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Josh Shipp - SG, 6'5, 215
Free agent - Last played with Brose Baskets Bamberg (Germany, 2015)
       Date of birth: 02/16/1985
       Country: USA
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2009
     Out of: UCLA
  NBA Experience: 0 years
  Hand: Right

From blog:


   2010 Summer League Rosters: Toronto Raptors
2010-07-11

[Michael] Roll has already signed for next season, agreeing to join Turkish team Bornova. Fitting, he replaces his former UCLA team mate Josh Shipp, who has moved on to fellow Turkish team Galatasaray.

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   Where Are They Now, 2010; Part 60
2010-04-24

- Josh Shipp

Even though he spent quite a lot of his UCLA career deferring offensively to NBA calibre scorers, Josh Shipp has plenty of offense of his own. He is currently second in the Turkish TBL in scoring, averaging 19.3 ppg for Bornova (along with 5.6 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 2.0 steals). The Turkish league is far from the best in the world, and it's not got a lot of parity in it, but it's not a bad one, and scoring 19.3 ppg in it is no small achievement. Shipp is second only to Quincy Douby (23.6ppg), and ranks just ahead of Mire Chatman (Besiktas, 18.4ppg), Kedrick Brown (also Bornova, 18.1ppg), Quinton Hosley (Aliaga, 17.9ppg) and Lonny Baxter (Besiktas, 17.4ppg). That list is made up of all Americans, which alludes to the self-fulfilling prophecy that the best Turkish players don't play in Turkey. But Josh Shipp does, and he plays well.

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