Kenrich Williams undergoes second wrist surgery to remove hardware
The Oklahoma City Thunder announced on Tuesday that veteran wing Kenrich Williams underwent a second planned procedure to remove the hardware on his left wrist.
Williams suffered a season-ending scapholunate ligament rupture on his left wrist in March.
The second procedure was done in New York by Dr. Michelle Carlson. Williams’ rehab timeline remains the same as he continues to prepare to make his return for the 2023-24 regular season.
In 53 games this past season, Williams averaged eight points on 51.7% shooting, 4.9 rebounds and two assists. The Thunder desperately felt his absence during the final two months of the season, as their depth took a major hit in their race for a playoff spot that ultimately came up just short.
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