Orlando Johnson was selected as the 36th pick in 2012 by the Sacramento Kings but was immediately traded to the Indiana Pacers. Johnson was waived by the Pacers right at the trade deadline this season.Johnson signed with the Kings for 10 days on February 26 and was re-signed for 10 more on March 8 and since his contract expired the Kings had to sign him for the rest of the season...
Orlando Johnson was not signed by the Sacramento Kings after the expiration of his second 10-day contract.
The Kings had to decide whether to sign Johnson for the remainder of the season.
Johnson averaged 1.3 points in seven appearances for the Kings.
The Sacramento Kings have signed Orlando Johnson to a 10 day Contract. Orlando was recently involved in the Evan Turner trade but was waived to clear for roster space. In the 2012 NBA Draft Johnson was originally drafted with the 36th pick by the Kings but was traded on draft day for cash. Orlando Johnson went to UC Santa Barbara. During 38 games with the Pacers this season he averaged...
Lost in the fallout of the highly publicized trade that sent Danny Granger to the Philadelphia 76ers and the Evan Turner/Lavoy Allen combo to the Indiana Pacers was that it created the need for the East’s best team to open up a roster spot. They did so with the release of one of their stockpile of guards.
Indiana’s release of former 2nd-round pick Orlando Johnson doesn’t...
The Indiana Pacers waived Orlando Johnson to create roster space for the acquisitions of Evan Turner and Lavoy Allen.
“Orlando is a great kid,” Larry Bird said. “We appreciate everything he’s done for us and hope he has a long and successful career.”
The Pacers acquired Johnson in a draft day trade in 2012.
February 21, 2014
Video: Dunks all over the Pacers Orlando Johnson
This is something you don’t see every day. During Monday night’s game between the Pacers and Hawks, Kyle Korver and Orlando Johnson played a game of follow the leader. Check out the below video of Kyle nailing a three and getting fouled and after converting the free throw it was Orlando Johnson’s turn.
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The Indiana Pacers recalled rookie guard Orlando Johnson from Fort Wayne of the NBA D-League, the team announced Friday. Johnson was sent down Thursday to play a game with the Mad Ants. He had 25 points and six assists in a 102-86 win over Santa Cruz. Johnson has seen action in three games this season with Indiana and has yet to score.
This is the first time the Pacers have assigned players to their NBA D-League affiliate.
November 21, 2012
Orlando Johnson scored a game-high 19 points to go with nine rebounds to lead the Pacers.