Former Warrior Wiley signs with Australian pro team

Former Lewis-Clark State basketball star Jacob Wiley has signed a contract with the Adelaide 36ers of the Australian National Basketball League. 

During his Warrior career, Wiley led the Warriors to back-to-back Frontier Conference titles. As a junior, he earned honorable mention All-American honors and was named Frontier Conference Newcomer of the Year. He capped his career at LC with the first team All-American honor and was the Frontier Conference Player of the Year. 

Over his two year career with the Warriors, Wiley average nearly 15 points, more than 7 rebounds, and 1.5 blocks per game. He also made more than 60 percent of his field goal attempts. 

Wiley transferred to Eastern Washington University his senior season and was named the Big Sky Conference Player of the Year. 

He also became the first Warrior in history to play in the NBA last season with the Brooklyn Nets.  (KOZE Sports)