The third person in history after the quasi-champion won the John Wooden Award and won the KD eyebrow

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 The third person in history after the quasi-champion won the John Wooden Award and won the KD eyebrow


Williamson has shocked the United States this season, averaging 22.6 points and 8.9 rebounds per game, with a shooting percentage of 68%, ranking second in the United States. In addition, he can also send 2.12 steals and 1.79 blocks per game, both of which rank No. 1 in the division. After entering the championship, Williamson averaged 26 points per game, setting a record for freshmen in NCAA Championships (at least three games). Under Williamsons leadership, Duke University eventually reached the top eight.

With his outstanding performance, Williamson has also won various honors. Earlier this month, Williamson won the Associated Press Player of the Year Award and Naismith Player of the Year Award. Now Williamson has won the John Wooden Prize again. The John Wooden Award began in 1976 and was named after John Wooden, the former commander-in-chief of the University of California, Los Angeles. The John Wooden Award is awarded annually to the most outstanding college basketball players in the United States. In addition to the above awards, Williamson also won the Carl Marlon Award (the best power forward of the year). Williamsons Duke teammate RJ Barrett won the Jerry West Award (the best scoring guard of the year). Morant, a sophomore from Murray State University, won the Bob Coosey Award for best point guard of the year. Isan Harp from the University of Wisconsin won the Jabbar Award for Best Center of the Year. Bamura, a Japanese player from the University of Gonzaga, won the Julius-Owen Award (Young Forward of the Year). Source: Netease Sports Author: Salhu Responsible Editor: Ouyang Shun_NS4899

With his outstanding performance, Williamson has also won various honors. Earlier this month, Williamson won the Associated Press Player of the Year Award and Naismith Player of the Year Award. Now Williamson has won the John Wooden Prize again.

The John Wooden Award began in 1976 and was named after John Wooden, the former commander-in-chief of the University of California, Los Angeles. The John Wooden Award is awarded annually to the most outstanding college basketball players in the United States.

In addition to the above awards, Williamson also won the Carl Marlon Award (the best power forward of the year). Williamsons Duke teammate RJ Barrett won the Jerry West Award (the best scoring guard of the year). Morant, a sophomore from Murray State University, won the Bob Coosey Award for best point guard of the year. Isan Harp from the University of Wisconsin won the Jabbar Award for Best Center of the Year. Bamura, a Japanese player from the University of Gonzaga, won the Julius-Owen Award (Young Forward of the Year).