J-Will Gets 16 and 11 for Armor

Jordan Williams played his first game in the D-League Thursday night, scoring 16 points and grabbing 11 rebounds in the Armor's dramatic last second win over the Maine Red Claws. Williams started slowly, as did the Armor, coming back from an 11-point fourth quarter deficit.

With time running out, L.D. Williams slammed home a missed jump shot as the final horn sounded to break a tie game and vault the Armor to a 93-91 victory over the Red Claws inside the MassMutual Center. Dennis Horner, who was waived by the Nets to make room for Larry Owens, was at the game but did not play. JamesOn Curry returned from an injury but shot 1-for-11.

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