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New Photos of Zion Williamson With Fans Seems to Debunk Rumor He’s 330 Pounds

Zion’s weight has been a huge topic of conversation lately.

There have been reports that he’s around 330 pounds and also reports that the Pelicans are worried about when he’ll actually play.

ESPN’s Tim MacMahon reported that Williamson, working his way back from a surgical repaired fractured foot, weighs 330 pounds.

“The number I’ve heard from several places on Zion is 70 pounds higher than 260. I’ll let you do the math on that,” MacMahon said on “The Lowe Post” podcast Tuesday.

The Pelicans’ official roster lists his weight at 284 pounds.

Williamson, who recently suffered a slight setback in his return to full team activities, has yet to play a game this season.

Wednesday, an apparent friend of Williamson’s shared a photo of the Jordan-brand athlete at a visit to a youth basketball event, and called the buzz about his weight “fake news.”

The Duke product was scheduled to practice with the Pelicans Dec. 2, but reportedly experienced foot soreness, pushing back his recovery. There is no timetable for his return with the Pelicans are sitting at 7-19.

Even before he entered the NBA, Williamson’s weight was a topic of discussion. Some critics questioned if he’d be able to handle an 82-game season due to his size, especially being a dunk-heavy player.

Pics and videos have been shown that make him look bigger than what the Pels want.

Now, a pic has been shown of what he looks like now, and he looks like he’s in pretty good shape. A fan shared the pic on Twitter who says he and his son ran into the Pels star.

Twitter doesn’t know whether to believe the pic or not, but the fan doesn’t seem to have a reason to lie. As IG models have shown us over the years, it is all about the angles and the filters.

Flip the pages for the new photos.

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