Zion Williamson Signs Everyone's Autographs Because Anthony Davis Doesn't
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Duke star Zion Williamson gave an interview in high school where he talked about signing autographs. He says he tries to sign everyone's, unlike players like Anthony Davis. Per New York Post...

“When I was little, I looked up to high school players and would want their autographs and sometimes I couldn’t get it, I’d be hurt. I said when I grew up, I don’t want to be like that. I want to be able to sign every kid’s autograph. No matter how long it takes me.

“I try to sign every kid’s autograph. I don’t want to turn a little kid down because I know it will hurt them because it hurt me. Anthony Davis, John Wall turned me down. So I try to sign everybody’s.”

Filed Under: NBA
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com


Regardless what this article means or doesn't mean the Pels need to unload Davis for a bunch of players and a bunch of draft picks. If they play this right they can build a championship caliber team. Zion is going to be a very good NBA player, but he can't do it by himself. This is a deep draft and a team can get some very good players in the second round.
Reply14 months
I agree with that but this draft is not deep. Top half is good and it falls off after that.
14 months
Now this is clickbait
Reply14 months
Seriously, that's not what he said. This is garbage fake news by usa today and you for posting it.
Reply14 months
LOLOLOLOL... Larry with the end of the month click quota!
Reply14 months
Not what he said and I think they covered that subject pretty good on AFR yesterday.
Reply14 months
Autographs are pretty stupid if you ask me.
Reply14 months
not to a kid dumbass
14 months
@RedTigerRulz “not to a dumbass kid”. FTFY
14 months
Oh look. A dumb fake click bait article. He didn’t even say what you are saying he said. Be better than that
Reply14 months
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