Wallace Signs with Bay Area Shuckers (APBL)


james-wallaceJames Wallace (6’1 PG, Restin VA, Vector Sports Management) will play in the American Professional Basketball League in the coming 2014-2015 season as he signed with the Bay Area Shuckers.

Earlier this year, Wallace took part in the 2014 iBall Pro Combine where he normed averages of 2ppg, 1.3 rpg and 1.7 apg in limited minutes playing with and against some of the top free agents in the United States. Where he made the strongest impression was in the combine itself as he was ranked third on his vertical (38”), second on shuttles (3.3 seconds) and third in multi (6.8 seconds) on his way to being named to the 2014 All-Athletic Team of the iBall Pro Combine.

The former standout from Ferrum College (NCAA Division III) will have an opportunity to help the Shuckers who finished as the APBL Patriot Division Regular Season Runner-up before bowing to the Rockville Victors in the quarterfinals in the 2014 season.

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