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The Utah Jazz learned Wednesday that that starting point guard Mo Williams will need surgery on his right thumb after a second MRI and follow-up evaluation by a hand specialist in New York. The procedure will take place Friday in New York by the doctor that performed surgery on the same thumb in 2008 to repair ligament damage. Williams, who has missed the past five games with the injury that happened on Dec. 22 in Miami, will sport a splint and will be re-evaluated in six weeks, meaning his earliest return would be Feb. 23. "He's frustrated," Jazz coach Tyrone Corbin said. "He's disappointed in the fact that he had to have surgery. He thought he was feeling better and he would do OK to come back a little sooner, but it's the smart thing to do and it's the right thing to do for him."
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Utah Jazz point guard Mo Williams is expected to miss six weeks following surgery on his right thumb.
Williams opted for surgery after flying to New York to have a second MRI and meet Wednesday with Dr. Michelle Carlson, a hand specialist. The decision to have surgery was made following a consultation between Carlson and the Jazz medical staff.
After surgery, Williams' thumb...
Mo Williams' fears came to fruition yesterday when the Utah Jazz announced that he would have to undergo surgery on his right thumb. The 30-year old guard hasn't played since injuring his thumb on December 22nd, and at the time he expressed concern that it was a similar injury to the one he had in 2008.According to the official release from the Utah Jazz, Williams is scheduled...
Mo Williams has been HUGE for the Jazz. In fact they lost 3 straight without him since his injury back in December. Well, now his thumb will require surgery….be out 6 weeks. Here’s the statement release:
Following a second magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) test and a consultation between Dr. Michelle Carlson and the Utah Jazz medical staff, it was determined that Williams will...
The Jazz announced that starting point guard Mo Williams, who averages 12.9 points and 6.7 assists, will undergo surgery on his injured right thumb.
Williams’ thumb will be placed in a splint for six weeks. He will be limited to conditioning and restricted weight lifting before being re-evaluated in February.
Williams was injured Dec. 22 at Miami and has not played since. His...
By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
The Utah Jazz will be without point guard Mo Williams for an extended period of time.
Williams has missed the last four games after injuring his thumb against the Miami hHeat on December 22nd. He is expected to miss at least six weeks following the surgery.
He will officially have the surgery on Friday...
Any chance the Jazz end up with Cousins? I think Jefferson needs to go and Millsap would be better served coming off the bench, otherwise, he should go, too? What moves should the Jazz be looking to make?
Chad Ford (1:14 PM)
Cousins is crazy talented and from what I can gather, he wants out of Sacramento badly. The Jazz have a ton of different assets to offer. But I can’t...
As we mentioned yesterday, Mo Williams is expected to miss six weeks when he undergoes surgery on his thumb today. In his absence, the Utah Jazz will have to find a way to keep winning and stay in the playoff hunt. It's a tall order. The Jazz are 16-17 right now. They are on the outside looking in, and that record came largely with Williams contributing. As Jeff Kaplan...
Gordon Haywad scored 17 points, Enes Kanter had 15 and the Utah Jazz beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 106-84 on Wednesday night to snap a three-game losing streak.
Paul Millsap started 7 of 7 for Utah and finished with 14 points, and Jamaal Tinsley had 12 on 6-of-8 shooting.
Tinsley started in place Mo Williams, who learned earlier in the day he will be out six weeks after opting...
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