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Zion Williamson Expected to Miss 6 to 8 Weeks of Rookie Season

NYTimes.com Monday, 21 October 2019
The New Orleans Pelicans rookie underwent surgery to repair a torn meniscus on Monday, an injury expected to keep him out of his first N.B.A. season until at least December.
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News video: Zion Williamson To Miss SEVERAL Weeks Of NBA Season With TOUGH Knee Injury

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And another player bites the dust. Seems like the season for injuries and everyone will have to wait a few more weeks before NBa rookie Zion Williamson’s regular-season debut as he goes down with a knee injury just before seasons tip-off

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