Carter-Williams nears lapse from wrist damage – Chicago Sun
December 23, 2016 - Finding Carter
Michael Carter-Williams, who had been sidelined given early Nov since of an harmed left wrist, returned to use Thursday.
Carter-Williams, who was privileged for contact, -participated in a four-on-four cavalcade to tighten out practice.
Bulls manager Fred Hoiberg pronounced Carter-Williams, who was acquired in a trade with a Bucks for Tony Snell on Oct. 17, many expected would skip a subsequent dual games.
“He’ll do a small bit some-more tomorrow during a shoot-around,” Hoiberg said. “Then he’ll be evaluated after this trip, and we’ll see where he is.”
Michael Carter-Williams, who was privileged for contact, participated in a four-on-four cavalcade to tighten out use Thursday. | Stacy Revere/Getty Images
Carter-Williams, a 11th altogether collect by a 76ers in a 2013-14 draft, warranted Rookie of a Year honors and was deliberate a foundational piece. But after consistent sharpened struggles (41.1 career field-goal percentage) and his bent for turnovers, he was shipped to a Bucks mid by his second season.
Finding his balance on a Bulls patrol that already facilities a handful of ball-dominant, iffy-shooting guards isn’t a given. But Williams has a distance and athleticism to presumably play a pivotal purpose off a bench. He has a fringe and transition invulnerability Hoiberg is looking for though too mostly hasn’t received.
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