Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Heels coach Williams has shoulder surgery

North Carolina coach Roy Williams will be wearing a sling on his left arm for the next four weeks after undergoing surgery Tuesday to repair a torn labrum in his shoulder, the school announced.

He suffered the injury in early October when he slipped on a wet step at a golf course during a charity event.

The surgery lasted 90 minutes, Williams returned home later in the day, and he expects to return to work later this week. He should be on the bench Sunday when the 11th-ranked Tar Heels play Nevada, according to the news release.

The rehabilitation on his shoulder is expected to last several months.

-- Robbi Pickeral


Anonymous said...

Observations from under the scalpel? Great journalism as always from the Observer, what color was his stool?

Anonymous said...

Why Carolina Blue of course! You ahole.

Anonymous said...

Well it could be dark blue dukeie

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Sunil said...

Your shoulder is one of the most important joints in your entire body. If you have some sort of shoulder surgery and are unable to move it you will immediately realize just how often you use your shoulder muscles for every day tasks.