LOS ANGELES What he's been doing lately seems otherworldly, at least in a basketball sense, but Mo Williams says it's nothing unusual.
Maybe not, but he's been hot, very hot. Since coming back after missing three games with a sore right foot, Williams has been the Los Angeles Clippers' chief catalyst in a big way.
He probably still isn't happy that he's not starting, but he hasn't uttered a word of complaint at least publicly and he clearly has warmed to his new role.
"Just playing," Williams said Sunday afternoon. "Same thing every time. You obviously just go out and do the best you can. I try to perform and do whatever I can to help the team."
In the Clippers' 103-91 rout of the Toronto Raptors at Staples Center, Williams scored a team-high 26 points on 8 of 15 shooting. In his past three games, he's scored 26, 25 and 26 points off the bench and has made 29 of 45 shots, 64 percent.
Williams was virtually unstoppable ...