The Jazz have 15 days to decide whether to match the Bucks'
offer and keep the guard in Salt Lake City.
"We knew he was talking to teams," said Kevin O'Connor, Jazz
vice president of basketball operations. "But I have not heard
anything from his agent, and we have not received any paperwork.
We've got to get the paperwork before we can do anything."
A Bucks spokesman confirmed to The Associated Press Saturday
that Williams signed the offer sheet Friday.
Williams' agent, Mark Bartelstein, told The Journal Times of
Racine the offer was worth $5.5 million over three years. Williams
earned $770,000 last season.
"At this point, there's not much he can do but sit back and
wait," Bartelstein was quoted as telling the newspaper. "He likes
Utah very much, but they have two other point guards, so it's tough
getting playing time there."
The 6-foot-1 Williams was selected in the second round, 47th
overall, of the 2003 draft. He played in 57 games last season, averaging five points, 1.3 assists in
The Jazz have said they want to sign Williams, but have spent
time in the offseason with other big additions.