Jason “White Chocolate” Williams played 13 solid seasons in the NBA. Drafted by the Kings out of Marshall, after transferring from Florida, Williams was the delight of the NBA for years because of his tremendous handle, flair and bravado, and of course his being a slick ball handling white guy.
Who can forget this vicious crossover Williams put on “The Glove”, Gary Payton, when Williams was only a rookie.
He averaged 10 points a game, won a championship with the Heat in 2006, and quietly stepped away from the game in 2011.
Williams apparently is back, in the video courtesy of Dime Mag via City League Hoops, can be seen in the USA Legends tour in China, dropping dimes and getting buckets.
Williams is 37 now, but still has some handle.