Zion looking fat again.
Injured New Orleans Pelicans star Zion Williamson has been sighted at his team’s game against the Houston Rockets.
Houston journalist Steve Helwick posted a now deleted image on social media of the former No. 1 Pick dressed in casual clothes in attendance of the Toyoto Centre clash.
RARE ZION SIGHTING EMERGES
See the now deleted post below:
The journalist who posted then deleted explained why he removed the tweet:
I deleted the Zion Williamson tweet. Too many nasty comments, quote tweets, and by it staying up, I was contributing to the problem. Couldn't bear it anymore.
At the end of the day he's only 21 years old. Wish him the best as he returns from his foot injury. Bright career ahead.
— Steve Helwick (@s_helwick) December 6, 2021
Of course the internet already ran with the Zion pic:
Zion Thicker than a Snicker 🤭 pic.twitter.com/B493GHHxTf
— SideAction (@SideActionHQ) December 6, 2021
Zion Williamson. pic.twitter.com/CcpLv7DEC6
— Turnover Brasil (@BrasilTurnover) December 6, 2021
Zion Williamson is THICC holyyy shit pic.twitter.com/6b3rHrPsCN
— 𝕷𝖞𝖑𝖊 ⁉️ (@WardellPlsWin) December 6, 2021
Before the injury and after. Zion Williamson was viral last night for a lot of people paying attention to his weight. Earlier this NBA season a report said Zion was close to 300 pounds. pic.twitter.com/q8w72fGXdG
— Blaze Review (@blazereviewinc) December 6, 2021
“Zion Williamson, left tackle, Duke University” https://t.co/8Si17qLLsW
— Parker Fleming (@PAKA_FLOCKA) December 6, 2021
A foot injury that he had surgically repaired has sidelined Williamson all season, with the Pelicans hoping he can return to practice this week.
He’ll have to play himself back into shape.
A man that large needs tons of cardio to stay lean.
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