Pelicans are finally sharing positive news about Zion Williamson

The New Orleans Pelicans provided a positive update on star Zion William’s injured foot.

It has certainly been talked about a lot Pelicans from New Orleans star Zion Williamson, who did not play a single game in the 2021/22 season. From the setbacks with a broken right foot preventing him from playing to the Williamson drama CJ McCollum didn’t immediately welcome the team after being acquired at the close of trading. Regarding the injury, there is some positive news to share.

On Wednesday, the Pelicans announced that Williamson is experiencing improved bone healing in his right foot. From there, he can move on to “full-impact exercises and basketball activities.”

Despite this positive news, the team announced that he is still out indefinitely and has no schedule for a return.

Pelicans provide positive Zion Williamson injury update

Williamson suffered a fractured fifth metatarsal in his right foot last offseason. There was hope that he would eventually return in his third NBA season as he was eventually cleared for one-on-one practice. But, he suffered a setback in his recovery.

With this latest update, it’s unknown if he’ll be able to return as there’s just over a month left in the season.

The former first overall winner’s rookie season was cut short due to a knee injury. But in his sophomore season, Williamson showed promise throughout the 61-game streak as he averaged 27.0 points, 7.2 rebounds and 3.7 assists while shooting 61.1 percent from the field.

Despite the positive news, Pelicans fans are still awaiting official confirmation as to whether Williamson will actually play this season. Pelicans are finally sharing positive news about Zion Williamson

John Verrall

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