Zion Williamson has been compared to Blake Griffin since his explosive collegiate season at Duke. The two are almost inarguably the best dunkers to enter the NBA in recent memory, and it’s only fitting that they will now be listed together in the league’s record books. On Friday, Williamson scored his 1,000th NBA point. He became the fastest player to achieve the feat since Blake Griffin did it during his rookie year. Both took 44 games to reach 1,000 points, and are the only active players to get there so quickly. The all-time record is 28 games, held by Wilt Chamberlain during his 1959-60 rookie season. The points, predictably, came on a dunk.