Jawad Williams News & Bio

Name:Jawad Williams
Hometown:Lakewood, OH
High School:St. Edward
Born:February 19, 1983 (36)
Height/Weight:6-9, 218
Position:Power Forward
Pro Team:Alvark Tokyo (Japan)
Notes:Basketball, 2001 McDonald's All-American
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Q&A With Former UNC Basketball Player And 2005 National Champion Jawad Williams
14 years removed from his playing days at UNC, Jawad Williams is still a familiar face around the Dean Dome. He practices there faithfully when...

UNC Basketball's Top 100 Players: 71-80
71. Jawad Williams (2001-05, PF): As a key cog in UNC’s championship machine, Williams transformed himself from a volume scorer into an ultra-efficient secondary option...

Jawad Williams suffers season-ending achilles injury playing for Alvark Tokyo
Veteran forward Jawad Williams filled a vital role for the Alvark Tokyo during the club’s 2017-18 B. League championship season. He had a knack for...

At All Levels, Former UNC Basketball Star Jawad Williams Brings His Best Game to the Court
Jawad Williams entered UNC under coach Matt Doherty, and later the team was led by coach Roy Williams. During his time there, Williams experienced both...

Jawad Williams: Learning on the Job
Jawad Williams: On November 6th, UNC basketball will open the season against Wofford. Like all Tar Heel fans, we hope this season ends with a...

Jawad Williams: Season 14
Jawad Williams: The 14th year of my professional career is about to start. I’ve played in eight different countries, changed teams a few times, had...

Jawad Williams: The Boys are Back in Town
Jawad Williams: "I’m sure by now you have heard the stories about former Tar Heels returning to Chapel Hill during the summer. The difference between...

Carolina Insider Podcast: Jawad Williams, The Poddy Awards & Theo Pinson
Jawad Williams, starting forward on UNC's 2005 NCAA championship team, joins the Carolina Insider podcast in Friday's episode to discuss his long overseas playing career,...

UNC Basketball's Top 100 Players: 61-70
70. Ademola Okulaja (1995-1999, SF/PF, Berlin, Germany) After losing Antawn Jamison, Vince Carter, and Shammond Williams following the 1998 season, senior Okulaja stepped up in...

Four Corners: UNC Alumni vs Current Players Pickup Games Highlight Camp Week
Roy Williams' Carolina Basketball Camp has completed its first session. One of the highlights is the scrimmage between former Tar Heel players and members of...

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