Pro Basketball Talk "With the NBA’s salary cap set to spike this summer, most players with options for next season are going to opt out to chase big money. Not Mo Williams — he’s set to make $2.2 million with the Cavs next season, and according to Chris Haynes of Cleveland.com, the veteran guard is going to pick up..." June 15
The Score "The Cleveland Cavaliers will have some extra offensive firepower coming off the bench for Friday night's Game 3 against the Detroit Pistons with the return of Mo Williams. The 33-year-old veteran point guard has been activated by the team and will be available to play at The Palace of Auburn..." April 22
Cleveland Plain Dealer "The Cleveland Cavaliers are resting Kyrie Irving for tonight's game against the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden, but they could be adding another point guard to the active list. After going through morning shootaround and then following it up with a mini-workout with assistant coach..." March 26
#Cavs G Mo Williams will not travel with team to Toronto and Washington to receive additional treatment on ailing left knee.
ESPN "Cleveland Cavaliers guard Mo Williams will meet with Dr. James Andrews on Tuesday to get his sore left knee examined. Williams was unable to play in Sunday's win over the Thunder in Oklahoma City. He was going to return to Cleveland with the team but likely will not play Monday against the..." February 22
Pro Basketball Talk "Mo Williams excelled as the Cavaliers’ starting point guard early in the season, when Kyrie Irving was still recovering from injury. But with Irving healthy and Matthew Dellavedova significantly improved, Williams has fallen from the rotation. He has played just 20 minutes in Cleveland’s last..." February 03
Fear The Sword "It's been a rough 2016 for Mo Williams. Ever since the calendar flipped to the new year, Williams hasn't been playing much for the Cleveland Cavaliers. He's appeared in only five games, receiving no more than eight minutes of playing time in any of those contests. In between, Williams has..." February 01