Justin Dentmon

Professional

Justin has played for three teams in the NBA: the Dallas Mavericks, the San Antonio Spurs and the Toronto Raptors. He played in the NBA
D-League for the Austin Toros and the Dallas Legends. Currently, in his eight year as a professional player, Justin is playing for Galatasaray Odeabank of the Euroleague based in Istanbul, Turkey. His professional career has taken him throughout Europe and Asia playing for teams in Italy, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, Lithuania and China.

Justin was named MVP of the Lithuanian Basketball League in 2014 and the NBA D-League in 2012. He was named to the All-Star game in both leagues and was the game’s MVP in the Lithuanian league.

Justin has won professional basketball championships on three continents: Asia, Europe and North America.

2016 – Chinese Basketball Association Championship with Sichuan Blue Whales

2014 – Lithuanian Basketball League Championship with Zalgiris Kaunas

2012 – NBA D-League Championship with the Austin Toros

2009 – PAC 10 regular season champions

College

Justin played college ball at the University of Washington. He was named to the All-Pac-10 freshman team after starting 32 games in which he led the Huskies to a 26-7 record and an appearance in the NCAA Tournament’s Sweet Sixteen. Justin was named to the first team All-Pac-10 in his senior season. Justin accumulated 1,425 points on his college career that tied for 12th all-time in UW's history. He finished fourth on the UW three-point field goals list with 133. Justin also finished third all-time in assists with 401, and second in steals with 180.

High School

As a senior, Justin led Carbondale Community High School to a fourth place state finish. He was the top scorer in the state tournament
scoring 78 points in only three games. He led his team in points his senior year with 22.1 points per game accumulating 773 points over his senior season. He was named to the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association All-State first team, the class AA All-Star first team and named the South Seven Conference MVP.

Future

After Justin finishes playing professionally, he will still be very involved in basketball. He is already a team owner, establishing the NABL’s Southern Illinois Pharaohs in 2016. The Pharaohs will play in Justin’s old high school that he purchased and rehabbed. The facility also will be the new home of the Five Score Academy, a college preparatory school for domestic and international athletes. Justin’s Team Dentmon currently sponsors AAU teams across the country and runs summer youth basketball camps. He will continue to expand these programs.

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Justin Dishin Dimes

Mission Statememt

The mission of Justin Dishin Dimes is to provide the youth with opportunities to develop discipline, teamwork, and physical well-being through sports. Our goal is to educate all-round development of young people not just athletes. Athletics just happens to be the vehicle used to develop life skills that extend beyond the game.

JDD Foundation