Price per Head Sportsbooks: Williams plans to return against the Knicks

Deron WilliamsDeron Williams said that on Monday he plans to make his return from injury when the Brooklyn Nets take on the New York Knicks, and price per head sportsbooks can’t wait to see how he performs in this game.

The point guard missed the last five games since he got platelet-rich plasma injections and cortisone shots in both of his ankles. Pay per head services learned that on Sunday, he practiced with hopes of returning at Madison Square Garden against the Knicks.

“That’s the plan,” Williams said.

Coach Jason Kidd said that the player will be a game-time decision and that the Nets want to first see how he feels the morning after practice.

Price per head sportsbooks know that Williams did not play since January 4 against the Cleveland Cavaliers, and this season he missed 16 games due to ankle injuries.

The Nets were able to win six of their last seven games, and pay per head services saw that during that stretch they went 4-1 without Williams. The point guard’s return should give the Nets a boost in the offense. This season, Williams has an average of 13.6 points and 6.9 assists.

“It’ll be great, another guy who can really put pressure on the defense and make plays and help us out,” Joe Johnson said. “Right now, we’re really battling with one point guard, Shaun Livingston. If we get Deron back, that’ll really mean a lot.”

Last season, Williams underwent a PRP injection and three sets of cortisone shots due to inflammation in both ankles. Price per head sportsbooks saw that after resting for a week, the player had an average of 22.9 points and 8.0 assists in his last 28 games.

“It took me a while last year,” Williams said when asked if he feels rejuvenated like last year.

“It wasn’t like it happened overnight. It was a little process but you know I’ll only know until I go out there.”

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“Today, we didn’t do much in practice for me to even tell,” Williams added. “We didn’t go up and down or anything so mentally it was just another workout