There are questions to how good Zion Williamson will be in the NBA. There should be no doubt to how exciting he’ll remain.

The Pelicans’ No. 1 overall pick made his NBA preseason debut look like so many evenings at Cameron Indoor Stadium, with the former Duke superstar throwing down a pair of powerfully thrilling dunks in New Orleans’ 133-109 win in Atlanta Monday night.

“I don’t think dunking would have just gotten me here,” Williamson said after the win. “Had to be like somewhat of a good basketball player to get here.”

Williamson, who finished with 16 points, seven rebounds, three assists and three steals in 28 minutes, was a dominant force in his lone season at Duke, but the forward’s incomparable athleticism and rim-rattling dunks are what made him the most exciting college player in a generation.

Williamson’s first jaw-dropping dunk came early in the first quarter, when the southpaw drove through the lane and threw down a vicious slam with his right hand.

“I saw the lane open up,” Williamson said. “This isn’t high school or college anymore; you gotta go up strong. So I went up strong and was able to finish.”

Shortly afterwards, Williamson took a pass from Lonzo Ball at the tail end of a fastbreak and took one hop before finishing with a powerful two-handed slam.

The show has just begun.