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).
Jorge Sedano, Brian Windhorst and Matt Barnes discuss the biggest area of improvement for New Orleans Pelicans rookie Zion Williamson, with Windhorst discussing the potential for him to become a "devastating" passer. They then (2:35) discuss whether Houston Rockets guard Russell Westbrook is picking up too many technical fouls, after his ejection vs. the Golden State Warriors.
#TheJump #NBA #Sports Zion Williamson analyzes his new career high of 32 points against the Oklahoma City Thunder, and admits he is still adjusting to the New Orleans Pelicans' offensive schemes after completing his 10th NBA game.
#NBA #Pelicans #Zion 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. Mike Greenberg admits he was wrong about New Orleans Pelicans rookie Zion Williamson not being able to dominate in the NBA, saying Zion has been better than advertised. Tim Legler then (1:41) joins Greenberg to explain why Zion is still his prediction to win 2019-20 Rookie of the Year over Memphis Grizzlies guard Ja Morant.