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Video: ‘White Chocolate’ still has game

Jason Williams was drafted by the Kings in 1998. The guard known as “White Chocolate” played 13 seasons in the NBA.
Jason Williams was drafted by the Kings in 1998. The guard known as “White Chocolate” played 13 seasons in the NBA. The Associated Press

Jason Williams burst onto the NBA scene when the Kings drafted the 6-foot-1 guard with the No. 7 pick in 1998.

Known for his flashy passing, electric dribbling skills and three-point shots from well beyond the arc, Williams – also known as “White Chocolate,” “J-Will” or J-Dub” – enjoyed a 13-year NBA career in which he had stints with four different teams, including his first three seasons in Sacramento.

In this video by Home Town Hoops, Williams, who played his last NBA game in 2011, is showing in an Orlando rec league the game that made him a household name remains strong.

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