Justin Gray – Forward – FREE AGENT

Name: Justin Gray
Born: December 15, 1995
Passport: American/U.S. Virgin Islands
Position: Forward
Height: 198 cm / 6’6″
Team: BC Rahoveci (Balkan League)

Justin Gray is a 198 cm (6’6”) forward who has an outstanding all-around game. He is long and athletic, and has a great one or two dribble pull-up or step-back shot from mid-range. Justin is outstanding in getting into the lane and playing off two feet to create his own shot or to get teammates in position to score. His biggest strength on offense is his mid-range game where he can face-up and use his athletic ability to elevate over defenders and shoot, or drive and finish with either hand around the basket. Justin is a coachable player who keeps it simple and reads defense well. He runs the floor well, finishes strong, and makes excellent decisions in transition or half court offense. He is a great on-the-ball defender where he uses his size, athletic ability, and footwork to stop perimeter players and power forwards, which adds versatility to his defensive skill set. When guards are being pressured, he brings the ball up the floor and has the ability to start his team’s offense. Justin is a very reliable and consistent player that brings stability and competitive drive to his teams.

During 2018/2019 season, Justin played for Bristol Flyers in British League. He averaged 14 points, 5 rebounds, 1.2 steals per game and shot 42% from the field, 34% from behind the 3-point line, and 74% from the charity line. Below are highlights and some full games from British league:

24 points & 5 rebounds vs. Plymouth

20 points, 10 rebounds, & 2 steals vs. Worchester

25 points, 4 rebounds, & 2 steals vs. Manchester

During his 4-years at Texas Tech University he played for two great coaches, Chris Beard and Tubby Smith. Throughout his college career he played an average of 24 minutes per game and averaged 8 points and 4 rebounds per game and shot 50% from the field and 80% from the free throw line. During his senior season, the team made it to Elite 8 of NCAA Tournament and finished 2nd in Big 12 Conference. This was Texas Tech’s most accomplished season ever. He was All-Big 12 Academic 1st Team during last three of his four seasons and All-Big 12 Academic Rookie Team  during his freshman year at Texas Tech University. Below are his highlights from his senior season:

In his years at Texas Tech University he had some outstanding games versus top ranked teams:

23 points & 7 rebounds vs. Kansas State (GAME BELOW)

20 points & 7 rebounds vs. No. 1 ranked Oklahoma (GAME BELOW)

18 points vs. TCU

17 points vs. No. 21 ranked Baylor

16 points vs. Oklahoma State

13 points & 10 rebounds vs. No. 5 ranked Baylor

15 points vs. No. 14 ranked Iowa State

15 points vs. No. 10 ranked West Virginia

12 points, 6 rebounds, & 3 steals vs No. 10 ranked Kansas (GAME BELOW)

12 points & 7 rebounds vs. No. 11 ranked Purdue (GAME BELOW)

Below are his highlights from his junior season:

He has been a member of U.S. Virgin Islands’ National Team. In a win against Canada, Justin had 14 points and 10 rebounds. Below are highlights from that game:

Career

2019/2020 BK Rahoveci – BALKAN LEAGUE/KOSOVO 14ppg, 8rpg
2018/2019 Bristol Flyers – UK 14ppg, 5rpg, 1.2spg
2017/2018

2016/2017

2015/2016

2014/2015

Texas Tech University -NCAA I 5ppg, 4rpg, FG: 47%, FT: 8o%

9ppg, 5rpg, FG: 53%, FT: 73%   

9ppg, 4rpg, FG: 51%, FT: 78%

7ppg, 3rpg, FG: 49%, FT: 72%

                                 

Achievements

 2017/2018 Elite 8 of NCAA Tournament
 2018/2017, 2016/2017, 2015/2016 All-Big 12 Academic 1st Team
2014/2015 All-Big 12 Academic Rookie Team

Videos

#5 in black: 12 points, 6 rebounds, 3 steals vs. No. 10 ranked Kansas

https://youtu.be/SLqf1gGmnwM

23 points & 7 rebounds vs. Kansas State

20 points, 7 rebounds, & 3 assists vs. No. 1 ranked Oklahoma

12 points & 7 rebounds vs. No. 11 ranked Purdue University

Javonte ‘JJ’ Douglas – Forward/Power Forward – Olomoucko (Czech Republic)

Name: Javonte ‘J J’ Douglas
Born: November 28, 1992
Passport: American
Position: Forward/Power Forward
Height: 202 cm / 6’8″
Team: Olomoucko (Czech Republic)

Javonte “J J” Douglas is a 202 cm (6’8”) versatile forward/power forward who can score in various ways. He is long and athletic, and has a great one or two dribble pull-up and step-back shot from mid-range. J J is outstanding in getting into the lane and playing off two feet to create his own shot. His biggest strength on offense is his mid-range game where he can face-up and use his athletic ability to elevate over defenders and shoot, or drive and finish with either hand around the basket. As a great rebounder, he puts himself in a position to get second shot opportunities which is essential to his team. He is a coachable player who keeps it simple and reads defense well. J J  runs the floor well and makes excellent decisions in transition or half court offense. In addition, he is a solid on-the-ball defender and uses his size and athletic ability to stop players from driving or shooting over him.

During 2018/2019 season, J J has been for Olomoucko in Czech Republic. He is averaging 21ppg (1st), 10rpg (2nd),  3apg, and 1.3sppg (4th) with 62% shooting from the field. He is leading the league in efficiency with 28 RNK. In addition, J J scored 26 points in Czech All-Star Game and won 1-on-1 challenge competition. He earned 8 Player of the Week honors throughout this season and was Player of the Month in March. J J WAS NAMED MVP OF CZECH KOOPERATIVE LEAGUE this season. Olomoucko finished in 3rd place in the regular season and in Czech Cup. In quarter-finals of Playoffs, they beat Pardubice (4:0) and will be competing in semi-finals. Below are highlights from this season and two full games against top teams in Czech Republic:

2018/2019 Czech league highlights

27 points, 10 rebounds, 6 assists vs. Champions League team, Opava

30 points & 8 rebounds vs. Czech champs/Champions League team, Nymburk

During 2017/2018 season, J.J. played for Lefke in North Cyprus league. He averaged 23 points and 8 rebounds per game. Lefke finished 2nd in the regular season and won two cup tilles. In April 2018, J.J. signed to play for Taranaki Mountainairs in New Zealand. He was named 2nd team All-New Zealand selection and averaged 21.6 points, 10.8 rebounds, and 2.5 assists per game and show 54% from the field and 42% from behind the 3-point line. Below are highlights from New Zealand’s league:

After graduating from The University of Montevallo, J.J. played playoffs for Sol de America basketball club in Paraguay. They finished 3rd in the league and he averaged 30 points and 10 rebounds per game. Below are the highlights from Paraguayan league:

In July, he played for Matadors in THE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT. The team won the first game versus Washington Generals and lost by 11 points to 3-year champs, Overseas Elite. In the game against Overseas Elite, he led the team in scoring with 17 points. His TBT teammates were John Roberson (Enisey), Jaye Crockett (Le Portel), Rion Brown (Promitheas), Toddrick Gotcher (Ifestos), Quantez Robertson (Frankfurt), Ronald Ross (Keravnos), Terell Parks (Promitheas), Quincy Diggs (Aalstar), and otherss. Below are highlights from TBT:

During the 2016/2017 season, J.J. was a NCAA Division II All-American at The University of Montevallo. The team finished as the Peach Belt Conference co-champions and J.J. was named a first team All-Peach Belt Conference selection. In 2017, J.J. was one of 50 finalists for the Bevo Francis Award recognizing the top small college basketball player in the nation. J.J., a four-time Peach Belt Conference Player of the Week selection, led the conference in three separate statistical categories. He averaged a conference-high 24.2 points per game and a conference-best 11.3 rebounds per game to go along with a conference-leading 46.5 percent (40-of-86) shooting from beyond the 3-point line. J.J. is the only player nationally in NCAA Division II to be ranked in the top 10 in both scoring and rebounding. He finished in double figures in scoring in every game he played in and posted a conference-leading 14 double-doubles this season. J.J. scored in double figures in all 22 games he played in for the University of Montevalllo this season. In NABC All-Star Game, J.J. scored 23 points. During the 2015/2016 season, J.J. redshirted in his first season with The University of Montevallo. Below are his college highlights from The University of Montevallo:

During the 2013/2014 season, J.J. played at the College of Central Florida in Ocala, Florida. He was named a second team National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) All-American. J. J. was also named the Mid-Florida Conference Player of the Year and averaged 17.2 points per game and 9.1 rebounds per game.

During the 2012/2013 season, J.J. competed at Hill College in Hillsboro, Texas. He earned honorable mention National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) All-American honors, first team All-Region honors, and was the Most Valuable Player in the Northern Texas Junior College Athletic Conference. J.J. averaged 16.3 points per game and 6.5 rebounds per game.

Career

2018/2019 Olomoucko – CZECH REPUBLIC 21ppg, 10rpg, 3apg, 1.3spg, FG: 62%
2017/2018 Taranaki – NEW ZEALAND                                                  

Lefke – NORTH CYPRUS  

Sol de America – PARAGUAY

21.6ppg, 10.6rpg, 2.5apg, FG: 54%, 3PT: 41%                              

24ppg, 8rpg

30ppg, 10rpg, 3PT: 40%, FT: 80%

2016/2017

2013/2014

University of Montevallo – NCAA II

College of Central Florida – JUCO 

24.2ppg, 11.3rpg, FG: 53%, 3PT: 46.5%, FT: 78%

17.2pg, 9.1rpg

2012/2013 Hill College – JUCO  16.3ppg, 6.5rpg

Achievements

 2018/2019 MVP of Czech League, All-Star Selection, 1-on-1 Challenge Winner, Player of the Month, & 8 Player of the Week Honors
 2017/2018 Northern Cyprus League Cup Winner

 2017/2018 2nd Team All-New Zealand Selection

 2016/2017 Peach Belt Co-Champion & 1st Team All-Peach Belt Conference Selection & NCAA II All-American/NABC NCAA II All-American
 2013/2014 JUCO All-American
 2013/2014 Mid-Florida Conference Player of the Year 
 2012/2013 JUCO All-American
 2012/2013 Northern Texas Junior College Athletic Conference MVP

Videos

Full College Games

34 points & 17 rebounds vs. Lane College

33 points & 20 rebounds vs. Lander University

Tylor Ongwae – Forward – Bakken Bears (FIBA Europe Cup)

Name: Tylor Okari Ongwae
Born: July 15, 1991
Passport: Kenyan (Cotonou)
Position: Forward
Height: 200 cm / 6’7″
Team: Bakken Bears (FIBA Europe Cup)

Tylor Ongwae is a 200 cm forward who can score in various ways. He is long and athletic, and has a great one or two dribble pull-up or step-back shot from mid-range. Tylor is outstanding in getting into the lane and playing off two feet to create his own shot or to get teammates in position to score. His biggest strength on offense is his mid-range game where he can face-up and use his athletic ability to elevate over defenders and shoot, or drive and finish with either hand around the basket. Tylor is a coachable player who keeps it simple and reads defense well. He runs the floor well and makes excellent decisions in transition or half court offense. He is a solid on-the-ball defender where he uses his size, athletic ability, and footwork to stop perimeter players from driving or shooting over him. When guards are being pressured, he brings the ball up the floor and has the ability to start his team’s offense.

In June of 2018, Tylor signed to play for Danish champs, Bakken Bears. Since Bakken Bears did not qualify to play in Basketball Champions League, they competed in FIBA Europe Cup and advanced to quarter-finals. As a starter in 22 minutes per game in 16 FIBA Europe Cup games, Tylor averaged 10 points, 4.5 rebounds, 1.3 steals per game, and shot 50% from the field, 37% from behind the 3-points line, and 74% from the free throw line. In quarter-finals of FIBA Europe Cup, Bakken Bears lost to German team Wuerzburg.

In Danish league in 22 minutes per game as a starter, Tylor averaged 11 points, 4 rebounds, 1.2 steals per game, and shot amazing 64% from the field, 31% from behind the 3-point line, and 78% from the free throw line. In Finals of the domestic league, they beat Horsens IC 4:0 to win Danish Championship. Below are highlights and the last game of the season against Wuerzburg.

15 points & 6 rebounds vs. German team, Wuerzburg

During 2017/2018 season, Tylor played for Massagno in Swiss top league. He averaged 15.3 points, 5.4 rebounds, and 2.5 assists per game while shooting 54% from the field, 32% from behind the 3-point line, and 75% from the charity line. Massagno made it to the Final 4 of the Swiss Cup and finished the regular season in 4th place. Below are highlights from Swiss league:

During the second part of 2016/2017 season, Tylor signed to play for Taranaki in New Zealand. The league began in March and he averaged 18 points and 5.7 rebounds per game while shooting 54% from the field, 34% behind the 3-point line, and 71% from the free throw line. He was named New Zealand NBL All-Imports Team and 2nd Team All-NBL.

During the first part of 2016/2017 season, Tylor played for Swedish champions, Sodertalje. In Basketball Champions League qualifications, they played two games against Finish champions, Kataja, and Tylor averaged 17 points and 5 rebounds. After failing to advance, Sodertalje very successfully competed in FIBA Europe Cup. In 9 FIBA Europe Cup games, Tylor averaged 10.4 points and 4 rebounds in 22 minutes of play while shooting 47% from the field, 37% behind the 3-point line, and 86% from the free throw line. The team qualified to play the second round.

During 2015/2016 season, Tylor played for Solna Vikings in Swedish Basketettan league where the team won the league. Tylor was named MVP of the league and the team’s captain. He averaged 21 points, 11 rebounds, 3 assists, 2.2 steals, while shooting 66% from the field, 37% from behind the 3-point line, and 79% from the free throw line.  After the Swedish league, Tylor joined Avellino in Italian top league to play Playoffs as a replacement/insurance player. The team lost in semi-finals and Tylor played in two games. In one game he played 15 minutes and had 9 points and 2 rebounds with 2/2 from the field, 1/2 from behind the 3-point line, and 2/2 from the free throw line. 

During 2014/2015 season, Tylor led The University of Louisiana at Monroe in scoring with 14.4 points per game, and was second on the team in rebounding with 6.6 rebounds per game, while also averaging 3 assists per game. He was named Sun Belt All-Conference First Team. The team had a great season, finishing as the runner-up of the prestigious CBI Tournament. They finished the season with 24-14 record. His outstanding coach, Coach Keith Richard, was named Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year. His teams are known for being tough-minded athletic defensive-oriented teams that are patient on offense and have ability to score in various ways. Below are Tylor’s college highlights:

During 2013/2014 season, Tylor led The University of Louisiana at Monroe in scoring with 16.2 points per game, while also grabbing 5.8 rebounds per contest. He was named Sun Belt All-Conference Third Team.

Prior to signing with the University of Louisiana at Monroe, he was an outstanding junior college player at Ranger Junior College in Texas. There, he averaged 16.2 points and 8.3 rebounds per game, and made All-Conference and All-Region teams. Tylor has been a member of the Kenyan Senior National Team.

Career

2018/2019 Bakken Bears – DENMARK

FIBA EUROPE CUP

11ppg, 4rpg, FG: 64%, 3PT: 31%, FT: 78%

10.2ppg, 4.3rpg, FG: 50%, 3PT: 37%, FT: 74%

2017/2018 Massagno – SWITZERLAND 15.3ppg, 5.4rpg, 2.5apg, FG: 54%, 3PT: 32%, FT: 78%
2016/2017 Sodertalje Kings – FIBA EUROPE CUP

Taranaki – NEW ZEALAND

10.4ppg, 4rpg, FG: 47%, 3PT: 37%, FT: 86%

18ppg, 5.7rpg, 1.6spg, FG: 54%, 3PT: 34%, FT: 71%

2015/2016 Solna Vikings – SWEDEN D2

Scandone Avellino – SERIE A – ITALY

21ppg, 11rpg, 3apg, 2.2spg, FG: 66%, 3PT: 37%, FT: 79%   

4.5ppg, FG: 67%, 3PT: 33%, FT: 100%           

2014/2015

2013/2014

2011-2013

University of Louisiana at Monroe – NCAA I

Ranger Junior College – JUCO

14.4ppg, 6.6rpg, 3apg

16.2ppg, 5.8rpg

16.2ppg, 8.3rpg

Achievements

2018/2019 Danish Champion
2016/2017 New Zealand NBL 2nd Team All-League 

2016/2017 New Zealand NBL All-Imports Team

2015/2016 Swedish Basketettan League Champ

2015/2016 Swedish Basketettan League MVP

2015/2016 Swedish Basketettan League Regular Season Champ

2014/2015 Sun Belt All-Conference First Team

                    CBI Post Season Finalist

2013/2014 NABC All-District 2nd Team

                    Sun Belt All-Conference 3rd Team

2011-2013 Texas JUCO All-Region and All-Conference Teams
2010-Present A Member of the Kenyan Senior National Team

Videos

Full Games (2018/2019 Season) – Bakken Bears – Champions League

#9 in white: 14 points & 6 rebounds vs. Leicester Riders

Full Games – Bakken Bears – FIBA Europe Cup

#9 in white: 15 points & 6 rebounds vs. Wurzburg

#9 in white: 13 points & 3 assists vs. Steaua Bucuresti

#9 in white: 13 points & 8 rebounds vs. Kataja

#9 in black: 13 points, 3 rebounds, 3 steals, & 2 assists vs. Kataja

Full Games – Massagno – Swiss Top League

#8 in red: 18 points, 7 rebounds, & 5 assists vs. Geneva

28 points, 9 rebounds, & 5 assists vs. Geneva

19 points & 4 rebounds vs. Monthey

Full Game – Sodertalje – (Basketball Champions League Qualifier):

#12 in white: 18 points & 6 rebounds vs. Kataja

Full Games – Sodertalje – FIBA Europe Cup

#12 in green: 17 points & 5 rebounds vs. Mons

20 points & 4 rebounds vs. Mons

Full Game – University of Louisiana at Monroe  vs. University of Florida (19 points)

Jeffrey ‘Jaye’ Crockett – Slashing 4 – BK Astana (VTB)

Name: Jeffrey ‘Jaye’ Crockett
Born: October 16, 1991
Passport: American
Position: Slashing 4
Height: 201 cm / 6’7″
Team: BK Astana

Jaye Crockett is a 201 cm (6’7”) long, athletic, energetic, and tough crafty slashing 4. Jaye is outstanding in getting into the lane and playing off two feet to create his own shot or to get teammates in position to score. His offensive strengths are ability to drive and finish around the rim, create his own shot by using step-back and pull-up moves, and getting offensive rebounds and put-backs. Jaye can face-up and use his athletic ability to elevate over defenders to shoot, or drive and finish with either hand around the basket. He is capable in playing pick and roll as a screener and/or ballhandler, which makes him a very versatile and hard player to defend. He is highly coachable and keeps it simple as he reads defense well. Jaye runs the floor well and makes excellent decisions in transition or half court situations. He is a versatile defender who uses his athletic ability and footwork to stop perimeter players or power forwards.

During 2019/2020 season, Jaye began playing for Anibal Zahle in Lebanese league, but after only two games SE Melbourne Phoenix from Australian NBL bought him out and he moved to Melbourne to be a 2-month replacement player until December 10, 2019. In 9 games and 18 minutes per game, Jaye averaged 9 points per game and 4.5 rebounds per game with great shooting percentages.  In January 2020, Jaye signed a contract with BK Astana in VTB. Here is a highlight and feedback from his teammates:

During 2018/2019 season, Jaye played limited amount of games and minutes for Le Portel in top French Pro A league due to a foot injury. In 6 games, he played 18 minutes per game and averaged 8.3 points and 4.8 rebounds per contest. He shot 69% from the field and 44% from behind the 3-point line. 

During 2017/2018 season, Jaye played for Danish champs, Bakken Bears. In 17 games of FIBA Europe Cup, he averaged 15.4 points and 7.6 rebounds per game and he was 2nd in efficiency in the leagueHe was named 2nd Team All-FIBA Europe Cup selection. Bakken Bears made it to the semi-finals of FIBA Europe Cup. In domestic league, Bakken won the Danish Cup and Championship and Jaye was MVP of Danish Finals. In 4 games of the Finals, Jaye averaged 19 points and 7 rebounds per game. Below are highlights from one of FIBA Europe Cup games against Ventspils.

During 2016/2017 season, Jaye played first part of the season for Forli in Italian 2nd division. He averaged 15 points and 8 rebounds. During the second part of the season, Jaye played for Trapani in Italian 2nd division and the team made the playoffs. He averaged 16 points and 7 rebounds and shot 64% from the field and 35% from behind the 3-point line. Below are highlights from Italian 2nd division:

During 2015/2016 season, Jaye played the second part of the season for Massagno in Swiss top league where the team finished the season in 6th place. Jaye finished 2nd in the league in scoring and 4th in rebounding. He averaged 21 points, 10.8 rebounds, and 1.8 steals while shooting 62% from the field, 37% from behind the 3-point line, and 69% from the free throw line. Before he joined Massagno, Jaye played 10 games for Shinshu in Japanese BJ League where he averaged 14.7 points and 8 rebounds per game.

During 2014/2015 season, Jaye played for Tortona in Italian 2nd division and averaged 14.4 points and 8.8 rebounds per game, while shooting 62% from the field, 34% from behind the 3-point line, and 74% from the free throw line.

In college, Jaye played for Coach Tubby Smith at Texas Tech University and was named 3rd Team All Big 12 Conference selection. His senior year, Jaye averaged 14 points and 6.4 rebounds per game. Below are his college highlights from Texas Tech University:

Career

2018/2019 Le Portel – French ProA – FRANCE 8.3ppg, 4.8rpg, FG: 69%, 3PT: 44%
2017/2018 Bakken Bears – DENMARK/FIBA EUROPE CUP 15.4ppg & 7.6rpg, FG: 62%, 3PT: 47%
2016/2017

2015/2016  

Trapani – Seria A2 – ITALY   

Forli – Seria A2 – ITALY        

Massagno – LNA – SWITZERLAND 

Shinshu- BJ League – JAPAN

16ppg, 7 rpg, FG: 67%, 3PT: 35% 

15ppg, 7rpg                                         

21ppg, 10.8rpg, 1.8spg, FG: 62%, 3PT: 37%, FT: 69%

14.7ppg, 8rpg

2014/2015

20112014

Tortona – Seria A2 – ITALY

Texas Tech University – NCAA I – USA

14.4ppg, 8.8rpg, FG: 62%, 3PT: 34%, FT: 74%

14ppg, 6.4rpg

Achievements

 2017/2018 Danish Champion, Danish Finals MVP, & Danish Cup Champion
 2015/2016 1st Team All-Swiss LNA
 2013/2014 1st Team All Academic Big 12 

2013/2014 3rd Team Big 12 Conference 

Videos

Full Games for Bakken Bears in FIBA Europe Cup 2017/2018 (#12)

16 points & 17 rebounds vs. Le Portel

21 points & 9 rebounds vs. Le Portel

17 points & 12 rebounds vs. Ventspils

20 points, 11 rebounds, & 5 assists vs. Szolnoki

21 points & 12 rebounds vs. Benfica

16 points & 3 rebounds vs. Nevezis

13 points and 9 rebounds vs. Avtodor

20 points and 9 rebounds vs. Benfica

17 points & 9 rebounds vs. Tsmoki-Minsk

Full Game (Basketball Champions League Qualifiers 2017/2018) – 14 points & 7 rebounds vs. Groningen