|Former Clemson Forward to play in Philippines|
|Assoc. Editor - 2014-01-24 09:58:32.0-||
According to his twitter account, former Clemson forward James MaysJames Mays
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Since his college days at Clemson, Mays has played pro ball with the following teams: Colorado 14ers, Beijing Ducks, Caciques de Humacao, Oyak Renault, Caciques de Humacao, Mersin Büyük?ehir Belediyesi S.K., Capitanes de Arecibo, Springfield Armor, Maine Red Claws, and Sioux Falls Skyforce.
He also represented the Central African Republic in the last FIBA Africa Championship.
Time to Take Off; Next stop #Philippines !!!!!!!??— James Mays (@J_Maze) January 24, 2014
Thanks to all the SanMig fans for showing love before I even step foot in the Philippines these last few days.....— James Mays (@J_Maze) January 24, 2014
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