Pelicans official:Zion’s right hamstring strain will be reviewed in three weeks
In an NBA regular season game yesterday, the Pelicans lost to the 76ers, and Zion retired from injury. The Pelicans officially announced this morning that Zion has strained his right hamstring and will undergo a review in three weeks.
During an attack in the fourth quarter of the game against the 76ers, Zion suddenly felt discomfort in his legs. After handing the ball to his teammates, he stood in the bottom corner, then left the field, and exited the game early.
This morning, Mingji Woj said that Zion Williamson is expected to miss several weeks of games due to a hamstring strain, and the third-ranked Pelicans in the Western Conference suffered a heavy blow. Then the Pelicans officially announced that Zion injured his right hamstring in the game against the 76ers and is expected to undergo a review in three weeks, which means that he will miss at least three weeks of the game.
Zion has missed 8 games so far this season. In the 29 games he played, he averaged 26 points, 7 rebounds and 4.6 assists per game. He performed very well.
Zion’s career has been plagued by injuries. He only played 85 games in the first two seasons, and was reimbursed for the third season. Now he is plagued by injuries again.