Cartier Martin gets the start in place of Kyle Korver. Lou Williams in on trip but will not play. #ATLHawks
No Kyle Korver for the Hawks tonight, which means Cartier Martin (or Lou Williams) could start in his return to DC.
Lou Williams will play tonight vs. Mavs. So Hawks get two of three guards back. #ATLHawks
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Lou Williams did not travel to Detroit and will miss Friday's game against the Pistons. He will be available for Saturday's home game against the Celtics. The veteran guard will not play in back-to-back games as he returns from a torn right ACL. The Hawks have two more sets of back-to-back..." November 22
Coach Bud says Paul Millsap will play tonight. Lou is also available off the bench.
Lou Williams will be inactive for #ATLHawks
Pro Basketball Talk "since he tore his ACL, Lou Williams did pretty much exactly what he did when the injury occurred — he used his quickness to drive the lane to the right, finishing it off the glass over the defender. It was a very good sign. The Atlanta Hawks got a lot more scoring punch off the bench..." November 16
Coach Bud says Lou is available tonight but is not sure if he will play.
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Hawks guard Lou Williams participated in some contact drills Tuesday, the first time he has done so during his rehabilitation from a torn ACL in his right knee. The team will evaluate Williams after the Tuesday practice. The next step will be to clear Williams for full five-on-five contact..." November 12
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Hawks training camp begins in 11 days – on Oct. 1 – and the team has no timeline on the return of Lou Williams from a torn ACL. According to team officials Williams is progressing well with his right knee injury. However he has not yet been given medical clearance by doctors to participate in..." September 21
Atlanta Hawks still plan to utilize Lou Williams off the bench in reserve role next season once he returns from torn ACL.
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "On the seventh day, Lou Williams rests. Five and a half months into his recovery from a torn right ACL, the Hawks guard works out six days a week in Atlanta and hopes to be ready for the start of training camp. “That is what we are shooting for,” Williams told The Atlanta..." July 02
Peachtree Hoops "According to an AP report, the Atlanta Hawks are optimistic that injured guard Lou Williams will be back by training camp next season. Williams had surgery last week to repair a torn ACL in his right knee with famed orthopedist Dr. James Andrews performing the surgery. Williams' surgery was..." February 10
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Hawks guard Lou Williams underwent surgery to repair a tear to his anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee Thursday. The surgery was performed by orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews and assisted by Hawks orthopedic surgeon Dr. Ashok Reddy at the Andrews Institute for Orthopedics & Sports..." February 08