Zion Williamson Will Miss 6 8 Weeks After Arthroscopic Surgery On His Knee

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Williamson had arthroscopic knee surgery on Monday and will reportedly miss 6 8 weeks recovering from the procedure which was to fix a torn meniscus in his right knee. Williamson didnt travel to New York for the Pelicans preseason matchup against the Knicks with knee soreness the reason that made many worried he would miss the start of the regular season. The 6 8 week timetable would put Williamsons debut around Christmas so perhaps optimistic Pelicans fans can pencil in his debut coming at Denver against the Nuggets on Christmas Day. The NBAs most anticipated debut of the season is on hold with No. Williamson has undergone surgery to repair a torn right lateral meniscus. media_camera Zion Williamson in action during a pre season game for the Pelicans. Zion Williamson underwent successful arthroscopic surgery today to address a torn right lateral meniscus the Pelicans said in a statement. Originally published as Zions NBA debut on hold after surgery. It is yet to be known how long the New Orleans Pelicans will have to show they can win without Zion Williamson. First the New Orleans Pelicans issued a short statement that forward Zion Williamson is listed as out with right knee soreness for the teams final preseason game against the Knicks

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