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Jason Williams names the top five big men he's played with: "Shaquille O'Neal is the best five ever"

Point guard Jason Williams never blossomed into superstar status, but his flashy style and eye-popping passing skills made him a fan favorite throughout his 12-year NBA career.

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In an appearance on The OGs podcast, the former Sacramento Kings guard revealed his list of the top five big men he's had the privilege of playing alongside. Unsurprisingly, Shaquille O'Neal topped the list.

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J-Will joined the Miami Heat in the 2005-2006 season when he and James Posey were traded in exchange for wingman Eddie Jones.

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During that season, White Chocolate averaged 12.3 points and 4.9 assists and was a vital cog in the Heat’s run to the NBA title. It is for that reason that Shaq made Williams' list.

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“Shaquille O'Neal is the best five ever. He's on my list, number one,” J-Will told Udonis Haslem and Mike Miller. J-Will also named another f

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“Shaquille O'Neal is the best five ever. He's on my list, number one,” J-Will told Udonis Haslem and Mike Miller.

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J-Will also named another former Heat star, Alonzo Mourning. Although Zo was playing in his 12th NBA season at the time, he was still a defensive menace who never hesitated to go after an opponent’s shot whenever it was in his vicinity.

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Despite playing limited minutes, Zo averaged 2.7 blocks per game in 2006-2006.

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Despite playing limited minutes, Zo averaged 2.7 blocks per game in 2006-2006.

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