Is Zion Williamson done for the season? Done with college hoops?

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  • If his knee allows it, he'll be back this season.

    30 76.92%
  • Even if his knee allows, he's going to sit out the rest of the season.

    3 7.69%
  • He's done with college ball. On to the NBA draft.

    6 15.38%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Parker View Post
    No jinx intended here.
    Stop it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumper_Dad View Post
    He is such a freak...my goodness.

    Duke just won the title last night, it doesn't matter what happens in the ACC. Everyone will be so starstruck playing him that he will punish teams in the NCAA tourney.
    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Parker View Post
    I just don't see Duke losing with Zion playing. They're at a different level from everyone else.
    But yet they have lost when he has played. They also have had some really close games that came down to last shots when he has played. They are by far the most talented team in the country much like the 2010 UK team. However, they also have the same problem as that 2010 team and that is consistent 3 point shooting.

    If Duke is hitting the outside shot at even just a decent amount, they won't lose. If they have a very poor night shooting from the outside like they have had quite a few times this year. Then against a good team in the NCAA tournament, they definitely could lose. It will come down to their ability to shoot. No team has a shot if they shoot well in the tournament.

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    Quote Originally Posted by futurecoach View Post
    But yet they have lost when he has played. They also have had some really close games that came down to last shots when he has played. They are by far the most talented team in the country much like the 2010 UK team. However, they also have the same problem as that 2010 team and that is consistent 3 point shooting.

    If Duke is hitting the outside shot at even just a decent amount, they won't lose. If they have a very poor night shooting from the outside like they have had quite a few times this year. Then against a good team in the NCAA tournament, they definitely could lose. It will come down to their ability to shoot. No team has a shot if they shoot well in the tournament.
    They've lost one game when at full strength & that was in November.

    I don't disagree that they are a bad shooting game from being beatable. I just don't think anyone will beat them, unless there's an injury to one of their top players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDeuce View Post
    You all are trying your darndest to jinx Zion and the Dukies. It's hilarious to watch.
    I'm being serious, he's a freak. I don't see them gettin beat. I wish I had jinx power...

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    UK fan here and not a Duke hater. I love college basketball.

    29 points-13 of 13 from the field, 14 rebounds, 5 steals and 1 block on his return to the lineup. "I come ready to kill every game." How can you NOT be a fan of this kid no matter what team he plays for?

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    I knew Duke would win a nail-biter.

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