Terrance Williams needs to get over himself. He has talent and ability, but his swelled head believes that if he just does his own thing, he will show everyone how great he is. The problem with that is that there are four other guys on the court whose cooperation he needs if he is to excel. Even Michael Jordan needed Pippen to set picks and rebound. Driving to the basket playing one-on-five every time down the court will get you what you deserve: traded or released.
Mike Harris is a journeyman that has made the rounds in the NBADL and several 10-day contracts around the NBA, but has yet to catch on. He works hard, but is a bit undersized at forward. Harris marginal big-league skills, but may eventually find a team with whom he blends perfectly. I wish him luck.
Demarre Carroll has not shown enough in his two NBA seasons to make me believe that he will be around longer than his rookie contract. To date, he has not yet achieved journeyman status, and there is little patience in the league for third-year apprentices.