The ESPN analyst shares his vision for the future of college athletics.
ESPN analyst and former NBA player Jay Williams joins HuffPost Live to discuss his new memoir "Life Is Not an Accident: A
After playing just one season with the Bulls, Williams violated his contract by riding his motorcycle -- and crashed into
It's not every day you get to here what really happens on the court -- as the final seconds tick down to a NCAA national championship. But that's exactly what happened to me on Friday when I had a chance to chat with Duke legend Jay Williams
We were both on the brink of achieving our dreams -- his was a huge, national one, mine was a clichéd, personal one -- but there are threads of similarity in our struggles. However, what makes us different is that he has stopped chasing the ghost of his pre-injury life. I have not.
Need help? In the U.S., call 1-800-273-8255 for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Williams' parents knew of their
"The first thing I yell is, 'I threw it all away,'" Williams says. "I felt at that moment that I had thrown everything I
The accident immediately ended his career and nearly took his life. Williams severed a main nerve in his foot, fractured
Iyanla walks over to Ryan's mother, who explains why she is having such an emotional reaction. For weeks, Iyanla Vanzant
If this story is actually what I believe it to be, a wake-up call from the universe, men will stop making excuses, women will stop being angry, and people will start talking and healing the things that really matter: relationships, families and our collective investment in the future of this world.