Former NBA great Jayson Williams tells what it's like to be member of a professional basketball team. He reveals the often humorous/serious side of the sport, simultaneously bringing to the reader all the highs and lows of becoming one that millions of whom many fans cheer. Williams talks about his "humble" beginnings in both rural and urban settings, his multi-racial background, and all the people that were responsible for his success in the field of professional athletics. Through sixteen chapters, the ex-New Jersey Net explores the price of celebrity as he sees it.
This report prepared by Reginald D. Garrard