Award Williams was launched out for the second time this season in the end snapshots of the Celtics' misfortune against

the Brilliant State Heroes on Saturday night. The discharge happened with 1:52 staying in the final quarter as

the Champions were putting the last little details on a great win over Boston. Celtics mentor Joe Mazzulla called break to haul his starters out of the game

and Williams punched a free ball after the break was called. The free ball continued to fly into the stands,

bringing about a specialized foul and a programmed discharge as indicated by the authorities.

Williams seemed shocked during the grouping by the unforgiving punishment yet his fights were not heard given

the NBA's reasonable principles on tossing a ball into the stands. The power forward completed the game with four places,

two bounce back and a take in a short time. It was the second discharge for Williams this season.

His other canme against the Chicago Bulls in the wake of brushing against an authority following a foul call,

which drove to a prompt launch. Williams was suspended for one game by the NBA as the consequence of

that contact and language utilized after the game. Williams apologized for that suspension after that play in Chicago.

"l must be better it might be said of being more full grown and understanding

that your inclination is basically as great as what you base yourself developing as a player" Williams said.