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The Detroit Pistons head coach Monty Williams is standing by his criticism of the officiating, reiterating his stance on Tuesday after expressing dissatisfaction with what he deemed “the absolute worst call of the season” following Monday’s loss to the New York Knicks, as reported by

“I think I said enough last night,” Williams said before Detroit’s win over Chicago. “I’m not of the mindset of creating or building up an argument against the NBA or the officials.

“I was talking about an isolated incident last night, and I’ll stand on what I said and what I saw after the game. As I told our guys today, we have to move past it but learn from it.”