With Jrue -- the Sixer guard who earned his first-ever NBA All-Star bid in 2013 -- turning himself into a household name across the NBA, Justin's vaulted up the NBA D-League Prospect charts in 2012-13, using his combination of length, quickness and touch to rank among the league's top defenders and offensive threats from the wing. Said Jrue of his brother, who played his college ball at Washington: "Offensively, his offensive game is definitely evolving and being more efficient. He can play defense. he's like 6-7, like a seven-foot wingspan, so defense comes easy to him, but again, his jump shot is doing really well -- obviously he's in the 3-point contest -- and getting to the basket and finishing really well, he's doing that good too."
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