High school basketball star Zion Williamson threw down another jaw-dropping dunk
Zion Williamson may only be a junior in high school, but he’s becoming somewhat of a phenom on these internet streets. The Spartanburg Day (S.C.) forward is the No. 2 prospect in the nation and has an amazing arsenal of extravagant dunks.
Williamson recently unleashed another gem during a recent game against Shannon Forest. With a fast break at his disposal, the 6-foot-6 forward threw down an absolutely nasty 360 windmill jam that sent the crowd into a frenzy.
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Sure, it wasn’t exactly the most commendable defensive effort, but I can’t blame the Shannon Forest player for not wanting to step in the path of Williamson. That sure seems like an easy way to end up on a poster and be taunted for the rest of time.
It also seems pretty indicative of the defense that Shannon Forest played for the rest of the game as well, as Spartanburg Day won by a final score of 94-32. Williamson had 31 points and eight dunks.