Cavaliers guard Delonte West left Thursday night's game versus the Orlando Magic with 3:33 remaining in the fourth quarter due to a hip pointer. He will be re-evaluated this morning and his status will be updated as appropriate.
They deserve respect, they are a good team. But we are the best team in basketball. I don't feel that they've had to adjust to us one time in the series."
So, Mo. You're sure the Cavaliers will win Game 4 on Tuesday night and rally to win the best-of-seven series. Willing to guarantee it?
"Guarantee we're going to win the series? Yeah, yeah," he said. "We are down 2-1. But there is nobody on this team and definitely not myself that says we are not going to win this series. Yeah, it is going to be tough. We know that. We get this game tomorrow, go home, still got home-court advantage.
"Turkoglu" is turkish for "Ehlo"!"
I don't think that him going one-on-one was the factor,'' said Williams, who finished with 17 points and five assists but missed 6 of 8 3-pointers. "I think he had it going. That's part of our offense, for him to attack his man. I think the key, the biggest key to the game was myself. I have to take pressure off this guy. I'm looking at the stats and I'm looking at Dwight (Howard) and I'm looking at Rashard (Lewis) and I'm looking at Hedo (Turkoglu), and those three guys were terrific tonight.
"And I look at myself, 6-for-19. LeBron is 20-for-30 from the field. I don't care; he can go one-on-one all he wants. I still got 19 shots. It wasn't him.