Justise Winslow

Team: Memphis Grizzlies

Position: Forward

Height/Weight: 6’7″, 225 lbs.

Date of Birth: March 26, 1996

Place of Birth: Houston, Texas

High School: St. John’s School

College: Duke University

Drafted: 2015 – 1st Round, 10th Overall by Miami Heat



Justise Winslow is a basketball player for the Miami Heat.



Raised in Houston, TX, Winslow attended St. John’s School, where he earned McDonald’s All-American, Parade All-American and Texas Mr. Basketball honors. Winslow committed to Duke University in November of 2013. An immediate standout, Winslow led the Blue Devils to a 2015 National Championship win.



Following his freshman season at Duke, Winslow declared for the 2015 NBA Draft. In April 2015, Winslow signed with Roc Nation Sports ahead of the 2015 NBA Draft. On June 25, 2016, Winslow was selected 10th overall by the Miami Heat.



Winslow and his family operate Robin’s House Family Foundation, an organization encouraging children to discover their potential through education, recreation, and community outreach. Past events held include a free annual basketball camp, the Justise Winslow Invitational Clinic, and the D.R.E.A.M Showcase, a talent show for under-resourced children in Miami.



Winslow’s father, Rickie, is a former University of Houston player who formed part of the famed Phi Slama Jama. His sister, Bianca, played basketball at Houston and his brother, Josh, played football at Dartmouth.

Career Highlights:

NBA All-Rookie Second Team (2016)
NCAA National Champion with Duke (2015)