New Orleans Hornets forward Anthony Davis remains day to day after suffering a mild concussion after he was elbowed by teammate Austin Rivers in Friday night's win over the Utah Jazz. Hornets head coach Monty Williams wasn't happy with the NBA for not allowing Davis to make the trip to Chicago to play the Bulls. "It's a man's game," Williams said via ESPN. "They're treating these guys like they're 5 years old. He desperately wanted to come, but he couldn't make it. When you're dealing with the brain, I guess what's happening in football has impacted everybody," Williams said before the game. "He got touched up a little bit last night. That happens a lot in basketball. It's just that now they treat everybody like they have white gloves and pink drawers and it's getting old. It's just the way the league is now." Williams thinks the players should have more of a say when determining if they should play or not. "I'm not saying I don't like (the policy)," Williams said. "We've got to protect the players, but I think the players should have more say so in how they feel. I'm sure I had four or five concussions when I played, and it didn't bother me. The NBA is doing what's necessary to protect the players, but this is not the NFL. You don't get hit in the head that much. I understand it. But as a coach, I'm a baby about it. I want my guys ready to play. That's basically the bottom line; I'm just a baby."