David Griffin, Executive Vice President of New Orleans Pelican Basketball, said newcomer Zion Williamson has given great comfort to the franchise by showing that the organization is in good hands.
Williamson is not only a force in the Pelican Court, but General Choice No. 1 has already shown that he will do well in court.
When you see that it starts with a 19-year-old, it is very reassuring for the future of this franchise that it is in good hands from the perspective of a player, said David Griffin, according to Oleg Kosele of SB Nation.
Williamson has promised to pay all employees of the Smoothie King Center within the next 30 days because the NBA closes the game because of the coronavirus.
The 19-year-old attacker was hoisted in the right direction, as his quick action shows. The Pelicans were lucky to replace Anthony Davis with Zion as the new face of the franchise.
When the season resumes the pelicans have work to do if they want to reach a place in the play-offs. They’re looking outside now.
On average, Zion receives 58.9% of the field, 46.2% behind the bow and 64.5% with the free throw line 23.6 points, 6.8 rebounds and 2.2 assists.
Zion Williamson started his NBA career with a knife and scared a lot of pelican fans. Since his debut, however, he has proven that he can dominate the NBA for the next ten years if he remains healthy.
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