Zion Williamson will miss Tuesday's game against the Memphis Grizzlies with a right foot contusion.
New Orleans Pelicans head coach Willie Green announced the news Tuesday afternoon.
The injury is to the same foot that required surgery in 2021 and caused Williamson to miss all of last season. Green isn't concerned about this injury being a long-term issue, telling reporters that "everything came back fine" and that Williamson's considered day-to-day. Green didn't rule out Williamson returning on Wednesday against the Chicago Bulls.
"There is definitely some hope, but we'll see how he feels after tonight," Green said.
Williamson sustained the injury late in Saturday's win over the Houston Rockets.
A look at play where Zion hurt his foot with 10:57 left in that game against the Rockets.— Andrew Lopez (@_Andrew_Lopez) November 15, 2022
He steps on Garuba's foot and Zion's right foot rolls.
Willie Green says it is a right foot contusion and Zion should be day-to-day. pic.twitter.com/ArusSLwdyC
After missing last season, Williamson has largely returned to form in 2022. Through 11 games, he's averaged 23.5 points, 6.4 rebounds, 3.9 assists and 1.1 steals while shooting 56.6% from the field.