The dominance Williamson has displayed at this point in his career hasn’t been about the dunks he can throw down with such a high degree of difficulty. It’s been about how often he can generate the easiest shot possible almost every time he touches the ball. He’s attempting 85 percent of his field goals at the rim this season, according to Cleaning The Glass, which is a slight decrease from what he did as a rookie, but still higher than centers like Enes Kanter, Clint Capela, Dwight Howard and Steven Adams. He’s averaging a league-leading 19.3 points in the paint per game. No one has been able to match that mark since Shaquille O’Neal was in a Lakers uniform.