Justin Anderson has been a cornerstone of talented teams, such as the Sweet 16 reaching Virginia Cavaliers in the mid-2010s, and is now playing with the Brooklyn Nets in the NBA Bubble after exploding in the G-League with an average of 20.6 points per game this past season. Nevertheless, Anderson knows that teamwork and grit alone aren't a recipe for success in basketball and life. He's the first to admit that a strong support system and a little bit of luck were essential in making him the player and person he is today. Without cousin, mentor and former NFL player Jermon Bushrod, Anderson wouldn't have seen a path for himself out of King George County. Hear how he overcame the odds and made his dreams a reality on this episode of Mental Buckets.