ATLANTA Boredom and junk food.
That is what Hawks guard Lou Williams said have filled his days since tearing his ACL two weeks ago to the day.
Very boring, very boring, Williams said. Just rehabbing, icing, rehab, icing, junk food, icing rehab, icing.
He said he had eaten at Zaxbys four times this week and expected to make it a fifth after speaking with reporters around lunch time.
You know, thats one of the things Im kind of enjoying right now before the surgery, he said. Ive been able to eat whatever it is I want. Afterwards, I need to lock back in and get my diet together.
Williams, whom the Hawks signed as a free agent to a multi-year deal in the offseason, was speaking for the first time on Friday since he injured himself in a game at Brooklyn. Williams, 26, was the teams third-leading scorer at 14.1 points per game and also had earned the role as one of the teams go-to shooter in late-game situations.
He also had begun to take on a leadership role with the team, as he h...