Williamson, the high-flying prospect from Duke, is a virtual lock to be the first player off the board in June's NBA Draft.
There’s almost no way Zion Williamson returns to Duke. Yet, in theory, it’s still a possibility.
LeBron James praised Zion Williamson's "infectious" energy as the Duke star looks ahead to the NBA Draft.
“Every possession, it seemed like he could make a difference on the outcome of the game,” James said about Williamson.
The two big men, both rising seniors, will leave the door open to return to Duke should the draft process not work out.
Duke athletic department employee Nolan Elingburg and his wife recruited Zion Williamson to help with their gender reveal.
Duke athletic department employee Nolan Elingburg and his wife, Danielle, recruited Williamson to help with their Blue Devils-themed reveal.
The biggest name in college basketball – Zion Williamson – is entering the 2019 NBA Draft.
The decision comes one day after teammate and star forward RJ Barrett declared.
Zion Williamson, 18, became the eighth Duke player to win the Naismith Award, and just the third freshman ever.