Cleveland Cavaliers, former LSU C Chris Johnson agree to terms, per

Big man spent time with New Orleans Hornets during NBA stints
Via The Times Picayune - LSU
September 25, 2015

Big Man Update: Cavs cut Ryan Hollins, Johnson to NO

The Cavaliers have released 7-foot center Ryan Hollins.  The Globe's Gary Washburn wasted no time tweeting the Celtics will have interest. Before you lobby for Hollins, check out John Hollinger's scouting report: + Lean, athletic big man who can run the floor and make spectacular dunks. + Poor shooter with no post game. Can make short runners. Loses cool easily.+ Amazingly...
Via Red's Army
March 20, 2012  |  Discuss

Make way for the return of Chris Johnson?

Shortly after the trade deadline passed, DH speculated about the Celtics possibly look to re-sign recently waived Portland Center Chris Johnson. A few hours later, ESPN Boston's Chris Forsberg posted a column with some pros and cons on adding CJ. Johnson spent part of the training camp with the Celtics before the 2010-11 season, then got plucked out of the D-League on a 10-day contract...
Via Celtics Life
March 16, 2012  |  Discuss

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