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  • Jason Williams immediately made a mark in the NBA with his flashy style of play. In honor of Throwback Thursday we count down the Top 10 Plays of his career!
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  • Alejandro Baguer
    Alejandro Baguer 4 lat temu +2355

    That elbow pass is absolutely ridiculous this guy is something else

    • Belarion A.D.
      Belarion A.D. 5 miesięcy temu

      I wonder how many people tried it afterwards and had their coach yelling at them. Well, looks like Lexter pulled it off

    • jyhina
      jyhina Rok temu

      People hailing the elbow pass have never played street ball

    • A T
      A T Rok temu +1

      I use to practice that pass everyday in middle school lol

    • SportsSpeak73
      SportsSpeak73 Rok temu +1

      Anybody else check how Lamar Odom looked at him in awe afterwards

    • Jonathan McDaniel
      Jonathan McDaniel Rok temu +3

      The elbow pass is something I've never seen before. That takes some serious skill to make that pass.

  • yankees29
    yankees29 3 lat temu +2140

    Not too many men on this planet could do that to Gary Payton.

    • Andrew Maina
      Andrew Maina 5 miesięcy temu

      @Blast Blaster true, but in time, what counts is your reputation. And he is pretty much up there 😎

    • Ilovepretty_toes Batiste
      Ilovepretty_toes Batiste Rok temu +1

      Gary was like tf but I likes that😂😂

    • Bruce Leroy
      Bruce Leroy Rok temu +1

      @washburn11000 he faked out the whole league. I never saw anyone ever do it like the regular.

    • Ya Boi
      Ya Boi Rok temu +1

      After that move Gary said let’s go to Miami white chocolate 😂

    • Ali Rashid
      Ali Rashid Rok temu +1

      prime

  • Steve Steady
    Steve Steady 2 lat temu +1789

    You know it's dirty when Gary Payton starts laughing... he wasn't exactly known for his friendly on court attitude

  • ME
    ME 2 lat temu +229

    Most underrated entertaining player EVER . No one to this day comes even close to his ability!

    • alvaro c
      alvaro c 6 miesięcy temu +1

      @Justin Case fuè un gran jugador.

    • krisholio
      krisholio Rok temu +1

      @Justin Case The elbow pass is about the only kind of pass The Pistol never tried.

    • Black Viking
      Black Viking Rok temu

      @Justin Case you need to watch some magic johnson tapes

    • Alex
      Alex Rok temu +1

      Kyrie

    • GSandoval
      GSandoval Rok temu +1

      Absolutely!

  • Zac Grasl
    Zac Grasl 3 lat temu +500

    He was 10-15 years before his time. If he played in today’s NBA, he would be a premiere All-Star, especially if you put him on a team like Philadelphia or Minnesota

    • Watchdog Maxim
      Watchdog Maxim Rok temu

      @LaPride247 all Star is possible but not all NBA

    • Hiitsmorgan
      Hiitsmorgan Rok temu

      Imagine him on LA Lakers

    • G Mantissa
      G Mantissa Rok temu

      So fun to watch also equaled so prone to turnovers. I don't see that changing. But one of my favorite players despite that.

    • Local Neo-Graphic
      Local Neo-Graphic Rok temu

      I don't know, he took A LOT of 3s for his time, and he was no Steph Curry. High leverage assists are huge in today's NBA, but you need either elite defense, shooting, or hoop driving athleticism. J-Dub had none of those, there was a reason he was traded for a more reliable point guard, and if it wasn't for Satan, I mean David Stern, Kings would've gotten a championship off it.
      Not gonna lie though, he was fun to watch.

    • Trae Young's #1 Fan and Obi Toppin's #1 Hater
      Trae Young's #1 Fan and Obi Toppin's #1 Hater Rok temu

      @Daymmm Sports would be a boring topic if it followed that logic

  • Soft Eyez
    Soft Eyez 2 lat temu +580

    the "WOOO!" pass gets me everytimne

    • ZeroZombidogWD Ändern
      ZeroZombidogWD Ändern 7 miesięcy temu +1

      2:22 you are welcome

    • James Buckner
      James Buckner Rok temu +1

      The Glove even had to smile!!

    • Suriya RN
      Suriya RN Rok temu +2

      ♥️

    • Justin Case
      Justin Case Rok temu +8

      I remember that was so great watching him . If you heard the Wooo, you knew a great pass was coming..

    • KALi Walker
      KALi Walker 2 lat temu +15

      @Russell Reilly
      J. Will: WOOO!
      Ric Flair: hold my beer.

  • Damiao Ramos De Carvalho
    Damiao Ramos De Carvalho 2 lat temu +720

    The Ronaldinho of 🏀,magic ability...

  • Jordan Mansel
    Jordan Mansel 2 lat temu +199

    I miss that king's team. So much talent. White chocolate with all those crazy passes and assists. Vlade divac, chris Weber, doug Christie peja stojakovic jason William's etc. Such a fun team to watch

    • Blake Steenrod
      Blake Steenrod Miesiąc temu

      @ZAZZAZOOZAY no the refs reged that series fr

    • D M
      D M 3 miesięcy temu +1

      They were robbed of making it to the Finals by the NBA officiating scandal. That playoff game against the Lakers was atrocious.

    • J T
      J T 9 miesięcy temu +1

      I don’t think there’s been a more fun to watch team in the NBA since!

    • My Quickjab209
      My Quickjab209 9 miesięcy temu +1

      Yes it was better even in person tickets used to cost 12 bucks miss them dayz

    • Owais Khan
      Owais Khan 11 miesięcy temu +1

      Easily one of my favorite teams to watch along with Kidd’s Nets.

  • Jan Wade
    Jan Wade 9 miesięcy temu +26

    I love the admiration shown by Gary Payton. Jason paralyzed him, and he knew it. That smile says so much.

  • Naxxxramas
    Naxxxramas 2 lat temu +1355

    His teammates should be 100% focused just to play with him.
    Thx guys for the 1k 😼

    • Gerard
      Gerard Rok temu +2

      @Celestina Hernandez Being a beast is relative what that person views as a beast so you can think whatever you want. I have better things to do than troll on youtube. I do suggest you google the definition of a "nerd".

    • Celestina Hernandez
      Celestina Hernandez Rok temu

      @Gerard You're just a nerd talking about your middle school basketball days. You were the only person who thought you were a "beast" 😂

    • Naga Adikusnadi
      Naga Adikusnadi Rok temu +2

      Ronaldinho's version in basketball

  • hector negron
    hector negron 3 lat temu +68

    I started watching the NBA in 1970 when I was 12 yrs old. I'm 61 now and I'll tell you, I've seen a lot of players but when it comes to point guards I've never seen a point guard more exciting to watch than Jason Williams. I'm a huge Magic Johnson fan but Jason is the man.

    • Justin Case
      Justin Case Rok temu +1

      Here here.

    • steve acree
      steve acree Rok temu +2

      I saw Maravich play life in college. 44pts a game with no 3pt line. GReatest passer and ball handler I ever saw. But Jason was damned special. I saw him play for UF and beat a UK team with little help in Lexington the year they won the National title.

  • Aldo Monti
    Aldo Monti 2 lat temu +508

    I am not a basketball fan and Neither I play it. But this is pure art and so beautiful to watch.

  • Extraordinary
    Extraordinary 2 lat temu +127

    The early 2000s NBA was awesome and had a street ball influence, A.I, Steve Francis, Stephaun Marbury, Jason Williams, to name a few really had an exciting element to their game.

    • Extraordinary
      Extraordinary 6 miesięcy temu +2

      @JoshieGymGod1500 yeah the perfect mix of street all and organized ball... it’s crazy how AND 1 athletes were almost as famous as the NBA stars also

    • JoshieGymGod1500
      JoshieGymGod1500 6 miesięcy temu +2

      90s to like 2010 was the best era but the early 2000s when And 1and Rucker was popular I think was the best..from like 96 to 2006

    • Morpheus
      Morpheus Rok temu +1

      @Spriggs Christopher What you know about skip to my lou youngin lol

    • Extraordinary
      Extraordinary Rok temu +1

      @Shawsawshit • 69 years ago yessir he brought the euro step to the NBA

    • Extraordinary
      Extraordinary Rok temu +2

      @Spriggs Christopher o yes and 1 legend

  • Corry S
    Corry S 7 lat temu +1510

    That look on Gary Paytons face tells you all you need to know. Once a opponent...who's a fierce one gives it up to you. You know you've arrived.

    • Chico Vlogs
      Chico Vlogs 5 lat temu

      Corry S p

    • Jack Page
      Jack Page 5 lat temu +7

      thanks for the insight cory

    • agentofchaos1
      agentofchaos1 5 lat temu +12

      Became teammates and won a ring in 2006 with Shaq and Dwade.

    • Kenneth Lacoste
      Kenneth Lacoste 5 lat temu +14

      At first i didnt understood why thats the no.1 play..until I saw Payton's defense..The Glove using The Shoes..

  • 00UncommonSense00
    00UncommonSense00 2 lat temu +12

    Amazing. He had two assist in 12 seconds. The pass, steal, pass. I wish I could have seen this guy in person play. That is legendary.

  • Bomi garuba
    Bomi garuba Rok temu +18

    He is single handedly the reason i always say: "Stats should not everything when it come to HOF induction"

  • Renshai32
    Renshai32 2 lat temu +6

    The velocity on those passes is unreal! He was having a ball out there. You can tell how much he loves the game. I was thrilled we he got that ring with D Wade.

  • Benjamin Wong
    Benjamin Wong 2 lat temu +71

    J-Williams shook a prime Payton. What a legend

  • Arnesto Cruz
    Arnesto Cruz 5 lat temu +683

    He was 10 years too early. Today he would've been a perennial all star and averaged close to 15 assist with the way the games played today. Before his time.

    • Zoulzopan
      Zoulzopan 3 miesięcy temu +1

      @isaac padron Yeah the biggest thing stopping him was the injuries, he got injured a lot especially after that 2006 championship

    • Man In Black
      Man In Black 2 lat temu +2

      Youre making him out to be a pistol type player. Flashy like him? Yes.
      Near as skilled? Not even close.

    • Scyon13
      Scyon13 2 lat temu +2

      He used to hit 35 foot 3s pretty regularly, he was a all star level player he just wanted to play how he did, shame he didn't have a coach to reign him in a bit he could have been a hall of famer.

  • Dany Beltran
    Dany Beltran 2 lat temu +5

    Lo vi en vivo en aquella epoca ...
    Y recordarle es un gran sentimiento Basketball al 100%!!!

  • Spidey
    Spidey 2 lat temu +6

    One of my faves. Pure magic this guy was 💪🏻😤

  • Double_O_Shoe
    Double_O_Shoe 2 lat temu +130

    The Glove's Face afterwards was priceless. I love GP 😭🔥!

  • Fredy Adisurya
    Fredy Adisurya 2 lat temu +44

    for me he has the best handling in NBA history

    • Niko Paroissien-Arce
      Niko Paroissien-Arce Rok temu

      lol yall trippin

    • Zekai Erkal
      Zekai Erkal Rok temu +1

      I guess you didn’t see Pistol Pete,20 years before Jason

    • TS
      TS Rok temu +1

      Agreed

    • Echoes Of Mars MoonDragon
      Echoes Of Mars MoonDragon 2 lat temu +2

      With all due respect, he is the descendant of The Pistol.. He even admitted that that he patterned his game to Mr. Pete Maravich..
      After JWill, theres no more Artistic PointGuard yet until now 2020..

    • Ernesto Braganza
      Ernesto Braganza 2 lat temu

      Indeed

  • iRO Chen
    iRO Chen 5 lat temu +2304

    Paytons face says it all lol. "damn this kid can ball"

    • Ace_Innuh_DarkPlace_
      Ace_Innuh_DarkPlace_ 2 lat temu

      Odom @ 1:10

    • James Erath
      James Erath 2 lat temu +1

      The glove= priceless

    • Terry Sun
      Terry Sun 2 lat temu

      Payton said in the heart: it's Jason's fault, he's too good.

    • taxid3rmy
      taxid3rmy 3 lat temu +1

      Lol, that look says "dang, we got some White Chocolate right here"

  • Ryan Merino
    Ryan Merino 2 lat temu +3

    Watching Jason Williams when I was a kid taught me so much about court awareness and how to make sure you know where your team mates are at all times. And the timing of his passes were just 100% on point. He knows the mental part of sport. He was fuckin quick too. And dunked on occasion. Childhood hero.

  • rcho 22
    rcho 22 3 lat temu +17

    One of the very few people that can make people awe without even scoring

  • Musica Local Pitalito-H
    Musica Local Pitalito-H Miesiąc temu

    La 1 & 9 son magistrales demostrando a los grandes del momento en su posicion y a la Nba la Magia del Basket🏀🌌🔥💫!!!

  • J. Goodsense
    J. Goodsense 9 miesięcy temu +5

    Payton's smile at the end said it all.😂

  • Luke James
    Luke James 7 lat temu +2117

    That elbow pass is legendary! I swear everyone was practicing these moves in the late 90s. Even Michael Jackson approves @2:23

  • Edgar Rodriguez
    Edgar Rodriguez Rok temu +10

    This guy and magic was the best passer in NBA history 🙌👏

  • Phoenix G35HR
    Phoenix G35HR 2 lat temu +11

    One of the best ball handles I have ever seen

  • Ismael de Oliveira

    Jason williams é um mito, o melhor de todos em passes de bola!!!

  • José Alves
    José Alves 3 miesięcy temu

    Jogava demaissss!!! Lenda!!!

  • ThatBoyTrev
    ThatBoyTrev 6 lat temu +3005

    "If you don't like that, you don't like NBA basketball"

  • DanielSong39
    DanielSong39 3 lat temu +4

    He was fun to watch, and he was an effective starting point guard for a decade. Not too shabby.

  • MAURICIO ARMANDO CARDOSO OLIVA

    Simplemente el mejor asistidor de todos, magia pura, lástima que no sea tan reconocido.

  • Paolo Guerrero
    Paolo Guerrero Miesiąc temu

    Dude's passing skills are phenomenal!

  • Cesar Gonçalves
    Cesar Gonçalves 2 lat temu

    Espetacular!!!! Faz falta um armador com esse estilo . Fabuloso!!

  • Zachary Anderson
    Zachary Anderson 8 lat temu +345

    White Chocolate! I miss watching this guy play!
    I owe so many broken ankles to this very guy.

  • Who's They
    Who's They Rok temu

    That #2 highlight @ 2:40 is one of the best passes in NBA history!

  • DJ Drip
    DJ Drip 2 lat temu

    The way he can move the ball is unbelievable. It’s just amazing how he can psych out anybody he plays

  • Alex Nagy
    Alex Nagy 9 miesięcy temu

    What a beautiful fair play moment when Payton just smile cuz' Williams did an insanly movement, man! Real.
    Respect to the old school!!! 👌🏾🏀✌🏻

  • Stuart Otis
    Stuart Otis Rok temu

    I was a power forward in college and a center in high school (I'm 6'7"). I was a terrible shooter (I could dunk pretty good, though). I was always looking to dish to my teammates and I prided myself on my no look and behind the back passes. IF YOUR TEAMMATES SUCK, you're going to turn the ball over a lot. My senior year of high school at regionals I got into a fight with my own teammate in the middle of a game and coach benched me. I grabbed an offensive rebound and I was holding the ball above my head yelling at one of my teammates to get open. As the defenders flocked to the guy I was yelling at I threw it backwards and nailed another one of my teammates in the face. He turned it over and he started yelling at me like I was the asshole. Keep in mind we've played together since we were in 8th grade. He knew how I liked to pass. I only played 1 year in college and I didn't play much anyway (I averaged about 6 minutes a game). I could never adapt to playing forward when I had always been a center and college is so much faster than high school. I liked to play real hard nose defense but my other skills couldn't keep up at that elevated level. The fact that Jason Williams' teammates had the presence of mind to be looking for those crazy passes is why they're in the NBA.

  • emerson fans
    emerson fans 3 lat temu +1

    #2 the assist to Webber - that’s the sweetest play ever. Finding absolute perfection in your sport.

  • Mont
    Mont 2 lat temu +1

    Who needs a chest pass when you can bullet the ball from any where. I love the game he had! Another game level he had made plays no one else could seeing the floor like no one else! Well done SIR. white chocolate! Loved it!

  • El Chepe
    El Chepe 3 miesięcy temu +2

    Even Payton showed respect!

  • Italo Rodriguez
    Italo Rodriguez Rok temu

    Mi jugador favorito en la historia!

  • This product is intended for inhalation

    The face of Payton at the end is priceless ahaha. Fairplay.

  • tntkop
    tntkop 2 lat temu +1

    No one ever talks about Jason Williams’ arm strength. Look how HARD he throws some of those passes. He f-ing FIRES that basketball with incredible speed.
    And he’s ACCURATE as hell.
    I wonder how fast those balls are actually traveling?

  • Kent Scheifinger
    Kent Scheifinger 2 lat temu

    One of the best passers in the NBA during the time era

  • American Argonaut
    American Argonaut Rok temu +1

    There never been a NBA player like him... period! Glad to have lived in the age in which he played... that elbow pass has never been completed smoother!
    Edit! I’ll go one further! There NO ONE in today’s NBA that’s even close to regularly attempting the stuff Williams did. The guy went at the best of his generation and never backed off. The universe gave us something special when he and Randy Moss went to Marshall at the same time. White Chocolates is a buck list, never sell autographed kings jersey you shadow box! Arco Arena was lit! Every night! Chris Webber, vladi, Doug Christie. That team was stacked... Kobe’s no call m, fucked the Kings... just dealing in facts.. deal with it.

  • Zach Ski
    Zach Ski Rok temu

    I had forgotten just how great his court vision was... Dude was gasoline on fire 🔥

  • BassasaurusRex
    BassasaurusRex 8 lat temu +8

    One of the most exciting and underrated points in NBA history. Phenomenal passer of the ball.

  • Night Hawk
    Night Hawk 2 lat temu

    That look from Payton at the end there is all you need to know about this dude. Insane amount of talent.

  • Jose Jimenez
    Jose Jimenez 3 lat temu +1

    El mejor base que ha existido para mi , era un lujo verlo jugar.

  • Emile Griffith
    Emile Griffith 3 lat temu +33

    no such thing as a "top ten Jason Williams" highlight; just a "ten of his best highlights" because there's just too damn many to chose from.

  • Derek Goodman
    Derek Goodman 3 lat temu +2

    I remember watching most of those moves on live TV ...but the best was the end where Gary Payton looks at him and smile like "yeah, u got me on that one"

  • Chiko was here
    Chiko was here 6 lat temu +249

    I miss this NBA. Grown man basketball, the hard foul era.

    • Tanner Coerr
      Tanner Coerr 6 lat temu

      WOOF

    • Chiko was here
      Chiko was here 6 lat temu

      @Tanner Coerr We Are Wolves

    • Ryan N
      Ryan N 6 lat temu

      @Mark Jackson like I said, it was poor sportsmanship but I'd rather see that than what LeBron did the other night by hugging and laughing players when they were losing by 30 points.

    • Tanner Coerr
      Tanner Coerr 6 lat temu

      +Chiko was here Wolverhampton!

    • Joseph Scott
      Joseph Scott 6 lat temu +1

      It is ridiculous, people just try to get fouled instead of actually making the basket

  • Nellyyy
    Nellyyy 2 lat temu +3

    1:04 might be the greatest pass I've ever seen

  • luis edward Castro
    luis edward Castro 2 lat temu

    Hay muchos jugadores muy buenos pero para mi esta es mi jugador favorito es un jugador integral muy rápido de mente muy ágil. el es mi motivación al jugar.

  • Super Fun Toys and Songs

    He was so fun to watch! Awesome!

  • meh
    meh 2 lat temu +11

    I miss those Kings teams. My best times as a sports fan.

  • prodspill
    prodspill 7 lat temu +76

    Imagine how good Jason Williams could've been if he wasn't traded to Memphis. If he stayed with them through 2002, he could've been the missing piece of the puzzle to get them past the Lakers.

    • Splatter
      Splatter 7 lat temu

      And that's what we love about him. Lol

    • bio2020
      bio2020 7 lat temu +2

      @Doug in San Diego J-Will was the starting PG for the 2006 championship Miami Heat. Gary Payton was the backup.

    • Showtime Sports Media
      Showtime Sports Media 7 lat temu

      Yeah thats what I was saying.

    • geekUSA101
      geekUSA101 7 lat temu

      Don't think so, if you recall that famous (or infamous) 2002 series against LA, it was Bibby hitting all the clutch shots. He nearly won them game 7 when the rest of the team got cold feet during crunch time..

    • Showtime Sports Media
      Showtime Sports Media 7 lat temu +1

      @Splat Nonchalant plus bibby couldn't dribble as good as white chocolate, he was the jump shooter early& true passing point later.

  • christansdad
    christansdad 2 lat temu +1

    In those clips you saw Jason Williams shake'n'bake both John Stockton and Gary Payton on the perimeter at the point. Both Stockton and Payton are not just Hall of Famers but also Hall of Fame defenders. Williams is the real deal...no doubt.

  • Don Van Damn Johnson Long Fella
    Don Van Damn Johnson Long Fella 8 miesięcy temu +1

    I think number 4 was nifty with a great shot at the end. It was an unusual looking shot.

  • Dustin Harrison
    Dustin Harrison 2 lat temu

    Bringing street ball skills to the NBA!

  • Casey Ray Harris. Esquire

    Man, how did I stumble upon this legends career?? Why isn't he more popular?

  • Dreamcatcher_11_
    Dreamcatcher_11_ 8 lat temu +17

    Phenomenal talent! His only problem to his game was his decision making ability and shot selection ability that's why he got traded out of Sac. because he was out of control more times than not and uncoachable.

    • Mata Piricuaco
      Mata Piricuaco 8 lat temu +5

      Did win his only championship with the Heat in 2006.

  • Why you so thirsty?
    Why you so thirsty? Rok temu +1

    This dude’s passes really had the opposing team’s fans go wild for him

  • Yoshiki.G
    Yoshiki.G 7 miesięcy temu

    I love that #5 play no matter how many times I watch. 😁

  • VCres1000
    VCres1000 3 lat temu

    I'm 22.. so I was young when he played but Everytime I watch videos about him now, I never understand how he isn't talked about today.. dude was a beast

  • Craig Trotter
    Craig Trotter 3 lat temu

    Won’t lie. He definitely inspires my flashy passes in 2k.

  • Kevin E.
    Kevin E. 8 lat temu +25

    Holy shit, those passes were absolutely off the chain. Then he's doing crossovers and going behind the back on some of the best players in the game, like Stockton and Payton, beating them to the dribble like it's nothing. J-Will was one of a kind.

  • Linda Larracas
    Linda Larracas 5 miesięcy temu +1

    See the smile on Payton's face..precious!

  • Afree Cann
    Afree Cann Rok temu +1

    He crossed Gary and Stock, two of the best and toughest pg defenders of all time with ease. He froze them like ice.😂😎

  • Shang Tsung
    Shang Tsung Rok temu +6

    Gary Payton’s face just explains everything

  • Orlando
    Orlando 4 miesięcy temu +1

    This is the closest we will ever get streetball to being in the NBA. His passes and plays are legendary. White Chocolate is a legend.

  • FLASH03
    FLASH03 8 lat temu +24

    If you're a REAL Heat fan, then you'd know what kind of impact he had on that '06 team. Him and Shaq dominated Game 6 to eliminate Detroit in the ECF that year when Wade was I think sick but still played.

  • Froilan Wilson Cortes

    I love that smile from Gary Payton like he is thinking "You got me on that one, kid".

  • Carlos
    Carlos 2 lat temu

    Wish more players played like him these days.. very entertaining

  • nathan prentiss
    nathan prentiss 2 lat temu

    Dude I’m a kings fan. He was electric, fun,and average! Injuries hurt him for sure, but he was always a bad defender who made poor decisions also often. He peaked in the awkward early post Jordan era that had shallow pool of stars

  • One Quirky Individual
    One Quirky Individual 2 lat temu +1

    Dude is Legendary. He was so much fun to watch. He make Magic Johnson look bad

  • Savage
    Savage 8 lat temu +41

    What a player he was... SO GOOD, SO LEGENDARY!

    • Larry Pham
      Larry Pham 8 lat temu +1

      @MBogdos96 Most(if not all) of the highlights were in his first couple years(his youth and prime) in the league, and from what I recall, his "productivity" got him traded from Sac for Bibby, constantly benched, and irked many coaches. He is a great highlight reel, but that is about where it ends. He had tremendous talent, that cannot be argued, but he could have been more. So I can't really describe him as "productive," as you put it. Later in his career, he was, but for most of his career, he wasn't.

    • MBogdos96
      MBogdos96 8 lat temu

      @Larry Pham I'm missing the point...

    • Larry Pham
      Larry Pham 8 lat temu

      @MBogdos96 "productive"

    • MBogdos96
      MBogdos96 8 lat temu +21

      Most importantly, we combined fun-to-watch play with productive team basketball. Very rare.

  • KUSH 530
    KUSH 530 7 miesięcy temu

    This GUY was & still is a LIVING LEGEND🔥🔥 Kingz ! # white chocolate

  • Carla Barajas
    Carla Barajas Rok temu +1

    Has anyone successfully completed a behind-the-back-off-the-elbow pass during a game since?? 🔥🔥

  • Jong Pi
    Jong Pi Rok temu

    90s basketball is unique in its own way.I seldom see great plays this time.All teams do is to set up a shooter from all angles in the three point line and swing swing until a man is open.

  • Pert Burton
    Pert Burton 2 lat temu +2

    The smile on G. Payton face at the end said it all.

  • Agent 47
    Agent 47 8 lat temu +32

    The look on Gary Payton's face at the end was priceless!!! "You got me that time, Kid!"

  • EazyKeey Music
    EazyKeey Music 2 lat temu +1

    I teared up watching this, the way he made all those beautiful passes....ppl had no idea at the time, they were watching art that was before it’s time...

    • AngryTechGuy
      AngryTechGuy 2 lat temu

      He was always fun to watch. He simply wasn't a great scorer.
      But J.Will was the first person I'd seen routinely dribble down court and simply jack up a 35 foot three! It's normal today, but back then, the coach would snatch him out for the rest of the game!

  • vodkalima
    vodkalima 2 lat temu

    The elbow pass is totally insane !!

  • Henry Myrick Jr.
    Henry Myrick Jr. 2 lat temu +1

    That smile on Gary Payton's face says it all cause he was a hell of defender. Williams was alot of fun to watch

  • David Faker
    David Faker 2 lat temu

    The elbow pass honestly even made me look to the left when it was going right.

  • James Frego
    James Frego 9 miesięcy temu

    You do know he also played for other teams and had insane highlights there to right!

  • x rated
    x rated 2 lat temu +1

    It's crazy how we will always remember the jwill hesitation on GP or the ai cross on mj. But pretty sure Jordan dropped like 40 and GP dropped 25+ the same game

  • do heo
    do heo 6 miesięcy temu

    He definitely belongs the HALL OF FAME he was more FAMous than a lot of other players during his time. All the great players respect him.

  • D Arsenal
    D Arsenal 2 lat temu

    He was one of the first ones to do all these street ball moves in the NBA.

  • St. Mdnght
    St. Mdnght 8 lat temu +7

    AI and Williams definitely brought a new dynamic to the game during their careers, a more free form than conventional style. Love it.

  • ns671fr
    ns671fr Miesiąc temu

    One of the greatest passers nba has ever seen. Has swag which is next level passing skills. Called aggressive passing

  • BboyZoinks
    BboyZoinks 6 miesięcy temu

    Glad he got a ring! Well deserved

  • 12structures
    12structures Rok temu

    That smile from Gary at the end. Damnit it warms the soul. GARY HATED giving players credit, especially when they beat him so DIRTY ! one on one like that. Go to House of Hoops of Highlights channel and watch their interview with J. Will. Great stuff. Miss this guy so much in the game.