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John 'Hot Rod' Williams
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Basketball Player
    (August 9, 1962-December 11, 2015)
    Born in Sorrento, Louisiana
    Attended Tulane University
    Drafted 21st overall by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 1985 NBA Draft
    Power forward/Center for the Cleveland Cavaliers (1986-1995), Phoenix Suns (1995-1998) and the Dallas Mavericks (1999)
    His nickname came from the time he was doing noises that sound like an engine as a baby.
    He was nearly kicked out of his basketball team for his unreliable habit of skipping practices as a college sophomore.
    He was arrested as he was linked to a point shaving scandal (March 27, 1985).
    There was another NBA player who played in the same time as him named John Williams who is nicknamed 'Hot Plate.'
    He played a season in the United States Basketball League instead of the Cavaliers after being drafted by the team.
    The Cavaliers traded him for Dan Majerle.
    He was arrested for the gun shot noises in a party at his house (May 25, 2011).
    He left Tulane with a career of 1841 points scored.
    He, Ron Harper and Brad Daugherty were on the NBA All-Rookie Team (1987).
    In the 1989-1990 NBA season, he made averages of 2.04 blocked shots, 16.8 points and 8.1 rebounds per game.
    He held the all-time Cavalier shots blocked record with 1,200 until it was surpassed by Zydrunas Ilgauskas in the 2008-2009 season.
    He retired from his NBA playing career with 1,456 shots blocked.
    He donates his time to build houses for people.

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