Robert Williams is reportedly set to miss 4-6 weeks after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his left knee, according to NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. Williams will undergo the procedure sometime this week.
Boston Celtics center Robert Williams is undergoing arthroscopic procedure on his left knee and is expected to need 4-to-6 weeks for recovery, sources tell ESPN. Williams had meniscus surgery in March and played through the playoffs
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) September 20, 2022
Williams underwent knee surgery in March after suffering a regular-season-ending meniscus tear. He returned during the playoffs, missing seven games as Boston made a run to the NBA Finals, ultimately losing in six games to the Golden State Warriors and earning a runner-up finish.
Last season, Robert Williams III held opponents to 50.7% shooting at the rim per NBA Advanced Stats.
That ranked 4th among players to defend 200 shots, trailing Isaiah Hartenstein, Jaren Jackson Jr. and Rudy Gobert. https://t.co/59T2uxwPfC
— Matt Williams (@StatsWilliams) September 20, 2022
Time Lord averaged 10.0 points and 9.6 rebounds per game on 73.6 percent shooting from the field. During the playoffs, he averaged 7.7 points and 6.2 rebounds per game on 67.9 percent shooting.
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