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5 JaJuan Johnson PF
Height/Weight: 6-10/221 | Birthdate: 2/8/1989 | Birthplace: Indianapolis, IN | Team: | College: Purdue | NBA Experience: 1 | Salary:   | Owned/Started%: 0/0

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Johnson shipped to Rockets


(7/20/2012) The Celtics finalized a sign-and-trade deal for free-agent guard Courtney Lee, in which they sent E’Twaun Moore, JaJuan Johnson, Sean Williams and a second-round pick to Houston, as well as forward Sasha Pavlovic to Portland for the right to sign Lee to a four-year contract.

Johnson impressive with minutes


(2/12/2012) Boston PF JaJuan Johnson played well on Sunday in a win over Chicago. With Jermaine O'Neal out for the game, Johnson took advantage of playing 33 minutes for the Celtics. Johnson went 6 of 13 from the field to score 12 points. He grabbed four rebounds and added two steals and a blocked shot in the winning performance.

Johnson chips in with 10 points


(2/5/2012) Boston PF JaJuan Johnson saw some extra playing time on Sunday in a win over Memphis. Johnson did not disappoint in the game as he made the most of his 22 minutes on the floor. Johnson shot 5 of 8 from the field to score 10 points in the game. He added four rebounds, two blocks and an assist for the Celtics. He also had a steal.

Johnson perfect from field


(2/1/2012) Celtics forward JaJuan Johnson nailed all five of his field goals in Wednesday's 100-64 win over the Raptors. It was his first action since Jan. 23 as the seldom used forward normally gets his playing time in mop-up duty. He finished with a career-high 11 points and two rebounds.

Johnson plays three minutes in debut


(12/28/2011) Celtics F JaJuan Johnson, the team’s first round pick last year, made his NBA debut in the Celtics’ 97-78 loss to the Hornets on Wednesday night. In three minutes, Johnson scored four points, going one-of-two from the field while making two free throws. He accrued no other stats in the contest.

Celtics sign top-pick Johnson


(12/12/2011) Boston signed its 2011 draft picks on Monday in F JaJuan Johnson and G E'Twaun Moore. Terms of the deals were not disclosed, according to team policy. Johnson was traded to the Celtics after being drafted by New Jersey with the 27th overall selection.

Celtics take Johnson


(6/24/2011) The Celtics thoroughly scouted players throughout the country and ended up acquiring two from the same school on Thursday night. They chose two senior stars from Purdue - 6-foot-10 forward JaJuan Johnson and 6-foot-4 guard E'Twaun Moore - as they continued building toward the day when the Big Three that brought an NBA title in 2008 is gone. It was merely a "coincidence" that the Celtics took two players from one college, GM Danny Ainge said. "They were the best guys on the board for us when we drafted." Johnson, the 6-foot-10 Big Ten player of the year and defensive player of the year, was traded to the Celtics after being drafted by the Nets with the 27th pick. The Celtics also obtained the Nets' second-round pick in 2014 for Providence guard Marshon Brooks, who they drafted with the 25th choice at New Jersey's request. The Celtics went into the draft seeking shooting and size. Enter Johnson. He averaged 20.5 points, 8.2 rebounds and 2.3 blocks last season. In four years, Johnson averaged 13.7 points and 6.1 rebounds and sank 50.1 percent of his shots. "He's a confident shooter," coach Doc Rivers said. "Watching him in the workouts, he kind of knows where his shots come from. It's funny. He didn't stray far away from his spots and that tells you he's mature enough to understand who he is and how he plays. He has length and he's a shot blocker."