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The Entertaining Jason Williams in Area 21

TLDRIn this video, Jason Williams joins the cast of Area 21 and provides entertaining insights about his career and current NBA players.

Key insights

Jason Williams shares his experience working with Doc Rivers and DeAndre Jordan in LA.

He believes creativity is the key to winning the slam dunk contest.

Kevin Garnett is described as one-of-a-kind and a great person to be around.

Jason mentions that he is a willing passer and emphasizes the importance of knowing who needs the ball and when.

He admires Kyrie Irving's skills and considers him similar to himself in terms of creativity, but notes that Kyrie focuses more on scoring rather than passing.

Q&A

Who did Jason Williams work with in LA?

Jason Williams worked with Doc Rivers and DeAndre Jordan in LA.

What is Jason's view on winning the slam dunk contest?

Jason believes that creativity is the key to winning the slam dunk contest.

What is Jason's opinion of Kevin Garnett?

Jason describes Kevin Garnett as one-of-a-kind and a great person to be around.

What does Jason emphasize about his passing style?

Jason considers himself a willing passer and emphasizes the importance of knowing who needs the ball and when.

Which player does Jason compare himself to in terms of creativity?

Jason compares himself to Kyrie Irving in terms of creativity, but notes that Kyrie focuses more on scoring rather than passing.

Timestamped Summary

00:00Jason Williams joins the cast of Area 21 and provides entertaining insights about his career and current NBA players.

00:08Jason shares his experience working with Doc Rivers and DeAndre Jordan in LA.

00:19He believes creativity is the key to winning the slam dunk contest.

01:01Kevin Garnett is described as one-of-a-kind and a great person to be around.

03:46Jason mentions that he is a willing passer and emphasizes the importance of knowing who needs the ball and when.

03:58He admires Kyrie Irving's skills and considers him similar to himself in terms of creativity, but notes that Kyrie focuses more on scoring rather than passing.