Zion Williamson had 37 points, 15 rebounds, and 8 assists while playing point guard in the New Orleans Pelicans' 101-94 win over the Philadelphia 76ers on Friday night.
With Lonzo Ball out due to injury, Stan Van Gundy decided that he was going to play Williamson "at the point all night."
"He had the ball in hands all the time and the ability to make plays and everything else," said Van Gundy.
Williamson said that playing point guard felt natural to his game.
"I've been playing the game since I was 4. At this point, it just feels natural. I'm still learning, but certain things just feel natural," said Williamson.
The 20-year-old Williamson brought up the ball 35 times in the game, breaking his previous best of 25. That number includes bringing the ball up 12 times in the fourth quarter.
Van Gundy added that he envisions Williamson playing point guard more often in the future.
"We want to get him more experience with that stuff going forward because I think that's where his future is in this game."