Known for his electrifying dimes and ankle-breaking crossovers, point guard Jason Williams, aka “White Chocolate” was pure entertainment throughout his 14-year NBA career.
“White Chocolate” electrified the league upon making his debut in 1998.
Making his NBA debut in 1998 following a suspension from the University of Florida, Williams was a thrill to witness from the beginning, his astounding playmaking abilities wowing the Sacramento crowd night in and night out.
Starting on a potent Kings team his rookie season, “White Chocolate” pioneered a playoff squad featuring the likes of Chris Webber, Vlade Divac, and Peja Stojakovic. Following the season, he was named to the NBA All-Rookie First Team along with the likes of Paul Pierce, Vince Carter, and Mike Bibby, who he would later be traded for in 2001.
Williams’ No. 55 jersey was a top-five seller that season as well, as he became a fan favorite with his brilliant offensive displays each appearance.
Following a stint with the Grizzlie...