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  • Zion Williamson is back in the NBA bubble after quarantine

    Good news for the New Orleans Pelicans and for the NBA in general, as rookie sensation Zion Williamson has cleared his quarantine period and is now ready to join his team in Orlando and get ready for the beginning of the season next Thursday, July 30th.

    Williamson was already in Orlando and training but had to leave the bubble for a few days due to a family emergency. He returned to the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex last Friday night and was tested immediately for Covid-19, with negative result. The only bad news in this scenario is that the Pelicans are scheduled to play in the very first game of the season’s restart this Thursday, against Utah Jazz, and it is uncertain if he will be 100% ready in such a short notice. The rookie has been training with the team already, of course, but it will be the coach’s last-minute decision if Zion plays in the first game or not.

    Zion Williamson – Rookie of the Year?

    Precisely during this week the final voting for the NBA yearly awards is taking place, and Zion Williamson is one of the two favorites to win the Rookie of the Year award along with Memphis Grizzlies’ Ja Morant, another young man who has had a huge impact in the NBA this year.
    Williamson’s numbers speak for themselves, 23.6 points per game, 6.8 rebounds and 2.2 assists in an average of 29.7 minutes per game. However, on the downside, he has played only 19 games, while Morant has 17.6 points, 3.5 rebounds and 6.9 assists per game, averaging 30 minutes per game, but in a total of 59 games this season. Remember that Zion Williamson suffered an injury last year during the preseason and had to stay in the sidelines for several months after.
    Are his numbers strong enough to take the prize home? For many, the answer is yes, in the few games we saw him play he proved to be one of those unstoppable forces we see in the NBA every few years only. But now we must wait and see if that’s enough to win the award.


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