Found December 21, 2012 on TheProBasketballTalk:
(Photo Credit: Amir Johnson's twitter) Amir Johnson is a crazy dude off-the-court. He's known to attend parties, dress up whenever necissary, and basically not go with the flow. He is a grinder that is on the floor about three times a game, diving for a loose ball. At 6'11, Johnson is very similar to players like Dennis Rodman and Ron Artest but hasn't done anything too crazy to be put into that category. I think that Amir is slowly adapting the "nutty guy on the roster" character and this definitely adds up.

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