Mo Williams to see Dr. Andrews about sore knee

Mo Williams has been struggling with a sore left knee. Ken Blaze/USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland Cavaliers guard Mo Williams will meet with Dr. James Andrews on Tuesday to get his sore left knee examined.

Williams was unable to play in Sunday's win over the Thunder in Oklahoma City. He was going to return to Cleveland with the team but likely will not play Monday against the Pistons.

Williams told Cleveland.com that the knee is "a little worrisome." A source told Cleveland.com that the knee has bothered him much of the season and that he had an injection in the joint on Dec. 7.

Williams is averaging 9.1 points and 2.7 assists per game for the Cavaliers this season. This is his second stint with Cleveland, having played there from 2008-11. He has averaged 13.2 points and 4.9 assists in a 13-year career.