--F Marvin Williams still has headache three days after suffering a concussion."My head feels pretty much the same as it did when I first did it," Williams said Monday.
Williams is day-to-day and will be lucky to get back on the floor by the weekend.
"Once my head stops hurting, they said I can get my heart rate up and see if my head hurts when my heart rate gets up," he said.
Williams took a blow across the forehead from Golden State's Ronny Turiaf Friday night, fell, and bounced his head off the floor. Somehow he was able to shoot two free throws, making one of two, then stumbled off the court. Shortly thereafter he was vomiting.
"I felt nauseous pretty much immediately," Williams said. "They said I threw up a little but I don't really remember that."
He spent the night in the hospital for observation.
"Every two hours they were waking me up to check my strength and my vision, to make sure I could sure I could talk and see and read," Williams said.
He said he's taken a blow to the head while at the University of North Carolina but never anything this severe.
"It was really scary," Williams said. "I got a little nervous when I tried to get up and couldn't really get up. My mom was scared. My dad was calling me. It was a pretty scary moment, I think one of the scariest moments I've had playing basketball."
--While others outside of the Hawks' locker room were ready to push the panic button before Monday's win, Woodson warned against it afterward.
"We're on pace of where we wanted to be after 40 games," Woodson said. "But just for the morale of our locker room this was a big win because we hadn't been playing well at all."
QUOTE TO NOTE: "Our last four or five games haven't been great. For us to come back home and get a win and get that winning feeling back is definitely a plus." -- G Joe Johnson on the benefit of being home.