Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Mo Williams comes off bench in debut
ESPN.com news services
CLEVELAND -- Cavaliers guard Mo Williams made his season debut Tuesday night in Cleveland's 100-88 loss to the Atlanta Hawks.
Williams missed most of training camp and didn't play in Cleveland's first three games because of a groin injury. Williams came off the bench against Atlanta, but is expected to return to the starting lineup for Friday night's game in Philadelphia. Ramon Sessions started at point guard again for Cleveland.
"He's played one preseason game in the last month," Cleveland coach Byron Scott said in his decision to not start Williams. "I thought it would be best for him to come off the bench in this game and get his feet wet."
In 24 minutes of action, Williams registered 12 points, two rebounds and two assists.
Forward Antawn Jamison was inactive for Tuesday's game because of soreness in his left knee.
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.