Joshua Neville Carter is an American professional basketball player for Limoges CSP of the LNB Pro A. He played college basketball for Texas A&M. He also played for the Athletes in Action basketball team in 2006 and 2007, helping the team win the William Jones Cup in 2006. In the 2006–07 season, Carter co-led all NCAA Division I men's basketball players with his three-point accuracy of 50%. The 98–37 team record he compiled during his college career makes him the winningest men's basketball player in the program's history.
|Born:||Nov 20, 1986, Dallas, Texas|
|Listed height:||6 ft 7 in|
|Listed weight:||200 lb|
|College:||Texas A&M (2005–2009)|
|Position:||Small forward / Shooting guard|
|League:||LNB Pro A|
|NBA draft:||2009 / Round / Pick|
About Josh Carter
Guitarist, singer, producer and songwriter for the indie electronic rock band Phantogram, known for such songs as "When I'm Small," "Don't Move" and "Black Out Days." They released their debut album Eyelid Movies in 2009.
He was friends with vocalist Sarah Barthel for years before they formed Phantogram in 2007.
Phantogram was originally called Charlie Everywhere.
He has a brother and sister.
Phantogram collaborated with Big Boi on the 2015 album Big Grams.
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- Texas A&M Aggies men's basketball players
- EWE Baskets Oldenburg players
- Maccabi Ashdod B.C. players
- Dinamo Basket Sassari players
- Türk Telekom B.K. players
- Karşıyaka basketball players
- Mens Sana Basket players
- Limoges CSP players
- Lega Basket Serie A players
- American expatriate basketball people in Russia
- Basketball players from Texas
- Sportspeople from Dallas
- American expatriate basketball people in Germany
- American expatriate basketball people in Israel
- American expatriate basketball people in Turkey