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Report: Celtics’ Williams has artery condition in legs


Boston Celtics first round pick Robert Williams' NBA career has had a rocky start and a new report has not done much to clear the air. The condition, known as popliteal artery entrapment syndrome, or PAES, is most commonly found in athletes and can lead to "cramping and calf pain during exercise," says Johns Hopkins Medicine. According to the report, NBA teams, as well as Texas A&M, where Williams went to college, were all aware of the condition, which means the Celtics were comfortable enough with the diagnosis to select the center.

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