It was a great time to be a fan of highlight plays when he first arrived on the scene. He, of course, was a part of the same draft class as Vince Carter. As such, there was a time there where catching their highlights weren't just about seeing something cool, it was about possibly seeing something we had never seen before. Each night held anticipation of possibly seeing something new altogether - a fake we hadn't thought of, a dunk we didn't know could be done... it was awesome.
With that said, I also remember Williams often not finishing games with the Kings because he couldn't be relied upon to not
turn the ball over in crunch time. Crazy turn around to see him go from there to leading the league in assist-to-turnover ratio years later in Memphis.
Also, here's Williams' dunk on Mario Elie: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UkUNJZSeJR8