Rolesville, NC Guard James JJ Miller (Higher Vision Sports), the #1 scorer in Belgium wiht Club Leuven at the moment, recently signed a contract with Higher Vision Sports AMG, an agency known for signing the best American guards in European basketball. They represent the likes of point guards Marcus Brown, J.R. Bremer, Demond Mallet, Willie Deane and several others. Miller in the past season with Optima Gent (Belgium), averaged 17.2 points and 2.6 rebounds per game. His achievements also include being one of the highest ranking players in 2005-06 ULEB Cup after averaging 15.8 points and 2.6 assists and being named to the Dutch Eredivisie All-Star Game and Dutch Cup Winner in 2006.
As stated by Eurobasket.com, JJ is a quicksilver point guard who has all the tools needed for his position. He is a true and proven point guard who leads his team. JJ is a very active player at both ends of the floor. His speed and quickness make him an excellent rebounder for his size. JJ penetrates easily and finishes with authority. He gets his teammates involved and always feeds the open man. JJ is a very coachable player who is ready to make the next step in his career. He has the upside and potential to move up fast in the European rankings.” Already teams in the ULEB Cup like Lukoil Academic and Asvel Villeurbanne who face tough Competition have inquired about this player.
His new advisor, Craig McKenzie of Higher Vision Sports AMG, asserts, “Our goal is to sign only the best Americans in Europe and JJ Miller is one of them. I can’t believe more teams don’t know what they should know about this player. When JJ signed he said that he was going to try to make it known that he was one of best point guards not only in Europe but on our roster and we have some prolific ones. I’ve been watching him since college and a future in the big leagues of Europe or the Euroleague is promising.”
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