On the latest episode of "From the Point by Trae Young," NBA underground legend Lou Williams joins his former teammate Trae and FTP's co-host Winston for some incredible storytelling. Lou, who retired over the summer after 17 years in the NBA, shares some memorable moments from his life and career. He tells Trae what it was like to move from Memphis to Atlanta as a kid, and recalls an epic battle with Monta Ellis in high school. He goes into what it was like to be drafted to join his idol, Allen Iverson, on the Philadelphia 76ers, and what Kobe Bryant said to him before dropping 60 points in his final game. Williams also talks about a memorable interaction with Jay-Z, talks his biggest NBA regret, gives Atlanta Hawks star Trae his flowers, and opens up about why he finally decided to call it a career, retire, and become a full-time dad and music label exec. 

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