ESPN 22 Jan 2020

Woj: Pelicans aren't looking to trade players with Zion Williamson returning


Adrian Wojnarowski says the New Orleans Pelicans are not engaging teams in trade talks as they want to see what the team looks like with Zion Williamson. Woj says the Spurs are getting ready for a rebuild as they have a young team with DeMar DeRozan eyeing free agency. Woj finishes explaining why the Los Angeles Lakers will have trouble trading Kyle Kuzma.

Christine Williamson, Omar Raja and Ros Gold-Onwude play "Sorry to this Man," involving Zion Williamson ripping the ball away from Giannis Antetokounmpo, Austin Rivers stealing a triple-double from James Harden, Gary Harris dunking on Hassan Whiteside, Draymond Green dribbling from out of bounds, Bradley Beal telling Miles Bridges he can't guard him, Collin Sexton playing weird defense on Serge Ibaka, Fred VanVleet crossing over Tomas Satoransky, Harden getting posterized by Zion off a Lonzo Ball alley-oop, Damian Lillard going off vs. the Los Angeles Lakers, Khris Middleton dribbling Devin Booker to the ground (thanks to a trip), Jakob Poeltl forgetting his jersey, and the Memphis Grizzlies' feud with Andre Iguodala (with Steph Curry getting involved).
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Zion Williamson sits down with Rachel Nichols to talk all things about his rookie season including; what's surprised him the most about playing in the NBA, how his skills have translated to the pros, competing against his idols, how he's adjusting to the limelight at 19 years old, working his way back from injury, his Rookie of the Year campaign considering the Memphis Grizzlies' Ja Morant's electric season and the New Orleans Pelicans' chances of making the playoffs.
Zion Williamson dominates inside the paint scoring 25 points in the New Orleans Pelicans 128-115 win over the Portland Trail Blazers. Zion is the first rookie to record three straight games with 20 points in the paint over the last 20 seasons.
New Orleans Pelicans rookie Zion Williamson describes how honored he is to be the first player since Michael Jordan to achieve four consecutive games with at least 25 points while shooting 57% from the field. Zion also talks about his relationships with other NBA stars around the league and how he is focused on pushing the Pelicans to the playoffs.

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