Career Highlights

Patrick is a long, lanky athletic wing player with great skills; he is a great scorer, a good rebounder, and a very versatile wing who can play either the SG or SF spots. Patrick can score in many ways; he is a great outside shooter and an athletic slasher. With great outside range, Patrick can easily hit the NBA three point shot. He has a nice midrange game and is complemented with a nice variety of floaters that he is able to convert consistently. In transition he runs the floor hard and uses his great leaping ability and length to finish with authority. He is also a lock down defender and can guard positions 1-3.

Patrick is a very unselfish player and is willing to sacrifice his stats for the greater good of the team. In 2015/16 Patrick started the season with the Memphis Grizzlies and then after being released signed in the NBDL with the Iowa Energy where he averaged 16ppg, 3rpg, 3apg, 50%FG, 37% 3FG, and 80% FTH. Patrick spent much of the 2014/15 season with the Utah Jazz and had one career start. Prior to this Patrick has played in several top leagues overseas including Turkey, France, and Euroleague. Patrick also played with the Sacramento Kings and Detroit Pistons in the 2012 and 2010 NBA Summer League and also played in the Portsmouth Invitational.

In his senior year Patrick played in the 2010 Reese’s College All-Star Game, was named to the All-Pac-10 1st Team, was a Pac-10 Tournament Finalist, and won the Pac-10 Regular Season Championship. Patrick rates among the top 10 scorers in Cal history with 1,700 career points (stands third on the all-time list). Patrick also tied for sixth on Cal’s all-time free-throw list at 81.6 percent. Patrick is Cal’s career leader in games played (134), having never missed a single game while at Cal. He was also named the MVP of the Golden Bear Classic.

Patrick earned first-team All-CIF honors as a senior at Dominguez HS and was rated the No. 44 overall recruit and No. 6 player in the state of California by He averaged 21ppg, 9rpg, and 3apg during his senior season. He was a member of the Long Beach Press-Telegram Dream Team and selected an all-star at the Nike All-American Camp.


James Patrick Christopher (AKA- Patrick Christopher) was born on June 3, 1988 in Artesia, California. His parents are Patricia and Laron Christopher. His god brother is Detroit Pistons forward Tayshaun Prince. In his spare time Patrick collects shoes and especially likes Nike Air Force 1s. Patrick has also served as a counselor at summer camps run by Lebron James and Vince Carter. Patrick is very involved in his church and enjoys spending time with his family. Patrick received his Bachelor of Arts degree in African American Studies from UC Berkeley. His favorite basketball player is Michael Jordan.


“Prior to joining Rize Management, I was with a big sized agency but I wasn’t getting the personal attention I needed. I felt like I got lost in the shuffle. Upon signing with Scott he got my name back on the NBA radar. Whether its the NBA or playing basketball overseas, or just day to day needs Scott and his staff at Rize Management have always been there for me. Scott has very strong contacts in the NBA and with the higher paying teams overseas. After I joined Rize I felt right away this was a much better fit for me.”

  • Stats

    Position: G/F

    Height: 6-5

    Weight: 225 lbs

    Birthdate: June 3, 1988

    High School:
    Dominguez HS

    Cal (UC Berkeley)

    Passport: USA

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