Small forward Marvin Williams, who has missed the Utah Jazz's last three games due to concussion-like symptoms, may return to the Jazz's starting lineup Wednesday when the Orlando Magic visit, reports Bill Oram of the Salt Lake Tribune. "I'm doing much, much better," Williams said after the Jazz's shootaround Wednesday afternoon.
A former member of the Atlanta Hawks, Williams is no stranger to the Magic, Atlanta's rival in the Southeast. In 22 career regular-season games against Orlando, the former second-overall draft choice has averaged 9.2 points and 4.1 rebounds on 42.2 percent shooting.
Three-year veteran DeMarre Carroll has started for Williams in Utah's last three games, all losses. The Missouri product has posted 4.3 points, 4.3 rebounds, one steal, and one block per game in those appearances.
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