 points on seven shots against Washington and had eight points, four assists, four rebounds and three steals in the fourth quarter against the Suns.

Chris Richard, Chicago Bulls: Richard grabbed nine rebounds and made all three of his field goals against the Mavericks, in addition to playing decent defense on Erick Dampier.  He also got into foul trouble against the Grizzlies, but still grabbed six rebounds (four offensive) in 13 and a half minutes.