The All-American can’t wait to get to Duke, along with getting his NYC playground props when he hits Dyckman Park in the future.
With his high school career in the books, future Duke Blue Devil Zion Williamsonis now looking ahead.
The senior is enjoying his end-of-season run through the elite all-star circuit, though a thumb injury suffered in the McDonald’s All-American Game will keep him on the sidelines for the equally prestigious Jordan Brand Classic and Nike Hoop Summit events in Brooklyn and Portland respectively.
We caught up with the sensational 6-foot-7 guard/forward from South Carolina, whose YouTube highlights make you believe that your eyes have the capacity to lie.
On Saturday at the Brooklyn Nets practice facility, we kicked the ballistics as the Jordan Brand All-Americans worked out and scrimmaged in preparation for the event’s 5:00 PM tip-off at Barclays Center on Sunday.
Among the many topics he touched on, he spoke about what he’s looking forward to at Duke next year, the playground legends he heard about growing up, his phenomenal Blue Devils freshman recruiting class and how he can’t wait to play ball in New York City’s most lit playground venue one day soon.