Once a highlight factory at the point guard position, it seems like forever ago that Jason Williams was on the hardwood.
His retirement came abruptly after the 2007-'08 season, before returning for short stints with Orlando and Memphis.
Williams played a little over four seasons with the Grizzlies, where he ultimately made a name for himself as a playmaker.
Current point guard Mike Conley Jr. has since eclipsed what was once a franchise leading-number for Williams in assists.
Nonetheless, the 6'1" guard made exactly 500 of his 1,238 career three-pointers in a Grizzlies uniform.
Both Rudy Gay and O.J. Mayo, now former Memphis players, came as close as 12 and 23 makes respectively to overtake Williams, but he remains second in both field goals made and attempted from deep.
Williams' career percentage of 32.4 on threes with the Grizzlies isn't great, but peaked at 35.4 in the 2002-'03 season. However, he is tied with Mayo for the fourth-highest free-throw percentage at a 81.7 clip.