Jason Williams Reacts To Tyrese Haliburton’s Attempted Elbow Pass On ‘No Media Show’

In a recent episode of the ‘No Media Show,’ presented by Ford Motor Company and PlayersTV, basketball legend Jason Williams reacted to Tyrese Haliburton‘s daring attempt at replicating one of his iconic moves – the elbow pass. Haliburton, a rising star in the NBA, showcased his skills during a game, attempting the flashy maneuver made famous by Williams himself.

Analyzing the Elbow Pass

During the segment, Williams and his co-hosts analyzed the clip of Haliburton’s pass, breaking down the execution and discussing its significance. The pass, which involved a fake to the left reminiscent of driving towards Giannis Antetokounmpo before delivering a pass with the right hand, ultimately found its target.

Williams’ Admiration for Haliburton

Williams, known for his flashy style of play during his time in the NBA, expressed his admiration for Haliburton’s audacity in attempting the move. He commended the young player for his willingness to take risks and showcase creativity on the court.

“Check this pass out, you fake like you’re going to Giannis and hit it with your right. I like it. He just didn’t get enough on it, but it still got to Dame,” remarked Williams as he watched the clip.

Reflections on the Elbow Pass

Reflecting on his own experiences with the elbow pass, Williams shared insights into the level of practice and dedication required to master such a maneuver. “You said that you practiced that. How many times have you seen me do it?” Williams questioned, highlighting the rarity of the move.

“Like three times in my life. I probably practiced that thing like 20,000 times, bro,” Williams continued, emphasizing the dedication needed to perfect such a flashy move. Despite its complexity, Williams expressed his satisfaction that Haliburton attempted the pass, underscoring the importance of creativity and innovation in the game of basketball.

Essence of the ‘No Media Show’

The exchange between Williams and his co-hosts captured the essence of the ‘No Media Show,’ providing fans with unique insights and perspectives from basketball legends like Williams himself. As the conversation unfolded, viewers gained a deeper appreciation for the artistry and skill required to excel in the sport.


In conclusion, Tyrese Haliburton’s homage to Jason Williams with his attempted elbow pass served as a testament to the enduring influence of basketball icons. Williams’ reaction on the ‘No Media Show’ offered fans a glimpse into the camaraderie and mutual respect shared among players across generations. As the NBA continues to evolve, moments like these serve as reminders of the game’s rich history and the enduring legacy of its greatest innovators.

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Written by KrispyLakersNation

[[Anthony L. McKnight II]] also known as Krispy was Born in Rochester, NY attending the "School Of The Arts" Class of 2009. He graduated with a Regents Arts diploma while studying Creative Writing and other arts. He recently became the founder of the Los Angeles Lakers Fan Club on Clubhouse. His club has hosted several celebrity interviews inside the fan club, from names such as Robert Horry, Gloria James, Mark Medina, Jovan Buha. His favorite hobby is spending a day out in nature, favorite sports basketball & football.

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