Mo Williams

#52 PG / Cleveland Cavaliers / EXP: 12YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 198 lb Age: 32 College: Alabama

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      Cavaliers' Mo Williams: Plays 32 minutes Wednesday

      Williams went for 15 points (7-12 FG, 1-3 3Pt), three rebounds, three assists, and one block in 32 minutes during the Cavaliers' 103-99 loss versus the Raptors on Wednesday. Coach David Blatt had said he would monitor Williams' minutes in his return from an ankle ailment, but that certainly didn't appear to be the case. Though Williams came off the bench versus the Raptors, he still produced decent numbers, and there's a good chance he will return to the starting lineup soon, at least until Kyrie Irving is able to return from injury.

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      Cavaliers' Mo Williams: Will have minutes monitored Wednesday

      Coach David Blatt said that Williams (ankle), who has been cleared to play Wednesday against the Raptors, will have his minutes monitored, Dave McMenamin of reports. Williams has been averaging 31.3 minutes over 11 games this season, so it's fair to expect him to see lower than that figure, though just how much of a restriction he'll face likely won't be relayed before the game starts. With backup point guard Matthew Dellavedova (ankle) questionable to play Wednesday, third-stringer Jared Cunningham could end up being called upon to see any minutes at point guard that Williams doesn't receive.

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      Cavaliers' Mo Williams: Will play Wednesday evening

      Williams (ankle) says he will return Wednesday evening to play against the Raptors, Chris Haynes of reports. Williams missed the previous three games with a right ankle injury. This means he will likely start at point guard tonight. His replacement starter for the last two games, Matthew Dellevadova, will come off the bench, and back up Jared Cunningham's minutes will likely drop off again as the point guard position is refilled by Williams.

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      Cavaliers' Mo Williams: Ruled out Monday

      Williams (ankle) will not play Monday against the Magic, Chris Haynes of the Plain Dealer reports. Williams, as expected, will miss his third straight game after sitting out Thursday against Milwaukee and Saturday against Atlanta. Matthew Dellavedova will get the start in Williams' place, but he's battling an ankle issue of his own, so his minutes will likely be monitored. That means Jared Cunningham, who played 20 minutes Saturday, will likely again see increased run.

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      Cavaliers' Mo Williams: Ruled out for Saturday with ankle injury

      Williams will not play in Saturday's game against the Hawks and is doubtful for Monday's tilt with the Magic due to posterior right ankle inflammation, Chris Haynes of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. With Kyrie Irving and Iman Shumpert out as well, the Cavaliers were already thin in the backcourt. Williams only adds to the mounting injuries and he'll likely sit out for the next two contests, as he continues to recover from posterior right ankle inflammation and general soreness. With Williams sidelined, look for Matthew Dellavedova to move into the starting lineup, while J.R. Smith, Jared Cunningham and Richard Jefferson will all likely see extended minutes.

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      Cavaliers' Mo Williams: Out Thursday versus Milwaukee

      Williams (leg) is out for Thursday's tilt versus Milwaukee, Chris Haynes of reports. Williams was a game time decision, but now it has been confirmed he will not be able to go. Matthew Dellavedova will likely get the start in his place. It remains to be seen if this will be a lingering injury for Williams, so it is a situation to monitor. Cleveland's next game is Saturday.

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      Cavaliers' Mo Williams: A true game-time decision for Thursday

      Williams (leg) will be a true game-time decision for Thursday's game against the Bucks, Chris Fedor of reports. Williams began to experience the leg soreness when he arrived at the team's facility early Thursday and his condition doesn't seem to have greatly improved. If he is unable to play Thursday, Matthew Dellavadova would likely take Williams' spot in the starting five. A final decision on his status may not come across until very shortly before tipoff.

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      Cavaliers' Mo Williams: Questionable vs. Bucks

      Williams (leg) is considered questionable for Thursday's matchup with the Bucks, Jason Lloyd of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Williams is battling some routine soreness in his lower-leg, and the Cavaliers will wait until later in the day to officially rule him in or out. With Kyrie Irving (knee) still sidelined, Cleveland would be rather shorthanded in the backcourt if Williams ultimately sits Thursday.

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      Cavaliers' Mo Williams: Collects 15 points, seven assists in Tuesday's loss

      Williams collected 15 points (6-13 FG, 2-8 3Pt, 1-2 FT) while dishing out seven assists with five rebounds over 29 minutes in Tuesday's 104-99 loss to the Pistons. Williams had a rough night from outside, but was still solid from the field as the Cavs allowed the Pistons to rally for the win in the fourth quarter. It was the second straight game that Williams played 29 minutes, which is a tad below what he's grown accustomed to in his second stint in Cleveland. Still, the 15 point night was much better than the four points Williams scored Saturday against the Bucks.

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      Cavaliers' Mo Williams: Goes cold from field

      Williams was limited to four points (2-8 FG, 0-3 3Pt) with five boards and four assists in 29 minutes in the double-overtime loss to Mllwaukee on Saturday. Williams had gone 15-of-22 (68.1 percent) in his previous two games, but couldn't find his range in his return to the Bradley Center. Kyrie Irving (knee) does not seem to be close to returning, so Williams should return plenty of fantasy value while he starts.

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