Life Is Not an Accident: A Memoir of Reinvention

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04This big-hearted memoir because of the most promising professional basketball player of his generation details his rise to NBA stardom, the terrible accident that ended his career and plunged him in to a life-altering depression, and just how he ultimately found his another option of the darkness.

Ten years back, Jay Williams was at the start of a brilliant professional basketball career. The Chicago Bulls’ top draft pick—and the 2nd pick from the entire draft—he had the truly great Michael Jordan’s locker. Then he ran his high-performance motorcycle head-on in a light pole, severely damaging himself and ending his career.

In this intense, hard-hitting, and deeply profound memoir, Williams covers the accident that transformed him. Sometimes, the memories are very fresh, he is like he’ll never escape yesteryear. Most days, he finds an abandoned peace as being a commentator on ESPN and since an entrepreneur who will only look back in astonishment at his younger self—a kid who been there all, thought he was invincible, and lost everything . . . and then gain new wisdom.

Williams also shares behind the scenes information of life just as one All-American. He tells it straight in regards to the scandalous recruiting process and his awesome decision to go back to Duke and Coach K—a man who taught him about accountability—to finish his education. He also speaks out about corruption—among coaches, administrators, players, and alumni—and about his amount of time in the NBA, introducing us into a dark underworld culture inside the pros: the gambling, drugs, and sex atlanta divorce attorneys city, with players on every team.

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