Video: Zion Williamson Put On A Show Sunday Night vs the Kings

Zion Williamson was putting on a show on Sunday night which included handing out free posters. Williamson's 31 points led the New Orleans Pelicans to a 128-123 victory over the Sacramento Kings, but it was Zion's throw down that had everyone talking.

Pelicans head coach, Stan Van Gundy had this to say about Zion being Zion:

He finds his way to the rim regardless of the defense and he's a good finisher. He probably should shoot twice as many free throws as he does. He's not even getting calls and he's efficient

Along with his 31 points, Williamson chipped in with six rebounds and it was Steven Adams who sealed the game for the Pels with two clutch free throws with less than 20 seconds left in the game. Brandon Ingram also had 22 points, and Eric Bledsoe added 21 points.

For the Kings, De'Aaron Fox was a beast, scoring 43 points in a losing cause.  As per ESPN, Fox became the first player in the Kings' Sacramento era to have 40 or more points and 10-plus assists in one game. Nate ‘Tiny' Archibald was the last player in franchise history to accomplish that feat, doing it in 1973 when the team played in Kansas City and Omaha.

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