Zion Williamson continues to impress.
The Duke freshman threw down multiple big dunks in Duke's win over Indiana on Tuesday at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
Williamson’s first highlight-reel play came less than three minutes into the game. He dribbled down the right sideline, crossed up Indiana forward Justin Smith and finished with his left hand.
Williamson followed with a steal and an uncontested windmill jam with 4:18 remaining in the period.
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“I tipped it and when I saw the ball bouncing, I knew I was going to get it," Williamson said about the dunk. "All I did was take a quick look back and they just stopped running. So, I said, ‘you know, I’m going to give all the (Cameron) Crazies a little something to cheer for."
Zion on his all-by-himself dunk ... pic.twitter.com/PurgRQpEUT
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The forward also denied fellow freshman Romeo Langford of a layup early in the second half.
He then delivered an alley-oop slam off a pass from Tre Jones as Duke continued to pull away.
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He's just that good.pic.twitter.com/znTJnjnD1J
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Williamson finished the game with 25 points on 11-of-15 shooting. Duke came away with a 90-69 victory.