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Joe Boozell | NCAA.com | March 29, 2019

The Zion Williamson dunk report: Tracking the Duke freshman's best dunks this season

These are the best dunks from Wednesday's First Four

Duke freshman Zion Williamson has taken college basketball by storm this season. We've never seen an athlete quite like him. Williamson's combination of size and explosiveness is mesmerizing to watch.

And after missing three weeks with a knee injury, he's finally back.

We'll be tracking his best dunks all year long. Here are some of Williamson's best slams to date.

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The best of the best:

Someone must have turned the gravity off for this Sweet 16 jam against Virginia Tech.

Zion made his NCAA tournament debut a thunderous one, following up his own miss with this put back:

And then this Zion power dunk: And, here's one more Zion muscled up on in his memorable performance:

Zion's return to the court in the ACC tournament did not disappoint. There was the patented scoop and slam:

And the RJ Barrett to Zion lob:

Zion's dunks don't just look cool, they sound cool too.

It doesn't matter how many defenders try to stop Williamson. It won't happen. 

Williamson in the open floor is.... dangerous. Here's a 360-dunk he threw down against Clemson:

Williamson made his Madison Square Garden debut against Texas Tech on December 20 — and didn't waste much time in throwing down a huge dunk.

Williamson gets a head of steam in the open floor against San Diego State and throws down a nasty windmill:

Duke played Eastern Michigan and Williamson had quite the day:

 

Williamson breaks free for a windmill against Indiana, his fourth dunk of the night:

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Williamson gets serious hangtime off of a Kentucky turnover at the Champions Classic:

Williamson skies for the alley-oop against Indiana: