Jay commenced his professional career when Chicago Bulls drafted him. He played basketball as a pointing guard. After four years, Jay signed a non-guaranteed contract with New Jersey to play for their hometown. But after less than a month, New Jersey released him. Subsequently, Austin Toros signed a contract with him but after two months the contract was finished because he had to undergo a surgery because of injury on his leg. Now he has no plans to again start career as a player.
Currently Jay is working for ESPN as analyst of college basketball. Nine years ago he also served CBS college sports network. In addition, he was also recruited by the Ceruzzi Sports and Entertainment, sports agency.
- Jay Williams Girlfriend 2017:
Let disclose his love life, currently 35 years old Jay is struggling to back together with ex gf. Few years ago, he had dated to Charissa Thompson, a pretty NBC’s Sportscaster. The pair was first encounter when both of these two were working for ESPN. During their relationship they had given much public appearances such as at award ceremonies, bars and many others notable placed.
Who is Jay Married to?
For more than a year, they couple had a very harmonious relationship. The reason of separation is not mentioned anywhere. Now they are sharing photos over the social media seems that they are trying to rekindle their relationship but there is no confirmation about this.
Bio: Former NBA player and current sports analyst was born in Plainfiled. Now he is simply known as Jay Williams. He is the only child of Althea (mother) and David (father). At first he played basketball as his hobby but later his interest increases and then he decided to play it professionally. While being a student at high school, he represented his school many times.
Jay was awarded by many significant titles during his high school days such as New Jersey Player of the Year, (USA Today First-team, McDonald’s and a Parade) All-American. Followed by the titles, Williams was granted by the ‘Morgan Wooten Award. Consequently, he enrolled in the Duke University and played for the Uni basketball team Blue Devils. He excelled in basketball and scored average double figures during his freshman year. He had four successful seasons with the university.