An NBA Player, Inventor, Author & Entrepreneur. Jonathan is the all time leading scorer for the McDonald's All American game scoring 31 points breaking Michael Jordan's record of 30 which was set in 1981. He was the 5th pick in the 1999 NBA draft to the Indiana Pacers and spent 7 years there before retiring due to chronic knee conditions.
In 2007 Jonathan invented the JBIT MedPro with the help of Purdue University and was able to rehabilitate himself. He returned to the NBA in 2009 and played for the NY Knicks, recording the strongest lowest extremity on the team according to Knicks doctors. Jonathan launched the JBIT to the masses through his JB3 Innovations company , helping individuals with conditions ranging from chronic knee and back problems to sciatica, CP, MS and other mobility restrictive diseases.