Deron Williams has enough problems. He's shooting career lows both overall (under 40) and from three (under 30). His scoring average is the worst it's been since his second year and he has the burden of being the player who's owed the most money of anyone in the NBA ($100 million). Not to mention he missed the shot that could have sent the Nets and Bulls into overtime Saturday. Even he has said he hasn't had a dominant game yet this season. Now, his back-up, C.J. Watson, appears to have edited or clarified his comments from the summer when, as every writer at his press conference noted, he called D-Will the best point guard in the NBA, which would mean better than Derrick Rose of the Bulls, his former teammate. Not what he said, he told Chicago writers post-game.