Nov 11, 2010, 3:48 PM EST
Lou Williams has been the Sixers scoring spark off the bench, giving the Sixers 16.4 points per game with a true shooting percentage of 56.4 and a PER of 20. He has filled the role very well.
But he has had a setback now, a dislocated AC joint shoulder that has him listed as day-to-day, according to a tweet from Adam Levitan of Rotoworld. The Sixers play Friday night at Dallas and Saturday at San Antonio.
The injury happened against the Thunder.
The Sixers need his points, offense has been holding the Sixers back and is part of the reason they are 2-6. The real offensive culprit is the lack of offensive rebounding and they could use to get to the line more often, but when in doubt you need a guy who can just flat out put the rock in the hole. Williams has been that.
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- LaMarcus Aldridge decides to delay surgery, will return for Blazers Saturday vs. Wizards 7
- WATCH: Kobe Bryant’s doctor explains diagnosis to him following exam of injured shoulder 10
- Report: Cavaliers players say they ‘had lost faith’ due to lack of depth and roster construction 45
- Kobe Bryant will be back next season, he can’t resist the challenge 20
- Klay Thompson sets NBA record with 37 point quarter (VIDEO) 36
- If injury is serious, it would go against history for Kobe to be productive again 17
- Sixers’ leading scorer Tony Wroten suffers partially torn ACL, likely done for season 12