Zion Williamson (Zion Williamson) on the bench, Pelicans (Pelicans) struggle on the court
The New Orleans Pelicans restarted the game with a score of 0-2, while franchise player Zion Williamson continued to work hard.
Since the family emergency returned to the bubble, Williamson has been subject to “outbreak restrictions.”
Williamson said: “Once I start to break away from sweat, I will look back. The horn is right for me and I have to participate in the game.” “And, when I catch up with the rhythm of the game as I said, the horn is Disappeared, this is for me.”
The Pelicans limited the rookie’s playing time and tried to gradually and safely restore him to full speed after 13 days of missing.
Williamson played 29 minutes in the first two games of Pell’s restart, and the team evaluates him after each quarter.
For Williamson, being eliminated makes him very frustrated. Williamson entered the league’s first year after suffering a knee injury and undergoing surgery last fall.
“I am a competitor and I want to stay on the court. When I quit the game, I want to maintain my competitive advantage.”
-New Orleans Pelicans (@PelicansNBA) August 2, 2020
Although coach Alvin Gentry and other Pelicans employees can sympathize, they are focused on the long-term success of the team.
In this case, you just need to stay smart. Everyone wants to play immediately. “We try to spend time because the coaches and medical staff try to make him understand that this will actually be the best short-term and long-term goal.” Gentry said.
Before the suspension of the game in March last year, the Pelicans began to mingle with Zion.
Defender Lonzo Ball told the media that Pells must figure out how to regain the profit.
“No matter what we are going to do, we have to go back to the previous state. We must do it. I don’t know if this is out of spirit or just watching more movies. But tomorrow we must put everything together.”
The Pelicans hope to win their first restart against the Memphis Grizzlies tomorrow.
This post is written by Bonny Johnson