Lou Williams Stats
- Height / Weight
- 74 / 175 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 10/27/1986 (35)
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Atlanta Hawks guard Lou Williams will be available for Friday's game against the Cleveland Cavaliers. The veteran guard was able to clear the league's health and safety protocols in time for this contest. Williams hasn't been much of an option this season, but the Hawks have basically an entire roster in COVID-19 protocols. That being said, Williams should play significant minutes and have some streaming appeal for Friday. He is worth looking at as a low cost DFS option as well for Friday's slate.
Atlanta Hawks guard Lou Williams has been removed from the injury report ahead of Friday's game against the Cleveland Cavaliers. The veteran guard has cleared COVID-19 protocols and is allowed to return to the court. The Hawks are certainly happy to have Williams back since they've been destroyed by injuries and protocols. That being said, Williams will have plenty of minutes on Friday, assuming he doesn't lack conditioning. He should be a solid streaming choice while the Hawks are shorthanded.
Atlanta Hawks point guard Trae Young and shooting guard Lou Williams remain out for Thursday's contest against Philadelphia due to the league's COVID-19 health and safety protocols. The Atlanta backcourt was thinned out Wednesday with Delon Wright and Bogdan Bogdanovic handling the vast majority of ball-handling duties. Young had been playing at an all-NBA level before being sidelined, having averaged 30.8 points and 9.9 assists across eight December contests. Williams remains a solid bench cog when available, with his absence allowing Cam Reddish to take on a significant increase in offensive duties. Check back for an update on when either member of the duo will be able to clear protocols.
Atlanta Hawks guard Trae Young (shin) and guard Kevin Huerter (ankle), both listed as probable, are available for Thursday's game against the Wizards. Bogdan Bogdanovic (ankle) and Lou Williams (ankle) will also play. There was little doubt that these four would be able to suit up, so it's not particularly surprising to see that they'll take the court for a favorable matchup with Washington. Young is the center of the Hawks universe and should be treated as a must-start option whenever healthy. Bogdanovic, Huerter, and Williams have each played lesser roles to start the season- and are lukewarm options for fantasy purposes.