The Associated PressThe past few weeks have been a blur to Zion Williamson.
Picked No. 1 in the NBA draft by the New Orleans Pelicans. Signed his first pro contract that could be worth as much as $45 million over the next four years. Went to summer league and got hurt after nine minutes. Considered playing for USA Basketball in China this summer. Landed a massive endorsement deal with Jordan Brand. Became very rich very quickly.
And now, a video game deal.
Williamson has signed with 2K, he and the video-game giant announced Tuesday, and the former Duke standout will make his video game debut in NBA 2K20 when it launches on Sept. 6.
“It’s crazy,” Williamson said. “None of this will ever seem normal to me.”
A person familiar with the terms said Williamson and 2K agreed on a three-year deal. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because terms have not been released.