At 7 ft, 2 in and 315 pounds, his physique was often compared to that of Shaquille O'Neal, especially when he was a young and raw-skilled center at The College of St. Rose. However, Joseph's skills never materialized and he only appeared in a total of four National Basketball Association games, two with the Denver Nuggets and two with the Toronto Raptors during the 2000–01 NBA season.
Joseph has been a member of the Dominica national basketball team.
- 1994-95: St.Rose (NCAA-D2): RebDivII-2(12.8), FGPDivII-3(.679), 14.2ppg
- 1995-96: St.Rose (NCAA-D2): 15.8ppg, 11.8rpg, 3.3bpg
- 1996-97: St.Rose (NCAA-D2)
- 1997-98: Peristeri BC
- 1998-99: Mansfield Hawks (IBA)
- 1999: Atlantic City Seagulls (USBL), in May'99 was placed on the inactive list
- 1999-00: Nov. '99 Training Camp with Trenton Shooting Stars (IBL), then signed with team for the season: 6.9ppg, 6.9rpg
- 2000-01: Toronto Raptors (2games: 1ppg, 1rpg)
- 2001: Denver Nuggets (2games: 0pts)
Washington Wizards in Shaw's Pro Summer League, Boston
- 2001-05 : Shaanxi Kylins
- 2005 : Chalon-sur-Saône (Pro A)
- 2005-08: Saba Battery
- 2008-09: Al Gezira
- 2009 : BEEM
- 2010: Glam X-Men
- 1999: IBA All-Star 2nd Team
- 1999: IBA Champion
- 1999: USBL's All-Defensive Team
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