But despite Williams' brilliant performance, his impressive aerial display wasn't enough to propel the Black squad past the Gold, who won 136-125.
And though his team lost, Williams was the show Saturday night. He opened up the game with a windmill dunk, and continued dunking throughout the game. In fact, his first ten points were the result of five dunks. And while the windmill was nice, his two between the leg dunks to win the dunk contest at halftime were more impressive.
"I didn't expect nothing like this, it feels great to not put on a Cardinal uniform and get the type of applause I got tonight, I'm speechless right now," T-Will said.
McGee didn't shoot well but scored 10 points.
Future U of L point guard Andre McGee put together a solid effort despite missing five three's. McGee was 3 of 10 from the floor, but did hit 3 of 4 free throws. He finished with 10 points, and showed confidence running the break.
"I think I played pretty good, but it's an all-star game and the high flying guys are really the ones getting all of the shots," McGee said.
At one point in the second half McGee hooked up with Williams for an alley-oop dunk that he promised will be first of many to come in Freedom Hall.
"We are going to get at least two or three of those a game," McGee stated. "We've been practicing throwing them off the backboard and throwing the lob."
For a 7-footer, Jonathan Huffman displayed a very nice touch. He knocked down a bank shot from 10 feet, and added a few turnaround jump shots in the lane for good measure. Huffman scored 12 points and grabbed 4 rebounds in 18 minutes of play.
Jonathan Huffman had 12 points and 4
rebounds in only 18 minutes of action.
The other 7-footer that will join the Cardinals next year, Clarence Holloway, took only scored two points.
Other Notable Performances