Jason Williams

If Kobe Bryant is looking for inspiration in retirement, he can look to one of his oldest rivals: Jason Williams.

"White Chocolate" is 40 years old and hasn't played in the NBA in five years. But he's becoming an old man's pick-up game viral star. In his latest act (which was actually filmed a few months ago, but released this week), Williams dazzles in a pro-am game at Orlando's Amway Center.

Williams hasn't lost his mojo. Look at that oversized long-sleeve shirt and baggy orange shorts. He still has eye-popping handles and a strong no-look passing game. The only thing noticeable different about Williams is his full head of hair.

Williams played for the Magic from 2009-2011, and he played one college season for Florida in nearby Gainesville. Rec league ballers beware: if you see Jason Williams, know he can still play.

According to YouTube, the Williams highlights are part of an upcoming documentary on Pedro's Posse, an Orlando pro-am team.

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