In 1997, Berry moved to the UK to play for Derby Storm in the British Basketball League (BBL). He was acquired by new franchise the Edinburgh Rocks in 1998 where his virtuoso style made him a firm favourite with the fans. His six seasons in the UK gave him EU residency and even made him eligible to represent Scotland at international level. However, Berry moved on to French team Rueil in 2003, where he led the side to the promotion play-off final. He currently plays for Spanish club Provincia de Palencia after stint in France's Pro A and B.
In 2007, he founded the Tri-City Summer League in his hometown of Richmond, bringing the best local players together for a series of free off-season games. It replaced the previous league in which Berry was a regular participant.
- 2008–2009 Gijón Baloncesto (LEB Plata)
- 2007–2008 Palencia Baloncesto (LEB Plata) 
- 2006–2007 Bàsquet Inca (LEB)
- 2005 Orléans Loiret Basket
- 2005 Charleville
- 2004 SLUC Nancy
- 2004 Brest
- 2003 Rueil
- 1998–2003 Edinburgh/Scottish Rocks (BBL)
- 1997–1998 Derby Storm (BBL)
- 1996–1997 Fargo Beez (International Basketball Association)
- 1995 Asheville Smokies (American Major Basketball League)
- 1994–1995 Horsham Hornets
- 1994 Long Island Surf (USBL)
- BBL All-star: 1997-98, 1998–99, 1999-00, 2000–01, 2001–02
- BBL MVP: 1998-99
- BBL Playoff winner: 2002-2003
- Berry's former team Scottish Rocks retired his number 5 jersey in honour of his service to the club.