In a week that has made Knicks fans feel hopeless, Zion Williamson continues to show that the tanking efforts better work out in their favor.
The Duke freshman dominated St. John's on Saturday in a 91-61 rout, scoring 29 points on 13 of 17 shooting and also added six rebounds, five steals and two blocks in the victory.
No Williamson performance is complete without some of those impressive numbers coming on highlight reel-worthy plays.
With just under seven minutes left in the first half and Duke up by four, Williamson swiped the ball and charged down court on a fastbreak to deliver an authoritative one-handed dunk.
Williamson was not all power, though. He has a finesse side to him as well and showed that off minutes later when he brought the ball up on a possession and drove to the basket, delivering a crossover move to beat the defender and finish with a layup.
Zion's got moves 👀 pic.twitter.com/IR9CJdeqgz- ESPN (@espn) February 2, 2019
If the Knicks do indeed land the No. 1 overall pick, perhaps things will start looking up.