After missing 9 games with a shoulder injury, Mo Williams returned to the Milwaukee Bucks lineup, scoring 30-points in a 107-105 win over the New York Knicks.

Williams returned to hit a clutch fourth-quarter shot, a running 20-foot jumper with three seconds left, iced the win for the Bucks.  Williams also added 10 assists to help the Bucks end a six game losing streak.

New York's Jamal Crawford scored 17 of his 26 in the fourth quarter in the loss for the Knicks.

The Bucks are off today.  They'll open a 3-game road trip tomorrow night (Tuesday) in Miami against the Heat.


Listen / Download – Terry Stotts on Williams impact on Bucks offense. :16

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