HoopsHype Maurice Williams rumors

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Williams sounded positive in post-surgery tweets. "Surgery went great," he wrote. "@drcarlson is the best and she fixed me up. I will be back stronger than ever. #letthegrindbegin" Williams also posted a photo of himself on his hospital bed on Instagram and Twitter with this post: "Right after surgery. Just waking up. I asked the nurse what time is it? She said 2:00. The surgery was at 8." Added Williams: "The nurses was giving me a hard time saying I was the easiest patient ever. Said all I did was sleep." Deseret News

January 4, 2013 Updates

Utah Jazz point guard Mo Williams’ surgery on his injured right thumb "went according to plan," the team announced Friday morning. Williams was operated on in New York City. He will wear a splint on his thumb and be re-evaluated in six seeks. His physical activity will be limited to restricted weight lifting and conditioning work. Salt Lake Tribune

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Mo Williams missed his third straight game with a severely sprained right thumb, and there's no return in sight as of yet. "It's frustrating to say the least," Williams said before Friday's game. Deseret News

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Mo Williams looked up from the dry erase board. On it he had plotted small black marks, designing a play that he believed would work within the offense that was thrust into the spotlight this week when former point guard Deron Williams said he preferred Utah’s system to Brooklyn’s. Mo Williams knew well the symptoms his predecessor described to New York media this week. He, too, once played in the Utah offense and then left it. "I could tell the difference," the Jazz point guard said, sitting courtside before Tuesday’s 104-94 win in Brooklyn. "Trust me." Salt Lake Tribune

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Mo Williams remained in a walking boot Monday, as he missed his second consecutive game with a right foot injury he suffered in Friday’s 104-102 win over Sacramento. The Jazz point guard, as of Monday, had not resumed basketball activities, but said he targeted Wednesday’s game at New Orleans for his return. "It’s mostly the twisting and turning aspect of it," Williams said. Salt Lake Tribune

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In short, the guy who dressed up as President Barack Obama for Halloween is considered by some to be the president of the Jazz locker room. “I’d have to go with Mo Williams for the president (of the locker room), because he talks a lot,” center Al Jefferson said Wednesday, the day after Obama was elected to a second term in office. “Vice president would probably be Paul (Millsap) because he doesn’t talk at all.” Standard-Examiner

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