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Corliss Williamson Goes to Work, Barks, Wins Series (2002)
Corliss Williamson Goes to Work, Barks, Wins Series (2002)
Published: 2013/03/19
Channel: Ryan Van Dusen
Corliss Williamson - Big Nasty MIX by MISIEK
Corliss Williamson - Big Nasty MIX by MISIEK
Published: 2008/05/02
Channel: TheKingMisiek
Arkansas - UNC 1995 (Big Nasty Ownage Part 1)
Arkansas - UNC 1995 (Big Nasty Ownage Part 1)
Published: 2008/02/26
Channel: RackensackBushwhack
Kings
Kings' Corliss Williamson talks career, DeMarcus Cousins
Published: 2015/01/23
Channel: The Sacramento Bee
Karl Malone vs Corliss Williamson ● Sacramento Kings 92:99 Utah Jazz ● NBA Playoffs 1999 Game 5
Karl Malone vs Corliss Williamson ● Sacramento Kings 92:99 Utah Jazz ● NBA Playoffs 1999 Game 5
Published: 2015/07/15
Channel: Basketball
Corliss Williamson Levels Brad Miller
Corliss Williamson Levels Brad Miller
Published: 2011/10/08
Channel: Ryan Van Dusen
Corliss Williamson: "Woof, Woof, Woof, MF
Corliss Williamson: "Woof, Woof, Woof, MF'er"
Published: 2015/12/04
Channel: Ryan Van Dusen
Corliss Williamson Gets Nasty in the Open Floor
Corliss Williamson Gets Nasty in the Open Floor
Published: 2015/08/22
Channel: Ryan Van Dusen
Corliss Williamson - Banner Ceremony
Corliss Williamson - Banner Ceremony
Published: 2015/02/19
Channel: Andrew Hutchinson
Arkansas vs. Florida 2/12/1994
Arkansas vs. Florida 2/12/1994
Published: 2015/06/25
Channel: WARMACHINE2013
1994 Final Four Highlights - "Hog Wild"
1994 Final Four Highlights - "Hog Wild"
Published: 2013/02/01
Channel: NCAA On Demand
03/12/1995 SEC Final:  #5 Arkansas Razorbacks vs.  #3 Kentucky Wildcats
03/12/1995 SEC Final: #5 Arkansas Razorbacks vs. #3 Kentucky Wildcats
Published: 2013/08/11
Channel: thacozzman89
1992 McDonald
1992 McDonald's High School All American Game
Published: 2015/01/12
Channel: tcf15
Pistons vs. Raptors - Game 5 (2002 NBA Playoffs) Sportscenter Highlights
Pistons vs. Raptors - Game 5 (2002 NBA Playoffs) Sportscenter Highlights
Published: 2013/03/16
Channel: Ryan Van Dusen
Arkansas vs. Alabama 2/15/1995
Arkansas vs. Alabama 2/15/1995
Published: 2014/03/06
Channel: WARMACHINE2013
Corliss Williamson Pistons Mix [Patrys15]
Corliss Williamson Pistons Mix [Patrys15]
Published: 2009/03/08
Channel: BigPatrys15
Arkansas vs. Tulsa 12/23/1993
Arkansas vs. Tulsa 12/23/1993
Published: 2016/05/24
Channel: WARMACHINE2013
03/26/1993 NCAA East Regional Semifinal:  #4 Arkansas Razorbacks vs. #1 North Carolina Tar Heels
03/26/1993 NCAA East Regional Semifinal: #4 Arkansas Razorbacks vs. #1 North Carolina Tar Heels
Published: 2013/12/13
Channel: thacozzman2
derrick coleman fights corliss williamson
derrick coleman fights corliss williamson
Published: 2013/07/25
Channel: ironCasts
Corliss Williamson Posterizes Harrington
Corliss Williamson Posterizes Harrington
Published: 2011/09/05
Channel: LamarMatic
Future NBA Stars:Class of 1992
Future NBA Stars:Class of 1992
Published: 2007/06/04
Channel: Mister Sinister
Corliss Williamson - Sixth Man of the Year Award Presentation
Corliss Williamson - Sixth Man of the Year Award Presentation
Published: 2016/01/26
Channel: Ryan Van Dusen
Corliss Williamson Summer League Practice Interview
Corliss Williamson Summer League Practice Interview
Published: 2015/07/11
Channel: Sacramento Kings
Corliss Williamson (8 pts) ● Sacramento Kings 92:99 Utah Jazz ● NBA Playoffs 1999 Game 5
Corliss Williamson (8 pts) ● Sacramento Kings 92:99 Utah Jazz ● NBA Playoffs 1999 Game 5
Published: 2015/07/15
Channel: Basketball
Grant Hill 16pts vs. Corliss Williamson 18pts, 2004-05
Grant Hill 16pts vs. Corliss Williamson 18pts, 2004-05
Published: 2016/09/11
Channel: All-around NBA
Arkansas Razorbacks vs Kentucky Wildcats 1995
Arkansas Razorbacks vs Kentucky Wildcats 1995
Published: 2011/03/23
Channel: 513official4
Corliss Williamson Kings Mix [Patrys15]
Corliss Williamson Kings Mix [Patrys15]
Published: 2009/01/17
Channel: BigPatrys15
Jason Williams to Corliss Williamson
Jason Williams to Corliss Williamson
Published: 2006/06/26
Channel: B1LLYHOYLE
Tre Day Bowling Bash: Corliss Williamson
Tre Day Bowling Bash: Corliss Williamson
Published: 2007/08/01
Channel: TreDay92
Corliss Williamson on his return to Sacramento
Corliss Williamson on his return to Sacramento
Published: 2011/11/14
Channel: John Parker
Corliss Williamson honored at halftime
Corliss Williamson honored at halftime
Published: 2015/02/19
Channel: Andrew Hutchinson
Corliss Williamson - Iowa
Corliss Williamson - Iowa
Published: 2011/12/20
Channel: HawkeyeInsider
03/20/1994 NCAA Midwest Regional 2nd Round: #9 Georgetown Hoyas vs.  #1 Arkansas Razorbacks
03/20/1994 NCAA Midwest Regional 2nd Round: #9 Georgetown Hoyas vs. #1 Arkansas Razorbacks
Published: 2014/03/10
Channel: thacozzman2
Corliss Williamson signs autographs for The SI KING 2-4-16
Corliss Williamson signs autographs for The SI KING 2-4-16
Published: 2016/02/05
Channel: SI KING
Cardio ID Kiosk - Corliss Williamson
Cardio ID Kiosk - Corliss Williamson
Published: 2011/11/01
Channel: managedmarketer
Arkansas - UNC 1995 (Big Nasty Ownage Part 2)
Arkansas - UNC 1995 (Big Nasty Ownage Part 2)
Published: 2008/02/26
Channel: RackensackBushwhack
An Interview with Corliss Williamson
An Interview with Corliss Williamson
Published: 2013/01/28
Channel: Central Arkansas Athletics
Sacramento Kings-Jwill Magic with Corliss Williamson
Sacramento Kings-Jwill Magic with Corliss Williamson
Published: 2007/08/24
Channel: paydog23
Scotty, Corliss, and Nolan
Scotty, Corliss, and Nolan
Published: 2009/03/02
Channel: Marcus Carlton
2002-2003 Detroit Pistons Starting Lineups
2002-2003 Detroit Pistons Starting Lineups
Published: 2013/06/28
Channel: NBAVideoProvider
Jarvis Garner and Corliss Williamson discuss Bears 3-OT Win against McNeese
Jarvis Garner and Corliss Williamson discuss Bears 3-OT Win against McNeese
Published: 2013/01/25
Channel: Central Arkansas Athletics
NBA 2K16_Corliss Williamson
NBA 2K16_Corliss Williamson
Published: 2016/02/07
Channel: Tgor
Corliss Williamson
Corliss Williamson's Message to Bear Fans
Published: 2012/11/05
Channel: Central Arkansas Athletics
1994 Razorback Rupp Locker Room Celebration
1994 Razorback Rupp Locker Room Celebration
Published: 2014/03/04
Channel: TheBrandonbcate
Barack Obama and Corliss Williamson: 1-on-1 basketball?
Barack Obama and Corliss Williamson: 1-on-1 basketball?
Published: 2008/10/25
Channel: dbrddr
Coach Corliss Williamson and Robert Crawford after the Southeastern Louisiana Game
Coach Corliss Williamson and Robert Crawford after the Southeastern Louisiana Game
Published: 2013/02/01
Channel: Central Arkansas Athletics
Coleman
Coleman's 150th - Larry Lacewell - Corliss Williamson
Published: 2012/02/23
Channel: ColemanDairy
Vlade Divac Gives the No-Look Pass to Corliss Williamson (1999-2000 Season) (1999 ESPN.com video)
Vlade Divac Gives the No-Look Pass to Corliss Williamson (1999-2000 Season) (1999 ESPN.com video)
Published: 2015/01/23
Channel: JunkMediaUSA
Corliss Williamson
Corliss Williamson's Badass Reverse Layup (1998-1999 Season) (1999 NBA.com)
Published: 2015/01/23
Channel: JunkMediaUSA
OBM - Basketball Player - Corliss Williamson
OBM - Basketball Player - Corliss Williamson
Published: 2016/10/06
Channel: Our Best Moments
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Corliss Williamson
Corliss Williamson Sixers.jpg
Williamson in 2005
Orlando Magic
Position Assistant coach
League NBA
Personal information
Born (1973-12-04) December 4, 1973 (age 43)
Russellville, Arkansas
Nationality American
Listed height 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m)
Listed weight 245 lb (111 kg)
Career information
High school Russellville (Russellville, Arkansas)
College Arkansas (1992–1995)
NBA draft 1995 / Round: 1 / Pick: 13th overall
Selected by the Sacramento Kings
Playing career 1995–2007
Position Power forward / Small forward
Number 4, 34, 35, 14
Coaching career 2007–present
Career history
As player:
19952000 Sacramento Kings
2000–2001 Toronto Raptors
20012004 Detroit Pistons
2004–2005 Philadelphia 76ers
20052007 Sacramento Kings
As coach:
2007–2009 Arkansas Baptist (assistant)
2009–2010 Arkansas Baptist
2010–2013 Central Arkansas
20132016 Sacramento Kings (assistant)
2016–present Orlando Magic (assistant)
Career highlights and awards
Career NBA statistics
Points 9,147 (11.1 ppg)
Rebounds 3,183 (3.9 rpg)
Assists 972 (1.2 apg)
Stats at Basketball-Reference.com

Corliss Mondari Williamson (born December 4, 1973) is an American basketball coach and former basketball player who played for four teams during his 12-year NBA career. He currently serves as an assistant coach for the Orlando Magic. His nickname is "Big Nasty",[1] a moniker he received from his AAU coach when he was 13.[2] Williamson was a dominating power forward in college, but became an undersized power forward in the NBA and mostly played at the small forward position.

Amateur career[edit]

High school[edit]

Corliss Williamson played basketball at Russellville High School, where he achieved numerous accolades. He was a three-time all-conference and all-state selection, and was named the Gatorade National Player of the Year in 1991 and 1992.[2] Prior to his senior year, Williamson held his own against future teammate Chris Webber in an AAU championship game, getting 37 points to Webber's 38 points. As a senior Williamson averaged twenty-eight points and nine rebounds per game,[3] and led his team to the King Cotton Classic championship. In the title game, Russellville defeated a team led by Jason Kidd, with Williamson blocking a potential game-winner by Kidd at the buzzer. Williamson was named tournament MVP, but gave his medal to Kidd at the award podium.[2] Williamson closed out his high school career with a selection to play in the 1992 McDonald's All-American Game.[4][5] He came in second in scoring to game MVP Othella Harrington, with fourteen points, and also had ten rebounds.[6] His #34 jersey has been retired by Russellville High and hangs on the wall of the school's arena, along with his McDonald's All-American jersey.

College[edit]

Williamson played at the University of Arkansas for head coach Nolan Richardson from 1992 to 1995. In the 1992–93 season, Williamson led Arkansas to a 22–9 record and a Sweet 16 appearance in the NCAA Tournament, losing to the eventual national champion, the North Carolina Tar Heels. Williamson averaged 14.6 points and 5.1 rebounds per game,[1] and was named to the SEC All-Freshman Team.

In the 1993-94 season Williamson was named Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA Tournament while leading the Razorbacks to a 31–3 record and their only championship under coach Richardson by defeating the Duke Blue Devils, 76-72, in the title game. Williamson led the team into the championship game in 1995 as well, but Arkansas lost to UCLA, finishing 32–7.

In three seasons at Arkansas, Williamson was named to the SEC All-Freshman Team in 1993, and was 1st Team All-SEC in 1993, 1994, and 1995. He was also named the SEC Player of the Year for the 1993–94 and 1994–95 seasons, and was named 2nd Team All-American for both years as well. In addition to the 1994 NCAA National Championship, Williamson also led the Razorbacks to the SEC West Division title all three seasons, and the SEC regular season championship in 1994 and 1995. Williamson finished his career at Arkansas with 1,728 points, which ranks 8th all-time in school history. Williamson was inducted into the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame in 2009. His jersey (#34) is one of only two that have ever been retired by the University of Arkansas, along with Sidney Moncrief (#32). He is considered one of the five greatest players in school history.[7]

NBA career[edit]

Williamson declared for the NBA Draft following his junior season, and was selected by the Sacramento Kings as a lottery pick (13th overall) in the first round of the 1995 NBA Draft. His best career year was in the 1997–98 season when he played 79 games and averaged 17.7 points per game for the Kings, finishing second to Alan Henderson for the NBA Most Improved Player Award. After Sacramento traded him prior to the 2000–01 season to the Toronto Raptors (in exchange for Doug Christie), for whom he played 42 games, Williamson was traded to the Detroit Pistons where in the 2001–02 season he was named the NBA's Sixth Man of the Year and eventually was a member of the Pistons' 2003–04 NBA Championship team. Although coming off the bench, Williamson served a pivotal role in the Detroit offense. His coaches often looked to him in the low post when the Pistons needed a basket, where his unique skill set made him a difficult matchup as he was too powerful for small forwards to guard and too quick for power forwards. After being traded by the Pistons along with an undisclosed amount of cash to the Philadelphia 76ers for Derrick Coleman and Amal McCaskill on August 8, 2004, he was again traded back to the Kings along with Brian Skinner and Kenny Thomas for power forward Chris Webber on February 22, 2005.[1]

Williamson has the distinction of being one of the few professional basketball players to win national championships at three different levels, AAU, the NCAA with Arkansas, and the NBA with Detroit.

Coaching[edit]

Williamson announced his retirement in September, 2007 to become an assistant coach at Arkansas Baptist College.[8] He worked as a volunteer coach during his three years at Arkansas Baptist, succeeding Charles Ripley as the head coach for his final season at the school.[9]

On March 12, 2010, Williamson was announced as the men's head basketball coach at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, Arkansas. Promising to play an exciting style of play similar to his former head coach Nolan Richardson,[9] Williamson's teams improved gradually each season, but still never won more than half of their games.[10]

On August 2, 2013, Williamson left Central Arkansas to become an assistant for the Sacramento Kings.[11]

On June 29, 2016, it was announced that Williamson had left the Kings to take an assistant coaching position with the Orlando Magic under new head coach Frank Vogel. [12]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Corliss Williamson." www.basketball-reference.com. Retrieved April 5, 2014.
  2. ^ a b c Woodson, Craig. "Corliss Williamson: Title Taker." www.searcyliving.net, August, 2008. Retrieved May 30, 2014.
  3. ^ "Corliss Mondari Williamson (1973–)." www.encyclopediaofarkansas.net. Retrieved April 5, 2014.
  4. ^ "McDonald's All-American: Boys Alumni." Retrieved February 25, 2012.
  5. ^ "McDonalds High School Basketball All-American Teams." www.basketball-reference.com. Retrieved April 5, 2014.
  6. ^ Historical timeline for McDonald's game Retrieved February 25, 2012.
  7. ^ "Inductees - Class of 2009." www.arkansassportshalloffame.com. Retrieved April 5, 2014.
  8. ^ Associated Press. "Williamson to retire, take assistant job at Arkansas Baptist College." www.espn.com, September 25, 2007. Retrieved April 5, 2014.
  9. ^ a b McCollum, David. "Corliss Williamson: From 'Big Nasty' to 'Big Bear' for UCA Basketball. www.thecabin.net, March 12, 2010. Retrieved February 7, 2013
  10. ^ "Corliss Williamson's coaching record." www.basketball-reference.com. Retrieved February 7, 2013.
  11. ^ "Sacramento Kings hire Corliss Williamson as an assistant coach". InsideHoops.com. August 2, 2013. Retrieved August 2, 2013. 
  12. ^ Carter, Jimmy. "Williamson Joins Orlando Magic Staff." www.wholehogsports.com, June 29, 2016. Retrieved December 2, 2016.

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