Cory Joseph, born on August 20, 1991), native of Toronto, Ontario, Canada (Toronto, Ontario), a Canadian professional basketball player who serves as a point guard and plays for the Detroit Pistons in the NBA.
Location: G (No. 18)
Height: 1.91 meters / 6 feet 3
Team: Detroit Pistons
School: University of Texas
Draft: 29th pick in the first round of 2011
Salary this season: $4.91 million
Joseph studied at the University of Texas and averaged 10 points, 3 rebounds and 3 assists per game as a freshman. He then participated in the NBA draft in 2011 and was selected by the Spurs with the 29th overall pick in the first round to enter the NBA. In the 2013-14 season, he won the NBA championship with the Spurs.
Joseph showed his scoring ability when he was in college. When he was studying, the Lakers had just defeated the Celtics to win the championship. When he graduated, Dirk killed the newly formed Big Three formed by James. During this period, he was able to shoot 40% of the three-pointers. However, he failed to maintain this level of performance in the NBA, but as a role player, the quality is considered passable.