Nicknamed the Junk Yard Dog (or JYD) by Rick Mahorn in his early days as a Detroit Piston for his hard work and hustle (as stated in an interview while he served as a commentator on NBA TV), Williams sometimes referred to himself in the third person. On January 25, 2006, Williams rejoined the Toronto Raptors as their community representative.
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(Junkyard Dog, J.Y.D.) Position: Power Forward and Small Forward Shoots: Right 6-9, 206lb (206cm, 93kg) Born: May 10, 1973 in Washington, District of Columbia us. College: Georgetown. High School: Magruder in Rockville, Maryland. Draft: Detroit Pistons, 1st round (26th pick, 26th overall), 1996 NBA Draft
FSU ‘junkyard dog defense’ has Seminoles back in NCAA Sweet 16. Florida State’s defensive mindset on the basketball court has long been one of a scrappy, tough-minded, tenacious unit focused ...
Jerome ‘Junk Yard Dog’ Williams spent two years at Georgetown and nine years in the NBA. Throughout the course of his collegiate and professional careers, the system took advantage of his intellectual property. Now, he is teaching young athletes what they can be worth. Click HERE for more on the Name, Image, Likeness debate.
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Sylvester Ritter was an American professional wrestler and college football player, best known for his work in Mid-South Wrestling and the World Wrestling Federation as the Junkyard Dog, a nickname he received while working in a wrecking yard. He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame class of 2004. Entering the ring with his trademark chain attached to a dog collar, to the music of Queen's "Another One Bites the Dust," JYD often headlined cards that drew large crowds and regularly sold out the
The 6-foot-7 sophomore plays with an abundance of energy and showed many of signs of filling the junk yard dog role on the Shockers that has been vacant since Rashard Kelly graduated in 2018 ...
‘Junkyard dog’ Terrance Williams proves he belongs in Michigan’s rotation New, 4 comments The true freshman lacks a natural position, but he checks all the boxes when it comes to intangibles.