CLEVELAND — The news out of the Cavaliers’ shootaround this morning is that guard Mo Williams won’t play tonight against the Lakers because of a separated left shoulder. From The Associated Press story: “The Cavaliers did not say how long they could be without Williams, their second-leading scorer. The team said Williams, who scored 28 points against the Lakers on Christmas Day, was being evaluated at the Cleveland Clinic. … Cavs coach Mike Brown said Delonte West will start in place of Williams.”
UPDATE: Williams will miss at least one month with a sprained left shoulder.