Grey's Anatomy's Jesse William's Becomes PBA League Owner image

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Jesse Williams, who plays Dr. Jackson Avery on "Grey's Anatomy," has become the owner of a Professional Bowling League team. The PBA's commissioner, Tom Clark, announced that Williams is the new owner of the BROOKLYN STyLES pro bowling organization going into the inaugural 2013 season. The team boasts talents such as reigning PBA Player of the Year, Sean Rash, and PBA Hall of Fame's Walter Ray Williams Jr. Williams loves to bowl, and has competed in the PBA League Celebrity All-Stars Tournament the past two years, winning that event's Celebrity Shootout in 2012. wishes Jesse Williams and his team the best of luck!

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