Nets point guard Deron Williams told reporters Tuesday he would consider playing in Europe if the NBA season is affected by a labor dispute. Asked by Sports Illustrated what he would do during a lockout, Williams said, "I'm looking at some things. It's possible I could go overseas and find a contract there so I could resume play.''"I haven't looked anywhere in general,'' Williams told ESPN.com. "I'm just looking into the possibility of playing over there. But I'm not going to make a decision until after the CBA." Williams is under contract to the Nets through 2013, though he can opt out of the final year of the deal and file for free agency in July of 2012. The Nets can offer him a contract extension this summer, but not before the NBA's collective bargaining agreement with its players expires on June 30. If a new CBA is not reached, the NBA is expected to lock the players out on that date, meaning all business would be stopped until a new CBA is agreed to.