Despite only playing three seasons for the Sacramento Kings, Jason Williams, often referred to as ‘White Chocolate’ remains a fan favorite for many purple and black loyalists – myself being one.
Williams brought with him a flare on the court that many have attempted to replicate, but few (if any) have succeeded.
Along with Vlade Divac and Chris Webber, Williams was considered part of the new regime Kings, though, he never had the opportunity to enjoy the height of the Kings success as he was traded to the Memphis Grizzlies in exchange for Mike Bibby.
The flashy point guard went on to have a very solid NBA career, but for many, his time in Sacramento was what he’ll be remembered for – short as the stay was. Williams helped put the Kings on the map, from a national perspective, filling up the highlights nightly while appearing in Nike television commercials, a relative unheard of for small market teams like Sacramento.
Now nearly fifteen years since Williams was drafted, Williams is still balling.
During a recent trip to China, J-Will was participating in the USA Legends Tour where he decided to hit the time machine and bust out the infamous elbow pass: