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High school player pulls off Jason Williams’ signature elbow pass

During his playing days in the NBA, Jason Williams established himself as one of the most entertaining, and best passers in the league. He became a must watch especially on fastbreaks, as he would often pull off behind-the-back passes, and even his signature “elbow pass” which left a lot of fans in awe of how he did it.

It had a very high degree of difficulty, and not many have even attempted it. However, a high school player recently did, and completed it during a game. The Instagram video also shows that the perfectly executed move allowed his teammate to easily score on an uncontested layup.

Had to slow it up for ya🔥 #ElbowPass #AntoineLindsey #HighSchoolSenior #SCTop10 @12_a.lindsey_12

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The fans inside the gym were amazed with what he did, and gave him a huge applause. While it can be considered an “old-school” type of play, it still brings a lot of excitement, and gives the fans a nostalgic feeling of watching Williams back in the 1990s and early 2000s.

Williams was the seventh overall pick in the 1998draft, and had a successful 12-year career. He was named to the All-Rookie First Team in 1999, and went on to win a championship with the Miami Heat seven seasons after. He earned the nickname “White Chocolate” for his sweet dimes, and continues to be fondly remembered for his highlight worthy plays until this day.