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Pie Cart
Two years ago

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Jason Williams son

Was that i saw on Today tonight last night was Jason Williams and his son or am i mistaken for another guy who looks like Jason Williams!!!

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boss
Two years ago
15:09 31 Oct 12

Reply #385386

re: Jason Williams son

yeah it was jason williams they said he was a former bball star with adelaide.
his sons got ADD or something


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Marcus Camby
Two years ago
16:44 31 Oct 12

Reply #385405

re: Jason Williams son

The segment suggested Jason was a ADL 36er 'star'.

Was Jason a star?


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Pie Cart
Two years ago
17:38 31 Oct 12

Reply #385412

re: Jason Williams son

He wasnt a star with the Sixers ,he had more airballs than points ,very sad that his son has ADD its hard to control,my heart is with him and his family,i hope they send him to a place and come back quieter than ever before


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Moon
Two years ago
20:17 31 Oct 12

Reply #385425

re: Jason Williams son

ADD ---- excuse for bad parenting


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T
Two years ago
20:37 31 Oct 12

Reply #385426

re: Jason Williams son

Hope everything works out for out for your family Jason n Kelly.
:)


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Anonymous
Two years ago
23:01 31 Oct 12

Reply #385443

re: Jason Williams son

I think Jason gets a very bad rap from 36ers supporters! People very quickly forget he was first off the bench and a very important role player in the 2002 champoionship team!!
We have had a heap of players that can't say that they were an important cog in a nbl champoionship team!!
He enabled Maher to play as a shooting gaurd which helped Maher dominate that championship series!
He was no all star but Give respect where its due!!


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ray jay
Two years ago
23:55 31 Oct 12

Reply #385445

re: Jason Williams son

Jason was a very good prospect for the 36ers!! We loved to watch Him and it incouraged us to buy season tickets. These tickets were renewed for many years after Jason left the team. We gave our tickets a miss a few years ago because the team lacked players such as Jason.
Thanks Jason for the pleasure of watching you through your years @ the Dome.
Vicki ( your truest fan ) and Russ


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Marcus Camby
Two years ago
00:05 1 Nov 12

Reply #385447

re: Jason Williams son

Spare to Rod Spoil the Child.


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DJ
Two years ago
06:21 1 Nov 12

Reply #385451

re: Jason Williams son

Showed potential early on but never seemed to find the confidence.

Pushed into a lot of ball carrying duties which was not his strong point.



Today Tonight story

http://au.news.yahoo.com/today-tonight/lifestyle/article/-/15256692/boy-battles-inner-demons


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dinga
Two years ago
08:26 1 Nov 12

Reply #385459

re: Jason Williams son

Cos you wold know MOON. I'm sure you have had to deal with ADD plenty of times.


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Dazzman
Two years ago
15:07 1 Nov 12

Reply #385494

re: Jason Williams son

I really didn't think Jason Williams was all that bad. I could name a few other locally based players in recent years that have frustrated me alot more than Williams ever did.


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Anonymous
Two years ago
16:55 1 Nov 12

Reply #385507

re: Jason Williams son

I thought Jason Williams was perhaps the most frustrating player I've ever seen for the 36ers and couldn't believe he lasted as many seasons as he did (around eight I think) but that is irrelevant now we're talking about real world stuff.

Jason, all the best to you and your boy.


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Anon
Two years ago
19:35 1 Nov 12

Reply #385517

re: Jason Williams son

Jason was always a good team mate and good friend. An important part of a championship team.Unfortunatley being an 8 year NBL player gives non achievers a chance to find fault. Genuine supporters celebrate high level players- an 8 year NBL career should count as high level and should entitle Jason to the respect he deserves. Maybe Jason would have been an even better player if he had the unconditional support 36er
supporters rarely give to their players.
Good luck with your son Jason.


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themvpiskb24
Two years ago
22:57 1 Nov 12

Reply #385532

re: Jason Williams son

Used to coach us down at Brighton High a long time ago, don't ever recalling a negative or positive thing to say. he was just commanding in his approach with people


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Fill Smythe
Two years ago
15:37 3 Nov 12

Reply #385740

re: Jason Williams son

Just a couple of questions to the nice people who fill these pages!

Q1. Have you ever played sport at an elite level?

Q2. Do you have children of your own?

DEAD SILENCE!! I thought so.


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Dt
Two years ago
22:38 5 Nov 12

Reply #386127

re: Jason Williams son

Well said Fill, can't believe the haters throwing stones from afar hiding behind their pc probably never played the game at any level higher than Sunday night mixed social.
I have know Jas for over 20 years and wish Kelly and him all the best in trying to save their troubled son as I personally do not know what I would do in that situation. That's the bigger picture people !


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