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Ice Cube opens up about why he created BIG3 League (VIDEO)

The BIG3 League played its first games on Sunday, and all in all, from the fan’s perspective, it was a huge success.For players, not so much, with Jason Williams and Corey Maggette suffering injuries, which was expected, being that some of these guys haven’t played (aside from at a streetball level) in years.Still, Barclays Center was packed, with over 15K fans showing up to...
Via The Sports Daily
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Jason Williams injured in first BIG3 game

Ice Cube’s BIG3 league, which features exciting three-on-three dream matchups, officially held its inaugural game in Brooklyn on Sunday at the Barclays Center. And one of the largest early-season attractions was the return of White Chocolate, Jason Williams.Fans poured into the arena wearing Williams jerseys and cheered as he hit the court. However, that enjoyment was short-lived...
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 25, 2017  |  Discuss

'Playmakers' in Ice Cube's league who can help the Cavs

The Cleveland Cavaliers are the defending NBA champions and have the best record in the Eastern Conference yet again, but that doesn't mean all is rosy in Cleveland. LeBron James has repeatedly discussed his desire for management to add playmakers to the roster, this despite the fact the Cavs have the highest payroll in the NBA.Welcome back to the Yardbarker roundtable, where we...
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February 21, 2017  |  Discuss

Jason Williams calls Barkley a 'loser' for Durant criticism

Former NBA player Jason Williams has called out Charles Barkley over his criticism of Kevin Durant, referring to the NBA on TNT analyst as a “loser.” Williams, better known as “White Chocolate” during his NBA playing days, went after Barkley following a recent appearance in a semi-pro basketball tournament. The crux of his criticism stems from how Barkley lambasted Durant...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
July 25, 2016  |  Discuss

Jason ‘White Chocolate’ Williams’ 13-Year-Old Son Take After His Old Man

We hear a lot about the youth basketball exploits of LeBron James Jr. and Shareef O’Neal, but you know what’s even more exciting than those offspring of all-time great? Jaxon Williams, a.k.a. White Chocolate Junior! Jaxon is the 13-year-old son of Jason Williams, the original White Chocolate, who became a fan favorite during his 12-year NBA career thanks to his dazzling passes...
Via The Comeback
January 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Former NBA guard Jason Williams still breaking ankles, dropping dimes

The man they call "White Chocolate" might be done with the NBA, but a maestro is never truly done with his craft. Last month, fans of Jason Williams — and of offensive wizardry in general — got a glimpse at the former Sacramento Kings, Memphis Grizzlies, Miami Heat and Orlando Magic point guard having a ball at the pro-am at Orlando's Downtown Recreation Complex. Now a more thorough...
Via FOX Sports
August 21, 2015  |  Discuss
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