The return of Robert Williams III to the discipline of the Boston Celtics is not being as regular as one might expect. After missing the last few weeks of the regular season and part of the first round against Brooklyn due to injury, the center’s knee continues to cause problems. Williams has already missed the last two games in the series against Milwaukee and it looks like he will miss the next one because of a soreness that Udoka says has nothing to do with his recent meniscus surgery.
The affected knee is the same, but the technician assures that his current pain is not related to his meniscus injury. “We have scanned everything seems to be going well. The only thing we have detected is a small concussion caused during the third game. Structurally, the area is healthy and fully recovered from the operation »he explained in his last statements. The coach pointed to a clash with Giannis as the cause of his current injury.
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