Mo Williams has been upgraded to a game-time decision and said he expects to play Wednesday as the Jazz try to reverse their recent woes against the Cavaliers.
The 10-year veteran has missed 32 games since tearing ligaments in his right thumb on Dec. 22 a period in which the Jazz went 18-14. However, they have lost four of their last five, including a 109-108 overtime heartbreaker on Monday in Milwaukee.
"He’s the point guard that we’ve counted out right from the beginning of the year," coach Tyrone Corbin said, "so to get him back would be a great boost for us."
The Jazz will take any and all boosts at this point. Al Jefferson will likely miss his third straight game after doing little in practice on Tuesday and only lightly participating in Wednesday’s shoot around, Corbin said.
He is officially listed as doubtful.
Mo Williams expects to play against Cavs
Salt Lake Tribune | Mar 6