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DJ Stephens
DJ Stephens
Position: None
Born: 12/19/90
Height: 6-5 / 1.96
Weight:188 lbs. / 85.3 kg.
Salary: $35,000
Donning No. 20 for B.C. Budivelnyk, his main focus is on leading his current team to wins. However, if an NBA general manager were to reach out to him to inquire about his availability, he already knows what he’ll say. “To every NBA GM out there, if I could have a one-on-one conversation with them, I’d just say, ‘If you give me this opportunity, I promise you will not regret it,’” Stephens said. “’It will be one of the best decisions that you’ve ever made in your life.’ Any position that I’ve ever been put in basketball-wise, people have always expected a certain thing out of a situation and I’ve always made that situation into more than what they thought it was going to be. I’ve always overachieved in whatever it was. “Man, I’ll do whatever it takes to stay. I need to get that one legit chance or opportunity.”
In the Grizzlies’ final preseason game on Oct. 19 against the Minnesota Timberwolves, Stephens noticed Troy Williams, a rookie out of Indiana, wasn’t getting his normal minutes through the first three quarters of the game. “I could tell coach was letting everyone play … but I noticed Troy Williams wasn’t getting in the game and I was like, ‘Why is he not playing?’” Stephens said, “So while I’m playing, I’m thinking of all this stuff and I’m like ‘Please don’t tell me they’ve already decided this kid is going to make the team,’ so I’m thinking about it the whole game so I’m like, ‘Shit,’ and I’m missing shots and … and the more and more I’m thinking about it, the more things are spiraling out of control and I’m playing worse and worse and worse, I was just –wow.”
DJ Stephens is best known for his dunking and dedication to the game, while also being called a stand-up guy. “He’s the type of person that if you needed a dollar and he had one, he’d give it to you,” said Stephens’ friend Trey Draper. “It doesn’t matter if you’re a stranger. He’s that type of person.” But now he’s tied to violence after the mother of his child said he beat her in front of her house in Hickory Hill. “When I heard that, I was like, ‘Whoa,’” said Draper.
7 months ago via WREG
D.J. Stephens, a former University of Memphis basketball player, has been arrested in connection with a domestic violence incident involving his child’s mother, police said. Stephens, 25, was arrested Wednesday night and charged with domestic aggravated assault for allegedly attacking his child’s mother.. According to the arrest affidavit, the incident occurred at 5:45 p.m. Monday outside a home in the 6900 block of Waters Bend Cove. The woman told police that she and Stephens were arguing when he grabbed her wrists and pushed her down. She told police that when she got up Stephens grabbed her by her neck and threw her on the ground. When she got up again, she said, Stephens grabbed her arm and threw her to ground again, causing her to hit her head on the pavement. She told police that Stephens left on foot as she lay on the ground dazed with blurry vision.