Robert Williams Made Great First Purchase After New Celtics Contract

This was a sound investment


Sep 29, 2021

Robert Williams didn’t any waste time making good use of his new contract extension.

The Boston Celtics center recently inked a four-year deal worth $54 million, in what seemed like a bit of an overpay for someone who’s been injured quite a bit in his young NBA career.

What’s done is done, and Williams is $54 million richer. And he already took care of his first order of business with his new money. While some athletes buy new cars, Williams made sure his mother had a roof over her head.

“I just closed on my mom’s house,” Williams recently told MassLive. “That was my biggest priority, getting her a house.”

That’s certainly a good way to show your appreciation.

Williams and the rest of the Celtics began training camp Sept. 28 and are preparing for their season opener Oct. 20 against the New York Knicks.

Thumbnail photo via David Butler II/USA TODAY Sports Images
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