The surgery comes six months after Williams had a torn meniscus repaired in the same left knee just prior to the Celtics run to the NBA Finals, causing the big man to miss seven games during the playoffs this past spring.
Boston Celtics center Robert Williams is undergoing arthroscopic procedure on his left knee and is expected to need 4-to-6 weeks for recovery, sources tell ESPN. Williams had meniscus surgery in March and played through the playoffs— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) September 20, 2022
The latest procedure is being described as a "cleanup" or a "scoop" of the left knee which means Williams would be sidelined throughout training camp, preseason and most likely the first couple of weeks of the regular season.
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