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With the Toronto Raptors season winding down, their young forward, Amir Johnson, decided to get a head start on his off-season gig as a photographer. No one knew he hidden talent, I guess we shall thank Carlos Boozer, of the Chicago Bulls for knocking the camera onto the court so Amir could focus on taking pictures instead of playing the game. Two for five! KCMAC38 The post VIDEO: Raptors’ Amir Johnson Finds Off-Season Job As a Photographer appeared first on Pass The Pill - Kings of Hoops.
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Amir Johnson of the Toronto Raptors may have a career path already in the works following his time in the NBA. During the Raptors and Bulls game on Tuesday night a cameraman accidentally dropped his camera on the court and Amir grabbed the piece of equipment and snapped a few photos.
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Toronto Raptors power forward Amir Johnson is a fun-loving guy, who embraces his exuberant side. He takes wild haircuts, loves enormous Christmas trees, on the rare bad day he’ll throw his mouthpiece at a referee for not handing him the ball, but Raptors fans love him nonetheless.
During the second quarter of Toronto’s victory over the Chicago Bulls on Monday, forward Carlos...
Toronto Raptors center Jonas Valanciunas suffered a neck injury during Tuesday’s victory against the Chicago Bulls and was taken to the hospital as a precaution, according to Steve Aschburner of NBA.com.Valanciunas sustained the injury while reaching for a loose ball following a jump ball late in the game. He extended his arm for the ball – dropping his head – and banged directly...
The Toronto Raptors say center Jonas Valanciunas was taken to a hospital for precautionary reasons after suffering a neck injury in a collision with teammate Rudy Gay in the closing seconds of Tuesday night's 101-98 victory over the Chicago Bulls.
Chicago's Nate Robinson hit the first free throw to make it a three-point game with 10.6 seconds left and missed the second....
Jonas Valanciunas was fitted with a protective collar and escorted from the court.