Justin Graham Heads To Slovakian Pro League

San Jose State University men's basketball career assists and steals leader Justin Graham will enter his second season as a professional after signing with the InterBratislava team in the eight-squad Slovakian league.

Graham concluded his Spartan career in 2011 helping San Jose State to its first post-season appearance in 15 years playing a first-round game in the College Basketball Invitational (CBI). The 6-foot-4 guard was named honorable mention All-WAC and received All-Defensive team honors.

The Ripon, Calif., resident signed with the Bakersfield franchise of the NBA's Development League and played in five games before an injury ended his season.

The Slovokian Pro League plays a 35-game regular-season schedule that starts October 6 and runs to mid-March. Graham is one of two Americans on the team. He will be united with former New Mexico State center Hamidu Rahman, one of the top rebounders in the Western Athletic Conference the last four years.

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