Derrick Williams has bounced from one losing situation to another during his NBA career.
He's finally stopped in a place worth staying.
Williams showed some of his versatility by playing point guard during his Cleveland debut and LeBron James and Kyrie Irving scored 27 points apiece as the Cavaliers returned from the road and downed the Denver Nuggets 125-109 on Saturday night.
Signed to a 10-day contract earlier this week, Williams, the No. 2 overall pick in the 2011 draft, could latch on for much longer with the NBA champions.
"We hope this is a long-term thing," James said. "Even though he's on a 10-day contract, we believe it's going to be...