After 13 long seasons, NBA journeyman Mo Williams might be calling it a career. He returned this past season to Cleveland after spending a few years back when Lebron was originally around but this time in a mere mentor role. Realistically, Williams barely got playing time, he only got action in 41 games. At 33, Williams is not the youngest guy on the court anymore by any means so i cannot blame him for wanting to retire. He went out in the best way, a champion and he barely even had to contribute. Although he exercised his player option for this season, i do not see him lasting another season in the NBA. Every players time comes, and although his farewell wont be as flashy compared to Kobes' i don't think anyone one argue he deserves one. Williams was a decent starter for most of his career, averaging 13.2 PPG & 4.9 assists is a feat most people who enter the league wish they could produce. Good for Williams, even though his second stint with Cleveland might be ending a year early he has down his part to the city. Five memorable years are in the books with the Cavs and after having to deal with the depressing rebuilding process after Lebron left i think it makes it okay to retire a year early.