NBA TV airing profile on Jim Justice

CHARLESTON, W.Va.— Basketball coach, businessman and gubernatorial candidate Jim Justice will be profiled on the NBA TV show Beyond The Paint tonight at 10:30 p.m.

Charleston Daily Mail photo by Bob Wojcieszak Greenbrier owner Jim Justice, his son Jay Justice, Greenbrier Pro Emeritus Lee Trevino and PGA Pro Keegan Bradley are dwarfed by NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal during The Greenbrier Classic Pro-Am Wednesday in White Sulphur Springs.
Charleston Daily Mail photo by Bob Wojcieszak
Greenbrier owner Jim Justice, his son Jay Justice, Greenbrier Pro Emeritus Lee Trevino and PGA Pro Keegan Bradley are dwarfed by NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal during The 2015 Greenbrier Classic Pro-Am in White Sulphur Springs.

“Matt Winer, the show’s host, will share the story of Justice’s life-long commitment to the game of basketball and the state of West Virginia to a national audience,” said a Justice spokesman.

PREVIEW: Click here and watch a sneak peek of tomorrow’s show.

“The focus of the show is the impact Justice has on his players and his community, and what he wants for the future of West Virginia. Tomorrow’s nationwide telecast isn’t just about Jim’s love of basketball, it’s about letting the rest of country see what the Mountain State is truly about— just like Jim did when he brought the PGA, NFL, and the NBA to The Greenbrier,” the spokesman said.

Justice coaches the girls and boys team at Greenbrier East High School where he has won almost 1,000 games.

“Jim has never cut a single player and has never had one of his players go academically ineligible. In 2012, Justice coached the girls team to a state championship title,” the spokesman said.

 

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