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Another Amazing Dunk by Zion Williamson

© Jeff Blake | USTSI

© Jeff Blake | USTSI

The second-ranked junior in America is pretty good at dunking.

Like many Kentucky recruits, we like to share their highlights from time-to-time.  Williamson’s dunks have reached rarified air.  He’s only a junior, but he’s doing stuff almost every game that deserves its own post. Last night, he did it again.

After failing an attempt to flush a 360-degree windmill on Friday, he pulled it off last night.

There’s a much better view about 40 seconds into this video.

Williamson had 31 points and 11 rebounds. He is considering North Carolina, Duke, Clemson and Kentucky among others.

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

7 Comments for Another Amazing Dunk by Zion Williamson

  1. straightcashhomie
    10:07 am February 14, 2017 Permalink

    Por que no offer from the Cayuts? Everytime we do this something usually smells around recruitment

  2. bigaa69
    10:08 am February 14, 2017 Permalink

    Great!!! He can dunk…. I would be more impressed with a baby hook off the glass, elbow jumper, or the short corner shot made regularly…. We get insane athletes that are lacking in fundamentals..

    • catsarerunnin
      11:52 am February 14, 2017 Permalink

      Right! Make sure every possible recruit can do things that are unexplosive and unexciting!!!

    • UK Big Board Update
      3:42 pm February 14, 2017 Permalink

      Well he went for 42 not too long ago, and shot 18-20 from the floor, which included several threes.

  3. bigaa69
    12:10 pm February 14, 2017 Permalink

    Evidently catscantshootorplaydefense you are missing the point. Insane athletes = explosive and exciting plays. The plays that win the game are the fundamental mid-range jumper, post move, and knowing man to man principles when defending. That is what would be impressive. Unfortunately this isn’t being taught or emphasized in the AAU world. Too many coaches roll the ball out and just let the athletes run and gun. My experience is that the AAU world is lacking in the teaching of the skills needed outside of the explosive “I am just going to out athlete you.”

    • catsarerunnin
      12:27 pm February 14, 2017 Permalink

      Well if your comment was meant for me,you missed the point. I was being sarcastic. With that being said I do find it amusing when videos are posted of recruits or possible recruits dunking, there are those who post things questioning the overall ability of the player. Dunking is exciting but I guess it would be more beneficial to show videos of the player playing zone defense. Or a montage of passing and dribbling. That way all the experts could accurately predict the success or failure of every player.

    • UK Big Board Update
      3:43 pm February 14, 2017 Permalink

      bigaa69 is obviously heavily involved in the AAU circuit. Probably goes to every major tournament around the country. /s