It was supposed to be a blowout when the Eastern Michigan Eagles traveled to Cameron Indoor to face the No. 1 Duke Blue Devils on Wednesday night.
And it was thanks to the team's leading scorer in Zion Williamson.
In just 20 minutes on the floor during Duke's 84-46 win, Williamson dropped 21 points on 10-of-12 shooting with nine rebounds (team high), two assists, and two blocks as well.
Oh, and he had this alley-oop finish from Cam Reddish, too.
Other than Williamson, R.J. Barrett -- who many expect to go first overall in 2019 -- finished with 20 points on 8-of-21 shooting. Reddish, who some draft experts see as a fit for the Knicks as well, didn't have his best game with just three points on 1-of-5 shooting, including four three-point attempts.
But Williamson is the one stealing the show over Duke's first three games of the season. After his performance tonight, his field goal percentage is at 82 percent (no that's not a typo), and he's tied with Barrett with 25 points per game. Williamson also averages the most rebounds on the team with 10.6 per game.
If the season ended today, the Knicks would be tied with the Bulls for the No. 4 slot in the NBA Draft lottery.