HOW LOU BECAME A HAWK: Signed as a free agent on July 12, 2012 • Selected by the Philadelphia 76ers in the second round (45th pick overall) of the 2005 NBA Draft • Re-signed as a restricted free agent with Philadelphia on August 4, 2008.

LAST SEASON (2011-12): In 64 games off the bench, averaged a team and career-high 14.9 ppg, 3.5 apg and 2.4 rpg in 26.3 mpg, while shooting 40.7 FG%, 36.2% 3FGs and 81.2% FTs • Did not miss a single game due to injury but sat out the final two games of the season to rest • Became the first player to lead his team in total pts without making a single start since Dell Curry did so for Charlotte in 1993-94 • Became the first player to play at least 60 games and average 14-plus pts and 3-plus assts while playing fewer than 27 mpg since Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf did so for Denver in 1990-91 • Scored 20-or-more points 14 times • Had the fourth-most fourth quarter pts of any player and averaged 5.3 fourth quarter ppg • Scored 10-or-more points in the fourth quarter 10 times • SEASON HIGHS: 28 pts @NY (3/11), 8 rebs @NJ (4/10), 7 assts (4x), 4 stls v/Dall (2/17), 3 blks (2x), 10 FGM @NY (3/11), 4 3FGM (3x), 11 FTM @Milw (3/5), 34 mins @Hou (2/22).

PROFESSIONAL CAREER: Has played in 455 career regular season games (38 starts), all with Philadelphia, compiling 11.3 ppg, 3.0 apg and 2.0 rpg in 21.9 mpg (.421 FG%, .337 3FG%, .798 FT%) • Has missed seven games due to injury/illness • CAREER HIGHS: 31 pts v/Mem (11/20/09), 10 rebs (2x), 9 assts (2x), 6 stls v/Mem (11/20/09), 3 blks (2x), 12 FGM v/Mem (11/20/09), 5 3FGM (2x), 15 FTM @Wash (11/2/10), 44 mins @Phoe (2/24/10) • 2010-11: In 75 games off the bench, averaged 13.7 ppg, 3.4 apg and 2.0 rpg in 23.3 mpg (.406 FG%, .348 3FG%, .823 FT%) • Led all NBA reserves in FTA for the second time in three seasons • Hit a career-best 88 three-pointers • Ranked 27th in the league in asst-TO ratio (2.47) • 2009-10: In 64 games (38 starts, including first of career on 10/28/09 @Orl), put in 14.0 ppg, 4.2 apg, 2.9 rpg and 1.3 spg in 29.9 mpg (.470 FG%, .340 3FG%, .824 FT%) • Ranked 25th in the NBA in asst-TO ratio (2.53) • 2008-09: Tallied 12.8 ppg, 3.0 apg, 2.0 rpg and 1.1 spg in 23.7 mpg (.398 FG%, .790 FT%) • Scored 40.0% of his point total in the fourth quarter, and led the team in fourth-period scoring • Led all NBA subs in FTA • 2007-08: In 80 games, averaged 11.5 ppg, 3.2 apg, 2.0 rpg and 1.0 spg in 23.3 mpg (.424 FG%, .359 3FG%, .783 FT%) • Scored the fourth-most points of any NBA reserve, tallying 42.3% of his season total in the final frame • Had 55 3FGM after making just 14 in his first two seasons combined • 2006-07: Appeared in 61 games as a sub, and averaged 4.3 ppg, 1.8 apg and 1.1 rpg in 11.3 mpg (.441 FG%, .324 3FG%, .696 FT%) • Over his final 36 games, had 89 assists and just 31 turnovers (2.87 ratio) • Played three games with the Fort Worth Flyers of the NBA D-League • 2005-06: In his rookie season, put up 1.9 ppg in 4.8 mpg of 30 contests (.442 FG%, .615 FT%) • Made his NBA debut at Detroit (11/2/05).

PLAYOFF HISTORY: In 30 games off the bench, averaging 11.1 ppg, 2.8 apg and 2.1 rpg in 25.7 mpg while shooting 36.7% from the floor and 75.0% from the foul line • In the 2012 postseason against Chicago and Boston, appeared in 13 contests, putting up 11.5 ppg, 3.0 apg, 2.1 rpg and 1.0 spg in 27.5 mpg (.352 FG%, .788 FT%) • Played in all five games of Philadelphia’s First Round series vs. Miami in 2011, averaging 10.8 ppg, 3.0 apg, 1.6 rpg and 1.0 spg in 26.0 mpg, while shooting 32.7% FGs, 30.0% 3FGs and 73.7% FTs • In the 2009 playoffs, played all six games for the 76ers in their first round series vs. Orlando, averaging 9.7 ppg, 2.8 apg and 2.5 rpg in 24.8 mpg (.412 FG%, .375 3FG%, .667 FT%) • Scored 18 pts on 7-of-11 shooting from the floor and 3-of-3 shooting from 3-point range in Game 1 @Orl (4/19/09) • Played all six games for the Sixers in their First Round series vs. Detroit in 2008, averaging 12.0 ppg, 2.0 apg, 2.0 rpg and 1.0 spg in 22.5 mpg • Shot 40.0% from the floor and 73.3% from the line • PLAYOFF CAREER HIGHS: 20 pts @Chi (5/1/12), 7 rebs @Bos (5/14/12), 8 assts v/Bos (5/18/12), 3 stls v/Chi (5/10/12), 1 blk @Orl (4/22/09), 8 FGM @Chi (5/1/12), 3 3FGM @Orl (4/19/09), 9 FTM @Det (4/23/08), 39 mins @Bos (5/14/12).

COLLEGIATE CAREER: Was named Mr. Basketball in Georgia following his junior (2003-04) and senior (2004-05) seasons at South Gwinnett • Was also the recipient of the 2005 Naismith Award, given to the nation’s top high school player • Four time All-State selection • Led South Gwinnett to a 103-16 mark over his career • Tallied 3,338 points, 768 rebounds, 650 assists and 355 steals over his four years • As a senior, put in 27.5 ppg, 6.6 rpg and 5.2 apg, leading the Comets to a 26-3 record.

PERSONAL INFO: Louis Tyrone Williams was born October 27, 1986 in Memphis, TN • Son of Mitch and Janice Faulkner • Has a daughter, Jada Williams (2) • Has a brother, Taurus Stinnett, and a sister, Shaun Haynes • Father Mitch does voiceover work • Originally committed to University of Georgia, before deciding to enter the NBA Draft • Founded the Lou Williams Foundation in 2007 • Hosted “Lou’s Caps for Kids Drive,” as part of the 76ers Drive for Kids program, which collected hats for area pediatric oncology units • Plans to continue his community efforts when his playing career ends • Enjoys traveling • Most embarrassing moment was when Steve Nash crossed him over and made him fall during his rookie season • Favorite TV show is Entourage, and likes listening to Lil Wayne • Roots for the Atlanta Falcons • Enjoys Mexican food • Had his No. 23 basketball jersey retired at South Gwinnett High School in 2006 • Always puts his right shoe and sock on first • Wears size 12 Jordans • Hosted his own radio show in Philadelphia.