By Brendan Maloy
November 25, 2013

Andrew Bogut and Mo Williams will both miss one game for their role in Saturday's fight. (AP Photo/Ben Margot) Andrew Bogut and Mo Williams will both miss one game for their role in Saturday's fight. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)

Golden State center Andrew Bogut and Portland Trailblazers guard Mo Williams have both received one game suspensions for their roles in a fight between the Blazers and Warriors, according to Sam Amick of USA Today.

Williams was ejected from the Blazers game against the Warriors on Saturday night for escalating a fight that began when Andrew Bogut elbowed Portland's Joel Freeland. The fight ended with Williams and Wesley Matthews ejected alongside Golden State's Draymond Green, with Freeland, Bogut, and LaMarcus Aldridge receiving technical fouls. Aldridge, Matthews, and Green also received fines for their role in the scuffle.

The news that Williams was suspended first reached the media when Knicks coach Mike Woodson told reporters that the league had informed him that the Blazers guard would not be allowed to play on Monday.

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