White Chocolate Jr: The Ankle Breaker that we Want to Watch

White Chocolate Sr. watches son Jaxon Williams put on a show.

In the name of the father, the son shall be able to play like the father.
It does not look like it is too much to ask as the son is already showing a glimpse of the moves his father was famous for. Jason Williams was one of the all-time best dribblers and passers in the NBA and has proven his worth with different teams. Now, he watches closely as his son takes his turn and the spotlight in the basketball world.


Watch Jason Williams Behind the Back Elbow Pass Then and Now

There is no one else like Jason Williams nowadays. To see him back in the court during All-Star is a sweet treat for basketball fans. Jason Williams has been retired for awhile but his passing game is still there. Check out the sick behind the back elbow pass.
Jason Williams – White Chocolate
Former point guard Jason Williams shows off his classic elbow pass at the Celebrity All-Star Game, just like he did in the 2000 All-Star Game.


Jason Williams Top 10 Career Plays
Jason Williams immediately made a mark in the NBA with his flashy style of play. Let’s see some throwback and count down the Top 10 Plays of his career!

Wade leads Miami Big 3 in rout of Orlando (VIDEO)

source: The Associated Press

MIAMI (AP) – LeBron James stayed fairly quiet when the Orlando Magic questioned his competitiveness this summer.

James and his new team presented an emphatic response Friday night.

Dwyane Wade scored 26 points in Miami’s home opener, James had 15 points and seven assists and the Heat scored the first 14 points of the second half to turn a close game into a surprisingly one-sided 96-70 victory over the Magic.

The Heat earned their sixth win over the Magic in their last 21 meetings. Of course, all the previous ones were before Wade, James and Chris Bosh teamed up in Miami.

And if this game was the measuring stick to see how the Heat are coming together, the result had to be an enjoyable one for Miami’s Big 3. The Heat held Orlando to its lowest point total since Dec. 2, 2005.

When the Heat acquired James this summer, Magic president of basketball operations Otis Smith uttered a now-infamous-in-Miami line: “I was surprised that he went. I thought he was, I guess, more of a competitor.”

They competed, all right, from start to finish.

It didn’t take long for the trio to provide their first highlight: Bosh grabbed a rebound at one end, passed near midcourt to James, who took one dribble and found Wade for an alley-oop dunk.

They were just getting started.

Dwight Howard scored all 19 of his points in the first half for Orlando, then fouled out midway through the fourth quarter. Reserve Ryan Anderson scored 12 for the Magic, who got 10 from Jameer Nelson.

Miami’s starters — with no points from Joel Anthony — outscored Orlando’s first five 59-37.

The first half was fairly back-and-forth with eight lead changes and seven ties, neither team going up by more than nine.

That changed quickly coming out of intermission.

James hit a 3-pointer to open the second half, Wade connected on two more 3s within a 51-second span, and suddenly Miami’s lead was up to 60-45. Orlando coach Stan Van Gundy called timeout, and that didn’t change anything — James’ jumper about a minute later pushed the cushion to 20.

And that, mind you, was against an Orlando team that cruised to a 29-point win over Washington on Thursday night. For a team with no shortage of offensive options, the Magic were icy cold against the Heat.

Vince Carter played just 13 minutes, banging his head and hip on the floor while jostling for a rebound in the second quarter and finishing with four points. Orlando’s starting forwards — former Heat starter Quentin Richardson and Rashard Lewis — combined for four points and missed all 14 of their field-goal tries. J.J. Redick left for a few minutes in the first half after drawing a charge against James with the right side of his face, which was cut and puffy.

Van Gundy wanted no part of the hyperbole surrounding Magic-Heat I — at least for this season — before the game, and certainly didn’t want to embrace it afterward.

“After listening to you guys for two days I said to the coaches, ‘The great thing is it’s the shortest season on record. This is it. Championship game tonight. The winner wins it and we go home. Season is over either way,’” Van Gundy said before the game. “It’s like the NBA finals here atmosphere-wise. It’s Game 2 for us, Game 3 for them guys.”

It was over after the third quarter, Miami’s best period in all three games so far. The Heat have outscored foes 86-41 in that quarter through the season’s first week.



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Magic’s Williams suspended one game (video)

source: Agence France-Presse

NEW YORK – The Orlando Magic’s Jason Williams was suspended one game without pay by the NBA on Friday for making contact with a game official after he was ejected from a game.

NBA executive vice president of basketball operations Stu Jackson announced the punishment on Friday, hours before the Magic played the Miami Heat.

Williams will be eligible to return for Orlando’s next contest on Tuesday at New York.

Williams was ejected with 58 seconds left in the fourth quarter of the Magic’s 112-83 victory over Washington on Thursday.

Williams was upset with a foul called against him and, while arguing, tugged on referee Bennett Salvatore’s arm.

Jason Williams – Offensive Foul, 2 Technicals, Touches Official

Jason Williams to Have Knee Surgery

source: http://nba.fanhouse.com

ORLANDO, Fla. — Veteran Magic point guard Jason Williams, who played in all 82 games for the first time in his career last season, likely will miss the start of this season after he undergoes arthroscopic surgery Thursday to his left knee.
Williams is expected to be out for the next four weeks. He complained of soreness after Tuesday’s scrimmage, leading to an MRI exam Wednesday, revealing some loose cartilage in the knee. Williams had struggled with knee soreness in recent years, playing in 59, 61 and 67 games, respectively, during his three previous seasons in Miami.
Although Williams was the primary backup to starter Jameer Nelson last season, he already was being dropped to No. 3 this season. The Magic signed free agent Chris Duhon, a starter in New York the last two seasons, to a four-year, $14.4 million contract to be Nelson’s backup.
Williams, 34, averaged 6 points and 3.6 assists last season. He also shot 38 percent from 3-point range. He started 18 games when Nelson was out with a knee injury, averaging 8.6 points and 5.1 assists during that time.
Duhon, 28, was signed this summer because the Magic no longer felt that Williams was durable enough to be an adequate backup for Nelson.


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