G - ATL - DTD
Lou Williams (back) is unavailable to play in Sunday's contest against the Miami Heat.
Sunday will mark the eighth-straight game that Williams has missed due to his low-back discomfort, and there doesn't seem to be a return in sight. The Hawks' time in the playoffs may be running out, so a return for the veteran is looking less likely by the game.
Hawks G Lou Williams is officially out for Friday's Game 3 against the Miami Heat as reported by Sarah K. Spencer of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Lou Williams will sit out his seventh consecutive contest as he continues to deal with discomfort in his lower back. Williams has been sidelined with back issues since April 5. If Atlanta does not win Friday, Sweet Lou's last chance to return this season may come in Game 4 in Atlanta on Sunday.
Hawks G Lou Williams has officially been ruled out for Tuesday's first round game against the Heat as reported by the Miami Herald's Anthony Chiang.
Lou Williams will miss his sixth straight contest as he once again sits out with lower back soreness. Williams has not played in two weeks and his veteran presences missed against the Heat. It remains to be seen if his back will heal up enough for him to have an impact on this postseason, Sweet Lou is a more valuable asset to the Hawks in real life than he is to your fantasy lineups.
Hawks G Lou Williams has officially been ruled out for Sunday Game 1 against Miami as reported by South Florida Sun Sentinel’s Ira Winderman.
Lou Williams continue to deal with lower back soreness and will miss his sixth straight contest on Sunday. Williams has not played since April 5 in Toronto and even once/if he returns, the veteran will be much more valuable to the Hawks than he will be for your fantasy lineups. The best you could hope for is he goes off, relatively speaking, and you have him at sub-1% ownership in the right GPP DFS tourney.
The Atlanta Hawks announced G Lou Williams is officially out for Friday's Play-In Tournament game against Cleveland.
Lou Williams will miss his fifth straight contest as he continues to deal with lower back soreness. Atlanta misses Williams' veteran leadership on the court and his ability to score quickly in bunches and get hot from deep. It is up to "Sweet Lou's" teammates to pick up the win Friday night and advance to the first round of the playoffs if he is to have a chance of returning again this season.