Miracles sign U.S. college slam dunk champion James Justice

Released: November 20, 2015




The Moncton Miracles are pleased to announce the signing of 5-foot-10 point guard James Justice. 


Justice attended Martin Methodist College in Memphis where he averaged 17.1 points, 4.7 rebounds, and 4.6 assists per game. Last year Justice played in Tunisia (Club Africain Tunis) where he averaged 9.4 points, 3.9 rebounds, and 3.6 assists in just seven games. Justice was with the Miracles a couple years ago but the team could not get his contract cleared through FIBA. 


Coach Serge Langis says James Justice will make the Miracles a better team right away. “He can read the floor and create offense based on what he sees. Nothing rattles him as he sizes up situations and he’s a team leader in every sense of the word.”


Justice is a two-time NAIA first team all-American and U.S. college slam dunk champion. He is represented by Toronto agent Tom Rajabzadeh.


The Miracles begin training camp on Dec. 14 at Crandall University.


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