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  • Williamson scored 31 points and tipped in his own miss to put the fifth-ranked Blue Devils ahead for good, and Duke survived a final-play shot to beat the third-ranked Tar Heels 74-73.

    Zion Williamson didn’t hesitate when he saw his shot for the lead coming off the rim late in a tense game with Duke’s fierce rival. He bounced right back up in traffic for the kind of play that only he can make with his athleticism and size.

  • "He's worked since [he was] 5 for this moment," she said. "To watch his hard work pay off...to watch this, we're so happy for him. We're so happy."

    When Zion Williamson was selected as the number one pick in the NBA draft, there was one person he knew deserved all the credit — his beloved mother.

  • Williamson had 21 points in Duke’s 73-63 victory over No. 12 Florida State on Saturday night in the championship game to complete his dominating three-game show. And with Williamson back and healthy, ...

    Zion Williamson remembers crying in his mother’s arms after suffering a knee sprain that would sideline him for nearly six full games and threaten fifth-ranked Duke’s title potential.

  • “Now is not the time to doubt yourself,” Winston said. “Now’s not the time to shy away from those big moments.”

    Cassius Winston missed an open jump shot but was right there for the rebound. Without hesitating, he stepped back and swished a 3-pointer.

  • His assault on the rims made him a favorite of college basketball fans, but his game is more than just dunks. Williamson averaged 22.6 points and 8.9 rebounds while shooting 68% from the field.

    Zion Williamson plays with force and ferocity, a Hulk in hightops who looks as though he’d never show a soft side.

  • Following an epic Elite Eight and a week of buildup, the Final Four is finally here.

  • A year ago, Virginia became the first No. 1 seed to lose to a No. 16 when UMBC took down the Cavaliers in the first round.

    Texas Tech shut down the nation’s most efficient offense to reach its first Final Four in 93 years as a program.

  • Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski “talks a lot about the basketball gods,” a happy Williamson said. “They had our backs today.”

    Williamson had 32 points and helped rally the Blue Devils from behind in the final minute for a 77-76 victory Sunday to reach the Sweet 16.

  • The Blue Devils opened as a 9-4 favorite to win it all.

    The clock is ticking. The rest of college basketball has three weeks to figure out how to stop Duke's freshman force of nature, Zion Williamson.

  • The 6-foot-7, 285-pound Williamson captivated all of college basketball with his freakish, once-in-a-generation athleticism, his energy at both ends of the floor and his omnipresent charisma.

    Zion Williamson is leaving Duke after one high-flying season to enter the NBA draft.

  • Williamson and No. 1 overall seed Duke moved into the Elite Eight by erasing a deficit and then holding on to edge No. 4-seeded Virginia Tech 75-73 on Friday night.

    There was nothing Zion Williamson could do but watch. Once again, Williamson and Duke were at the mercy of an opponent’s last-second shot at the rim. Once again, the Blue Devils and their phenomenal freshmen marched on in March Madness when the ball didn’t drop through.

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