He's a bit too old and well-paid to be pulling whatever he's pulling. New Jersey Nets' Terrence Williams may feel 100 percent physically, but the second-year swingman will be inactive for the next two games, including Tuesday night against the Atlanta Hawks, for "repeatedly violating team policy," according to head coach Avery Johnson. Johnson also said Williams won't be making the trip to Boston Wednesday night when the Nets take on the Celtics. He would not elaborate on what policy Williams violated. "It's something we've dealt with for the past two or three weeks," Johnson said. "I don't know if he clearly understands what we're trying to do." Johnson said the Nets have fined Williams "two or three times" for the offense, but noted "it hasn't worked". He added that Williams being inactive was being substituted for a fine.