NBA superstar rookie Zion Williamson missed 45 games to start the season due to a torn right lateral meniscus.

His recovery saw the Pelicans reworking how Williamson moved, improving his flexibility, changing the way he landed on jumps, even changing his walk in an effort to reduce the chance of future injury.

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That recovery work continued at the Pelicans practice facility during the league shut down, reports Christian Clark at the Times-Picayune.

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