Quote: "If you don't want to get burnt, step aside"
His playing style is quite aggressive, and some people have described it as "blazing". If you don't want problems, you should keep out the way of Jamal Jones. Of a good height and with an excellent physical fitness, he makes playing look as easy as a walk in the park.
In the beginning, his parents thought Jamal had an anger management problem. He used to shout at other children, throw things and pretty much wreak havoc wherever he went. When they took him to a specialist they were told that it was a hyperactivity problem, but all attempts to treat him failed miserably. When they tried to make him focus his attention, all they managed to achieve was increase his impatience and cause fits of anger.
His parents, on the verge of a nervous breakdown, decided to send him to a summer camp where the main activity would be basketball. When he returned he was so excited about the new sport that he didn't even greet his parents when he got off the bus; he went running off to the closest park to play basketball. It was as if he had found an outlet for all of the destructive energy he accumulated. Playing on the court was like an injection of explosive energy: he played, played, played, and played some more, until he wore out all of his opponents and... teammates. If the pace of the game didn't keep up with his expectations, he turned violent. It was not long before nobody wanted to play with him, so he quit going to parks and instead joined up to a team where he could play more intensively.
There, the restrictions laid down by the game's rules penalized Jamal for his aggressive attitude, and his yearning to play made him change his ways so that he could be on the court for the longest amount of time possible. He hardly ever showed any interest in anything that wasn't basketball. His impulsive, intense, and completely aggressive playing style enabled him to make it into the professional league, passing only very briefly through the university league.
In the WBC Jamal is finally in his element: the high level of competition keeps a reign on his aggressiveness and hyperactivity, allowing him to lead a normal life.
Source: The Game Website.