Consider Jerry West a fan of Zion Williamson. The NBA Hall of Famer and Los Angeles’ Clippers advisor said over the Dan Patrick Show on Thursday that passing within the Duke superstar with the most notable overall pick will be a serious mistake. Andrew Perloff in the Dan Patrick Show. Williamson, 18, is basically expected to function as top overall selection and is definitely the top talent within the draft by most draft pundits. The Athletic’s Sam Vecenie had Williamson atop his big board in early April. And B/R’s Jonathan Wasserman, CBS Sports’ Gary Parrish, USA Today’s Jeff Zillgitt of and SI.com’s Jeremy Woo had Williamson off of the board first within their mock drafts. Frankly, it’s difficult to find a mock draft it doesn’t have Williamson going No. 1 overall, and once and for all reason. Williamson averaged 22.6 points, 8.9 rebounds, 2.1 steals, 2.1 assists and 1.8 blocks per game in his lone season at Duke, shooting an unbelievable 68 percent from your field. He had not been only dominant, but additionally as exciting to view as any player in the united kingdom, given his mix of size and rare explosiveness. Within an era of Instagram highlights, Williamson was the king of going viral with an individual dunk. Few players enter the NBA following a more dominant season or with an increase of marketability, ostensibly making him a straightforward selection for whichever team wins the NBA draft lottery. Needless to say, teams overthink draft selections regularly, so it is possible a business could talk itself beyond Williamson.
Punk sidestepped Reigns’ spear and he hit Ambrose in error, allowing Punk to pin Ambrose to the win.
Johnny Fandango(w/ Summer Rae) d. Dolph Ziggler. Summer distracted Ziggler as he was establishing a superplex, allowing Fandango to fight him off and finish while using guillotine legdrop. C.M. Punk d. The Shield(U.S. Punk sidestepped Reigns’ spear and he hit Ambrose in error, allowing Punk to pin Ambrose to the win. A.J. Lee(w/ Tamina Snuka) d. Natalya Neidhart to wthhold the Women’s Title by countering a Sharpshooter attempt with a little package. Big E Langston d. Damien Sandow with all the Big Ending to wthhold the Intercontinental Title. The Rhodes Brothers(Cody & Goldust) won a four-way dance with all the Big Show & Rey Misterio Jr., THE TRUE Americans(Antonio Cesaro & Jack Swagger)(w/ Zeb Colter), and Ryback & Curtis Axel to wthhold the Tag Team Titles. Goldust rolled up Ryback for the initial elimination, Show pinned Cesaro following the PUNCH for the next fall, and Cody pinned Rey following the Crossrhodes for any win.
Ron Killings(w/ Xavier Woods) d. Brodus Clay(w/ Lord Tensai & Funkadactyls); Tensai along with the Funkadactyls argued with Brodus and walked from him, resulting in R-Truth obtaining the rollup pin. Kofi Kingston d. Mike Mizanin in the no-DQ match after kicking him into an exposed turnbuckle and following up with Trouble In Paradise. The Wyatt Family(Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper, & Erick Rowan) d. Daniel Bryan in the handicap match when Bray got the pin following the Sister Abigail. WWE Champion Randy Orton d. World Champion John Cena in a very TLC Match to unify the titles. Posted by Patrick Brandmeyer at 7:50 PM No comments: Email ThisBlogThis! Commentators: Tom Phillips & Alex Riley. Kaitlyn Bonin d. Aksana Raudoniene following the spear. Los Matadores(Fernando & Diego)(w/ El Torito) d. Drew McIntyre & Jinder Mahal when Diego pinned Drew following the double torture-rack drop. Commentators: Kevin Kelly & Steve Corino. Silas Young d. Tadarius Thomas having a turnbuckle headstand right into a ropeflip moonsault. Heavyweight Champion Adam Cole d. A.C.H.(non-title) via figure-four leglock. DRagon(Kyle O’Reilly & Bobby Fish) d.
The C&C Wrestle Factory(Caprice Coleman & Cedric Alexander) to wthhold the Tag Team Titles when O’Reilly pinned Coleman following the Chasing The Dragon(brainbuster/head kick combo). Gary Jackson d. THE BEST Texan within a career-vs.-mask match. Waco arrived to ringside through the bout and attemptedto interfere after referee Jim Harris was knocked down. However, his attempted loaded-mask headbutt from the very best rope hit Texan in error as Gary moved taken care of. Jackson threw Waco from the ring and headbutted Texan towards the mat, then dropped an elbow to the win as referee Harris recovered to help make the three-count. Texan finally removed hjs mask and shook Gary’s hand. Flashback to June 1982: Rufus R. Jones, Dewey Robertson, & Mike George d. Roger Kirby, Jerry Brown, & David Price when Rufus pinned Price following the headbutt. Commentators: Bret Wolverton & Andrew Pendleton III. Clips: Todd Sexton(w/ Joey Rhymer) vs. B.J. Hancock(w/ Miss Rachel) ended in a no-contest; Rhymer was scheduled to handle B.J., but he suffered an ankle injury at Fright Night and Todd wanted to take his place.
Anthony Henry distracted the referee as Todd caught B.J. Todd along with it himself. Ladies and gentlemen, we’ve a heel turn! Henry, Hancock, and Rhymer triple-teamed Sexton until Stryknyn and Steven Walters ran them off. Clips: Dango Wynn won a wrestle royal for a go in the Young Lions’ Title, last eliminating Ali M. Shabazz by pinfall following a Death Valley Driver. Other participants: Wade Adams, Brandon Parker, Alex Avgerinos, & The Vandal. Tag Team Champions The Urban Assault Squad(Shadow Jackson & Nemesis) said there is no competition and wouldn’t be defending their titles. Iceberg & Slim J d. Alabama Attitude(Mike Posey & Corey Hollis) when Slim J rolled up Hollis. Posey didn’t approve. Posted by Patrick Brandmeyer at 12:25 PM No comments: Email ThisBlogThis! Posted by Patrick Brandmeyer at 11:25 PM No comments: Email ThisBlogThis! Dave Vaughn(w/ Travis Cook) d. Jake Parnell following the spear. Prior to the bout, Travis complained about his protege being stuck inside the opening match and badmouthed him for “not obtaining the job done” against Jake Dirden last month.