Zion Williamson was 18 and 12 and the duke won 84-54 Wednesday night, which would have been impressive if they had not played the Hartford Hawks (apparently a true college basketball team and not, like, a D-League franchise) . As usual, they were powerful mashed by the Blue Devils freshmen, like this dead end from Williamson to R.J. Barrett.
But much more extraordinary than any beating of bones was a couple of crap by Williamson when he climbed over the edge. The first dunk came when he tried to take it home after a passing of Alex O & # 39; Connell, and ended up getting killed.
At the time of follow-up, this in the second part, Williamson went round and then played on the safe side and used both hands for the attempt. However, he had no luck, as the ball refused to come down.
"I do not know what was happening to me," Williamson said. "I've never felt crushed like that, not even jokes, it gets very frustrating, but I can not play for myself."
It could be frustrating for Williamson, but for me it's very reassuring. This sign of weakness shows that the eventual rise of Williamson to a world throne as the god-king of humanity is simply a probability, not an inevitability.