Monday college roundup: Williamson going to the NBA

DURHAM, N.C. – Zion Williamson is leaving Duke after a high flying season to enter the NBA draft.

It is widely predicted to be the overall overall pick in the June draft, the national AP player announced the year on Monday.

The 6-foot-7, 285-pound, hidden college basketball added his freakish athletics, one-in-generation, energy at both sides of the floor and unexpected charisma.

The Atlantic Coast Conference player and the average rookie of the year were 22.6 points – tied to the league commander with RJ Barrett – and 8.9 staff. Also, he had a face on college basketball this season, and is regularly coming up with at least one play or stop-stop dunk per game.

There was no wonder at his decision to progress. In fact, he spent the season at NBA chatter greeting with a playful wink and a nod I know.

He said he would be a “dope” to play with the New York Knicks hypothetical team with Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant. When he learned that LeBron James and Stephen Curry were talking about it during the All-Star weekend, he replied that he is “looking forward to competing with him in his face next year. ”

During his individual college season, he helped the Blue Devils ranking No. Earn 1 in the Top 25 AP final and the best overall seed in the NCAA competition. The State of Michigan ended with the Duke in the East Regional final.

Now that he is in charge of the NBA, one of the main points to follow is the sneaker company that will give its endorsement.

In one of the season's signed moments, Williamson blew his left Nike shoe – the 2.5 PG, a Oklahoma City star shoe Paul George – and violated his right generation in a moment's moment what became a lopsided home loss to rival Carolina North.

The impact was immediate. Nike's stock price took the following day and the shoe company sent a representative team to the campus to inquire. When Williamson returned about three weeks later for the ACC contest, he wore a pair of modified size 15-Nikes from Irving's signed line, Boston Celtics All-Star and one former player at Duke.

Williamson enters Cam Reddish and Barrett as the colleagues went to the benefits after one season. The guy of Tre Jones said he would return to school for his sophomore year.

GONZAGA: Rui Hachimura forwarded for the NBA draft.

Gonzaga originally led this season 6-foot-8 in Japan and scored 19.7 points in the game shooting 59 per cent from the pitch. It was also named West Coast conferencing player of the year.

VIRGINIA: The Garda Síochána will bring up its eligibility year to make it available to the draft NBA.

Jerome said he made the decision after speaking to his family and the coaches of Virginia.


ST. 15 JOSEPH, UM-FARMINGTON 3: Logan Champlin and Kara Kelly scored three goals for the Monks (9-6) to lead over the Beavers (5-8) at Farmington.

It was scored by Lydia Dexter, Kayla Kelly and Emily Ryan, and Madelyn Nelson five saved St. Joseph.

Kaya Backman, Samantha Cross and Isabella Monbouquette received a score for Farmington.



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