Corliss Williamson announced on Tuesday that he is retiring from the NBA.
Corliss Williamson is listed as day-to-day because of his heel injury, but he's thinking of packing it in for the year.
Corliss Williamson sat out Tuesday with a heel injury.
Corliss Williamson returned from a heel injury on Friday.
Corliss Williamson (heel) did not travel with the team for Wednesday night's game at Denver.
Corliss Williamson missed his second straight game for the Kings with a sore right heel.
Corliss Williamson (sore right heel) did not play on Sunday.
Corliss Williamson (12 points, two rebounds) played for 23 minutes off the bench on Thursday.
Corliss Williamson started at power forward on Wednesday in the absence of Brad Miller (plantar fasciitis) and had 17 points and 10 boards in a loss to the Timberwolves.
Corliss Williamson came alive on Thursday, scoring 21 points with a steal and a block in a loss to the Spurs.
Corliss Williamson helped make up for the loss of Brad Miller and Kenny Thomas for the Kings, going for 20 points and 11 boards on 8-of-14 shooting in a loss to the Sonics on Sunday.
Corliss Williamson had 20 points and two rebounds in Saturday's loss to the Mavericks.
Corliss Williamson led Sacramento with 17 points off the bench Saturday night against Detroit in 29 minutes.
Corliss Williamson came off the bench with a season-high 30 points and 12 rebounds on 11-for-19 shooting in Saturday's overtime loss to the Rockets.