40 Powerful Jayson Williams Quotes

I love quotes because we all have so many quotes. I love quotes that make you think, I love quotes from people who have gone on to bigger and better things. So yes, I love quotes from many people across the world.

Jayson Williams was born in Chicago, Illinois in September 17, 1982, where he played high school basketball. In 2002, he was chosen for the University of Tennessee. He then returned to play for the University of Tennessee.

Williams started out his passion for basketball when he played in both high school and college basketball leagues in New York City. He then first got drafted into the NBA by the widely celebrated team, the ‘Phoenix Suns’ which were thereafter traded to the 76ers. He then joined the Miami Heat in the summer of 2010 and now plays for Toronto Raptors.

In the year 2000, he announced his retirement from basketball due to a leg injury. Afterward, he continued his passion about basketball through writings. He has successfully authored 3 books to date.

Jayson is a very quiet guy (in interviews), but he’s a very good teammate (on the field). I’ve never seen anybody as competitive as him on the field. He’s just a tremendous ballplayer.

40 Powerful Jayson Williams Quotes

The reason that alcohol is causing so many problems is that it is a depressant. It reduces the activity of the brain, so when it is taken in large amounts and over a long period of time it leads to decreased activity. This can contribute to depression, anxiety, personality disorders, and more.

“I would love to see both my children go into the NBA. I hope my daughter becomes a lawyer.” – Jules R. Baylis, Jr.

Jayson Williams, who is from the United States, was deported for overstaying his visa. He wants to return to the US to be with his family and to see his child’s birth.

If you get up every day and do what you have to do and you get through it, there is a light at the end of the tunnel.

Jay, you are asked to do things that people use you to do for them, to make them popular or to make them like you. Or to get them into heaven. But Jay, you can’t be used in situations that are not for the glory of God and be used the way he used you. Because God’s glory may be the only thing that lasts.

Jayson Williams is a pastor and author who shares about his faith through a variety of platforms, including the written word and through the lens of his unique experiences and perspective.

I am not sure how this is a good thing to say, especially with regards to how he has been treating others.

Jayson Williams said it’s his goal. The 24-year-old outfielder got his first big league hit in his third game. His second was a walk-off in his fifth. The former Cubs third baseman is now 3 for his last 12.

Jayson Williams was the first player in the history of the NFL to be arrested and charged with a felony. He was handcuffed, taken to jail and later released on bond. I think it’s safe to say that the player didn’t regret his decision to break the law. I think it’s safe to say that he’s going to play ball for a long time in the NFL.

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Jay’s story with God is very raw and he’s been through some trials and some victories in that time. He had to learn to trust again and he’s just now beginning to really understand how to be a mature, faithful and successful husband and father in Christ. He realizes that his life is not his own to control, but it belongs to God.

Many professional athletes are now starting to publicly state their opinions about the recent deaths of Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner, Tamir Rice, and others. These professional athletes are now starting to openly state that their lives were changed by the death of a black person.

Jayson had to serve about 16 months in prison before he was paroled. It was a brutal life inside the walls of death row. He said it was hard getting back into the same environment. He said he wanted to change and return to society differently. And he said he wanted God to give him resolution.

Jayson Williams said you can’t let people down but sometimes you need to step up. I guess he might be talking about when he needs to save the community and save himself.
[New]: As the first player to reach a point where he is “the man” in his community, he is able to provide for himself and his family.

This is a great line. I’ve been thinking about it for a few months now. I haven’t really put it into words yet, but it’s so fitting. Because we all think that we can go to jail. But, that’s the only thing we can do. That’s the only thing we can go. I used to think I could go to jail. My mom went to jail for me.

The Orioles will play a vital series against the Red Sox in late August. As we all know, they can always rely on a little help from their friends.

Williams said his loyalty lies not with the new owners, but the fans. He also said it’s important that the fans continue to feel as if they’re a part of the organization, even though the Nets moved to Brooklyn, New York.

“I’ll say life is simpler if you understand the importance of understanding yourself. The greatest gift we can give ourselves is the gift of self – understanding” Jay.

Williams had previously been released from prison, but returned to the Big House earlier this year after failing to complete a drug treatment program.

Jayson Williams was an athlete who suffered a terrible and deadly accident while cycling, and that accident changed his life forever. Despite this, he never stopped doing charity work. He was able to raise millions of dollars for the charity he was working for. Jayson has had to deal with many setbacks, but he has remained determined to help other people.

20th of 40 Jayson Williams Quotes

You will never be able to move on as much as people would like you to, but you will move on.

Jayson has played in the NHL since 2009, has won 4 Calder trophies, is a two time gold medalist at the Winter Olympics, has won the Stanley Cup, and was a member of the 2010 Vancouver 2010 Olympic Gold medal winning team. He has been a captain of the Capitals since 2014-15 and is regarded as a leader in the locker room. He can definitely drink like a boss and is a great ambassador for being the first ever alcoholic athlete.

In prison, you quickly learn instincts you didn’t know you had, such as how to get out of certain problems.

Jayson has tried to make it as easy as possible for his family to remain in the US while he’s dealing with the international ramifications of being a super-hero.

I really had a tough time for a long time.

Yes, I have a beautiful family, but that doesn’t give anyone the right to murder them.

The Mavericks are a team that could certainly use some help in the locker room. The Mavs don’t seem to enjoy being around one another enough. This is not a team that should be spending their free time together. The Mavs will be one of the most improved teams in the NBA next season.

Jayson Williams was a former teammate of Ray Lewis’ that was convicted of armed robbery and sentenced to nine years in prison. After serving time between 2006 and 2010, Williams said he was released from prison and then started working in the NFL. Williams said he learned how to say no in prison, and used this mindset to succeed in the NFL.

I’m sure everyone is just as bad as Jayson, and he knows it. People can’t go through the first two months of prison without falling apart. You may think you’re tough, but we all have a breaking point.

The use of vulgarities or profanity to insult or degrade someone can be considered as a sin, and is condemned in the Bible.

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Jayson Williams said that prison made him a better person after he was convicted of armed robbery.

Jayson Williams said that the only thing that would’ve made him feel better while being locked in the cage was, God. And he’s right.

Jayson Williams said we are like Iraq and we’ve got missiles in our reserves in Syria.

With the NBA Finals coming up and the World Cup in Russia, this seems like a great time to talk about the NBA’s decision to ban members of the Chinese military from entering the United States in a way that has received international backlash from around the world. But this has nothing to do with the WNBA. This is about the NBA.

I think it was in reference to the fact that he may have had a leadership role in the RICO Act. He had the contacts and connections. He may have been a very dangerous person in prison.

Jayson Williams has always related respectfully to blue-collar people because he had a poor working-class upbringing in Chicago as a child.

This statement from Jayson Williams is the first time he discusses his homosexuality. In his book he says he will not go into the details of his sexuality. He discusses that if he does so he will go into the details of his “crimes”. He believes that if he does so he will not have a chance of getting out of prison. Also in the book he states that he was a better person than he used to be. He also says that he has been redeemed in the eyes of God.

Jayson Williams was traded from the Miami Heat to the Los Angeles Clippers in the summer of 2008. During the summer of 2010, Williams came to the Clippers to play in the NBA’s All-Star game. The Clippers and Johnson were in the same division, and he needed help.

Jayson thought about how he was caught up in a whirlwind for a minute before getting out, and he remembered the time that he was in a whirlwind before he went in.

 Jayson Williams said he is much more focused on not minding other people’s business. If you like him, he loves it. If you don’t, that’s your business and he can’t mind it because he has too many things to do.

Jayson Williams said that no athlete wants to end their career with an injury.


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