With the Utah Jazz, Williams would work his way to the starting rotation and before long the Point Guard would reach All Star status, and would do so in three consecutive years in 2010 to 2012. He would be traded to the New Jersey Nets in March of 2012 and was set the cornerstone of what was supposed to be a dynasty leading to the franchises move to Brooklyn. While this didn’t quite work out, D-Will was still a great player for a few years and was considered good enough to be on the United States Olympic Basketball team where he would win two Gold Medals, 2008 & 2012.At the time of his retirement, Williams was 14th overall in Assists per Game and 20th overall in Assist. He would finish seven times in Assists per Game in the top five with a four year run (2007-08 to 2010-11) where he eclipsed the double digit mark. He would also retire with a more than respectable 16.3 Points per Game Average.