PORTLAND, Ore. -- The Portland Trail Blazers see guard Mo Williams as more than just a backup to Damian Lillard. "You can look at me as a sixth starter," said the veteran free agent who was formally signed Thursday to a two-year deal. Williams has played 10 seasons in the NBA with stops in Milwaukee, Cleveland, the Clippers and Utah, averaging 13.8 points, 2.9 rebounds and 5 assists. Last season with the Jazz, the 6-foot-1 Williams averaged 12.9 points, 2.4 rebounds and 6.2 assists but he was hampered by surgery on his right thumb that sidelined him for two months. He will wear No. 7, Brandon Roys former number, for the Blazers. He views himself as a "piece of the puzzle" in Portland. "Im going into the 11th year in my career. I am who I am," he said. "The player you saw last year and the player you saw the year before -- Im not going to diminish." The Jazz, 22-24 with Williams in the lineup, finished 43-39 and just out of the final Western Conference playoff spot. Many of the players on that team were free agents, including Al Jefferson, who was signed to a three-year, $40.5 million deal by the Charlotte Bobcats, and Paul Millsap, who signed a two-year, $19 million deal with the Atlanta Hawks. Terms of Williams contract with the Trail Blazers were not released, but it was reported to be a two-year deal worth $5.6 million, with a player option for the second year. Williams, who will be 31 in December, was one of the last major unrestricted free agents still available this summer. At seasons end, he had expressed a desire to return to the Jazz. But Portland came calling, and Williams previous relationships with general manager Neil Olshey and coach Terry Stotts facilitated the deal. Olshey said Williams allows the Blazers to give maximum effort on both sides of the floor. Last season Lillard, who won the leagues Rookie of the Year honours, played in all 82 games for Portland and led the league with 3,167 minutes. 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The Little Angels childrens choir sang, players wore SE RI hats, and farewell messages were played in a video montage.A lot of emotion going on through my mind, Pak said.It mattered little to the fans and players, many of them drawn to golf by Pak, that she shot an 8-over 80 and was tied for last -- 15 strokes behind leader Alison Lee -- before withdrawing.Hampered by left shoulder problems, the 39-year-old Pak said in Phoenix in March that this season would be her last, and she stepped away as planned after the first round of the tours lone South Korean event.It wasnt a sudden decision to retire, but I think it will take time for me to absorb the fact that I will no longer be competing, Pak said. Today I was really happy and grateful to see so many fans out there. It really moved me. I really wanted to show them my appreciation. I couldnt figure out how during the competition, but I was very moved by the open retirement ceremony. I was very, very extremely happy.She won 25 LPGA Tour titles -- the last in 2010 -- and five majors, two of them during a rookie season in 1998 that gave womens golf its biggest boost since Nancy Lopez. The youngest player to be inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame when she was enshrined in 2007 at age 30, Pak won 14 times on the Korean LPGA Tour and captained South Koreas Olympic team, with Inbee Park winning the gold medal, in Rio de Janeiro.Pak last played on the tour in July, also shooting an 80 to miss the cut in the U.S. Womens Open.Playing alongside defending champion Lexi Thompson and Chinese star Shanshan Feng in the final group, Pak bogeyed the first hole and four of the first six. She bogeyed the first five holes on the back nine, birdied the par-4 15th and closed with three straight pars.When I reached the 18th, I was on the tee box, and I felt like I couldnt make the shot, Pak said. I think I cried all throughout the 18th hole. Actually there was flood of emotions that I really didnt expect to feel. I didnt expect myself to feel this way.From the fairway of the 18th hole and the green, I could see the gallery and the fans, and there was just a lot of love and support. I think it was one of the best moments. Ive had a lot of the victories in my career, and I have to say it was one of the best, happiest moments off my career.ddddddddddddPak managed to hit a good drive and a layup on the par-5 18th then left her wedge 15 feet short. She watched Fengs putt stay to the right and had a better line, but still missed on the right edge. Thompson then missed -- also to the right -- from 3 feet, setting off a flurry of camera clicks as the attention turned back to Pak, 18 years after she sparked the rise in South Korean and Asian womens golf.Pak-mania ruled in the summer of 98, especially after she won the U.S. Womens Open in a 20-hole playoff against amateur Jenny Chuasiriporn. When Pak returned to South Korea that fall, she had to be hospitalized for exhaustion. Television cameras even came into her hospital room to give the latest news.Pak was a catalyst for more young players to believe they could compete on the strongest circuit in womens golf. Today, six of the top 10 players in the world and 22 of the top 45 are South Korean.I think if we had no so-called Se Ri Kids, the Korean golf scene would be quite different today, Pak said.Lee shot a 65 to take a three-stroke lead. The 21-year-old American birdied the final two holes and four of the last six on the Jack Nicklaus-designed Ocean Course.She matched her best round of a season marred by a torn labrum in her left shoulder.I actually injured my shoulder back in February, and I didnt know what was wrong, Lee said. My swing was changing and all that, and I definitely wasnt performing the same way I used to. It hurt a lot, a huge portion of my mental game. I was struggling a lot on the golf course, not only because of my injury but because I was scared. I was scared of the ball. I didnt know where it was going to go.After a birdie try on No. 16 horseshoed out, the UCLA student made a 12-footer on the par-3 17th and got up-and-down for birdie on No. 18 after nearly reaching the green in two.In-Kyung Kim, the winner two weeks ago in China, was in second along with fellow South Korean player Jeong Min Cho, Swedens Anna Nordqvist, American Lizette Salas and Frances Karine Icher.Evian winner In Gee Chun and U.S. Womens Open champion Brittany Lang shot 69. Thompson was at 70 with Brooke Henderson, the Canadian teen playing the third of six straight weeks in Asia.South Koreas Ha Na Jang, the winner last week in Taiwan for her third victory of the year, had a 71. Feng and Ariya Jutanugarn, a five-time winner this year, shot 73. Top-ranked Lydia Ko was tied for 63rd at 75. 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