WATCH: Jason Williams is still crossing over defenders at 39

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WATCH: Jason Williams is still crossing over defenders at 39
The retired point guard known as 'White Chocolate' still has a killer crossover and can dish out no-look passes like he did in his prime

MANILA, Philippines – Jason Williams may have retired from the NBA in 2011, but he’s still hooping it up on a regular basis – and still showing glimpses of the “White Chocolate” of old.

Williams, 39, showed off the behind-the-back passes and crossover moves that made him a fan favorite in the late 90s and 2000s in a recent pro-am game in Orlando, where he played for the Magic for two seasons from 2009-11.

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Williams was drafted by the Sacramento Kings in 1998 and played for the Memphis Grizzlies, Miami Heat and Orlando Magic, winning an NBA title with the Heat in 2006.

The University of Florida product can still ball out, and probably could be an asset to some of the point guard deficient teams in the NBA today. –

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