Ho-hum, Zion Williamson rattles rims again with an array of contest-worthy dunks

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The <a class="link rapid-noclick-resp" href="/ncaab/players/147096/" data-ylk="slk:Zion Williamson">Zion Williamson</a> show resumed in full force Tuesday as Duke hosted Indiana. (Getty)
The Zion Williamson show resumed in full force Tuesday as Duke hosted Indiana. (Getty)

So, does this ever get old?

It’s not even December, and Zion Williamson demanding attention for his dunking prowess is becoming routine.

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The guy arrived at Duke with astronomical, social-media driven, unattainable hype. Except he has attained it. And he’s approaching exceeding it before ACC play even starts.

More big dunks from Zion

Williamson put on another show Tuesday, this time against Indiana in front of the home crowd at Cameron Indoor Stadium.

The show started early with a two-on-five fast break against the Hoosiers.

Did he pass it?

Nah. He dunked it.


Notice the lack of desire for any of the potential five IU defenders to, well, defend.

Defense wasn’t an option for IU on this dunk late in the first half that wouldn’t have been made possible without the generous proceeds of Williamson’s own defensive prowess.


Not one to steal the spotlight — wait, who are we kidding — Williamson got point guard Tre Jones involved in the action for this second-half alley-oop in transition.


Williamson tallied 25 points, six rebounds, four assists, two steals and two blocks in the game.

The Blue Devils got a wake-up call in Maui against a talented, veteran Gonzaga squad.

But back home in a 90-69 win over the Hoosiers, they looked every part the juggernaut that’s struck fear into the heart of college basketball.

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