Everyone expected Zion Williamson to perform brilliantly, and he did exactly that. During the match against the Clippers, Zion was seen ripping a ball from James Harden and it remains one of the major highlights of this season now. The Clippers are already struggling in the tournament despite having great talents.
Zion Williamson rips the ball from James Harden, scores, and stares him down 😤
— ClutchPoints (@ClutchPoints) November 25, 2023
Zion scored 32 points and led his team to win. The Pelicans defeated the Clippers 116-106, with Brandon Ingram making a huge contribution by scoring 30 points. Zion and Brandon combined for 62 points, making sure that their team won. On the other side, Clipper’s Paul George displayed a great effort and scored 34 points but that was not enough. Once again, the Clippers did not look like a good team, even though they had mad talents.
Zion Williamson steals the ball from James Harden
When the score was 112-106 and James had the ball in his hand, Zion just stole it from James. It looked very effortless and impressive at the same time. That was an intense moment in the match, and what made it even more memorable was Zion’s stare at Harden afterward.
Well, this is not the first time that Zion has displayed such steals. Back in 2020, Zion Williamson did the same to Giannis Antetokounmpo, James Harden is way easier. Things are not going well for Harden; he had a very average season til now, which is quite disappointing for the fans.
The Clippers need to figure out the problem, as they are not looking that good on the court. Even though the team is star-studded, the lack of coordination among its members has been quite evident. James Harden trade drama made a lot of buzz and it ended just a few days before the start of the season fans were quite excited to see him play for the Clippers but he disappointed all of us. Right from the start, he hasn’t been looking at his best; it’s high time for him to get in the zone. On the other hand, Zion Williamson has been doing well for his team and is one of the key players for the Pelicans, it will be interesting to see him play in further matches.