JSF Nanterre will keep its floor general that helped the team reach new heights last season, as the club announced re-signing of point guard T.J. Campbell to one more year. Campbell (1.75 meters, 27 years old) is already ensured to have a place in Nanterre's history books, when he made a buzzer-beating layup in FibaEurochallenge final last season, bringing Nanterre its first ever European title. He averaged 10.5 points and 5.2 assists in the French League, and had 10.0 points, 4.8 assists and 2.5 rebounds in the Eurochallenge action. Campbell started his career with Melbourn Tigers in Australia, then had a brief stint with Ted Ankara Kolejliler in Turkey. After a year in NBDL with Canton Charge, he came to France where he played two seasons with JDA Dijon before joining Nanterre last summer.