C.J. Watson Undergoes Foot Treatment
Chicago Bulls guard C.J. Watson was “doing well” after procedures on both of his feet Thursday morning, according to his publicist.
Watson had been battling plantar fasciitis all season, and it grew progressively worse toward the end of the season.
The procedure was a high energy shockwave that did not require an incision.
After averaging 23.6 minutes during the regular season, Watson’s average went up to 27.5 in the playoffs afterDerrick Rose tore his ACL.