Zion Williamson, a forward with the New Orleans Pelicans, was sidelined with a right foot contusion for Tuesday night’s game against the Memphis Grizzlies.
Williamson did not play in the game.
Willie Green, the head coach of the Pelicans, stated that Williamson’s condition was “day-to-day.” It has been determined that Williamson will not participate in Wednesday’s game against Chicago.
According to Green, Williams, who comes into Saturday’s game averaging 23.5 points, 6.4 rebounds, and 3.9 assists, hurt his foot early in the fourth quarter of their victory over Houston, which ended 119-106. Williamson led the Pelicans in scoring with 26 points and appeared to have no issues throughout the entire game.
“We’ll see how he feels after tonight,” said Green. “We’ll see how he feels after tonight.” “It was a painful sensation. There were no issues to report at all. It looks like he has a contusion, so we’ll take things one day at a time and see how he is the next day. It was something that took place during the course of that game.
After having surgery to repair his right fifth metatarsal, Williamson was out for the entirety of the previous season. During the 2020-21 season, he had a floor shooting percentage of 61.1% and a scoring average of 27.0 points.
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