HoopsHype James Johnson rumors


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Among their own free agents, the Grizzlies are poised to make a serious pitch at retaining forward Mike Miller. Swingman James Johnson and point guard Beno Udrih — unrestricted free agents — appear unlikely to re-sign. Miller is a priority not just because of his relationship with Griz coach Dave Joerger but also due to the durability and productivity he showed last season. Memphis Commercial Appeal

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Johnson was booked into the Shelby County Jail at 4:35 a.m. Saturday and was still there Saturday afternoon. WMC-TV cited a police affidavit that Johnson and his wife had just returned home when Johnson allegedly hit his wife in the face with an open hand before choking her. Johnson left and returned when police arrived and was arrested. The Memphis Police Department did not immediately return several messages from The Associated Press. USA Today Sports

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The following players cannot be dealt at all this season: Alexis Ajinca — New Orleans Pelicans; D.J. Augustin — Chicago Bulls; Andrew Bogut — Golden State Warriors; Kobe Bryant — Los Angeles Lakers; Seth Curry — Memphis Grizzlies; Chris Douglas-Roberts — Charlotte Bobcats; Stephen Jackson — Los Angeles Clippers; James Johnson — Memphis Grizzlies; Kendall Marshall — Los Angeles Lakers; Malcolm Thomas — San Antonio Spurs. HoopsWorld

December 16, 2013 Updates

Sam Amick: Memphis signs forward James Johnson. The 26yo was averaging 18.5 pts, 9.1 reb, 4.78 assts, 1.9 stls & 3.4 blocks w/ D-League's RGV Vipers Twitter @sam_amick

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Priority Sports: Congrats to James Johnson on his new contract with the #ATLHawks. We know you’re going to take advantage of this great opportunity! #NBA Twitter

August 21, 2013 Updates

Free agent forward James Johnson will attend workouts for the San Antonio Spurs, Atlanta Hawks and Utah Jazz and is hoping to leave teams impressed, league sources told RealGM. Ever since Johnson was drafted 16th in the 2009 NBA draft, teams have envisioned him as an athletic forward at 6-foot-9, but he’s yet to put together a breakout season in four years. Johnson’s ability to perform in workout settings could have one team intrigued enough to give him an opportunity, though. RealGM

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