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Justin Cage - SF, 6'6, 225
Signed in Belgium - Signed with Mons-Hainaut
       Date of birth: 06/26/1985
       Country: USA
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2007
     Out of: Xavier (Ohio)
  NBA Experience: 0 years
  Hand: Right





From blog:


   Where Are They Now, 2010; Part 11
2010-01-14

- Justin Cage

Cage is with Dexia Mons-Hainaut, a Belgian team not keen to admit that they're actually Belgian. The team has a 10 man rotation, and yet employs only one German; youth player Alexandre Libert. (Former Idaho State forward Jim Potter is into his fifteenth season in Belgium, so I guess he counts too.) Dexia recently lost their American head coach - Chris Finch - to the Rio Grande Valley Vipers of the D-League, and replaced him with an Israeli head coach and a Dutch assistant. It's a very international affair, just as long as that nation is not Belgium.

On the year, Cage is averaging 7.6 points and 3.8 rebounds per game in the Belgian league, alongside 7.3 points and 2.5 rebounds in the Eurochallenge. He also totalled 10 points in his only Eurocup game of the year, but I watched that game, and he kind of sucked a bit. (Although his accidentally-banked-in three was kind of cool.) Indeed, the whole Dexia Mons-Hainaut team sucked in that game; after beating Valencia in the first leg by 15 points, all Dexia had to do was either win again, or lose by no more than 14 points. This should have been easy, even on the road, and Dexia actually led by double digits at one point. But then they threw it all away in the second half, lost by 18, and were knocked out of the competition.

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