George M. Thomas of the Akron Beacon Journal reports:

Mo Williams out 4-6 weeks with shoulder sprain

The reality is sinking in. The Cavaliers must adjust to playing without point guard Mo Williams, who is out from four to six weeks with a shoulder sprain.

”It’s huge. The last two years, a lot of the success we’ve had as a team has been because Mo has been our point guard,” Cavs forward LeBron James said Thursday.

Williams injured his shoulder Tuesday night while playing the Toronto Raptors, but eventually returned to the game to help lead the Cavaliers to a 108-100 victory.

”He’s our second-leading scorer, but I like the guys in that locker room,” Cavs coach Mike Brown said.

”I’m confident we’ll have other guys step up.”