Duke star Zion Williamson declares for the National Basketball Association draft

Zion Williamson entering NBA draft after 1 year at Duke

Duke’s Zion Williamson Announces His NBA Draft Decision

He was the third freshman to win the John R. Wooden Award, while also AP Player of the Year, the Naismith Award and the Karl Malone Award as the nation's top power forward. On Monday afternoon, Zion Williamson making his decision official via an Instagram post.

"I don't think I can put it into words how special this year was", Williamson said, in addition to thanking his family, coach Mike Krzyzewski and the rest of Duke.

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While Williamson is expected to be taken with the No. 1 overall pick, he doesn't know where he'll be playing next season.

Williamson missed five games during the season with a knee injury after his shoe broke during Duke's highly-anticipated game against rival North Carolina on February 20. Barrett and Cam Reddish in the NBA Draft, as the fourth freshman, Tre Jones, announced that he will be returning to Duke for his sophomore season.

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The world finds out where Williamson will very likely start his National Basketball Association career on May 14 for the NBA's Draft Lottery.

Now, all that needs to be determined is who exactly will be picking first overall.

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With the qualifier of 22 points and eight rebounds per game as a freshman while being a first-round NBA Draft prospect, Williamson joins Beasley, Carmelo Anthony and Kevin Durant.

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