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Trail Blazers' Mo Williams is doubtful for Game 4

By on 5/12/2014 07:00:00 PM

The Portland Trail Blazers fell to the San Antonio Spurs in Game 3 of their Western Conference Semifinals by the score of 118-103. The loss puts the Blazers in a seemingly impossible 0-3 hole to dig out of. To make matters worse, the Blazers will likely be without guard Mo Williams for Game 4 tonight in Portland.

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 Erik Gundersen,  who covers the Trail Blazers at, tweeted the following on Williams' status.
Williams hasn't officially been ruled out of tonight's game, but it's highly likely that he'll miss his second straight game He'll play if there is any chance he can contribute with the Blazers on the brink of elimination. But if he cannot go, expect Damian Lillard to get the majority of the minutes at the point, with Earl Watson as the backup.

Williams averaged 9.7 points per game during the regular season and is averaging 7.4 points in eight post season games. The 11-year NBA veteran has career averages of 13.3 points and 4.9 assists in 709 regular season games.

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