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John Johnson (NBA)
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Basketball Player
    (October 18, 1947-January 7, 2016)
    Born in Carthage, Mississippi
    Attended Northwest College and the University of Iowa
    Drafted 7th overall by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 1970 NBA Draft
    Small forward for the Cleveland Cavaliers (1970-1973), Portland Trail Blazers (1973-1975), Houston Rockets (1975-1977) and the Seattle SuperSonics (1977-1982)
    Two-time NBA All-Star (1971, 1972)
    He has a repetitive name.
    His nickname was 'JJ.'
    He spent his early seasons of his NBA career on losing teams.
    He was overshadowed by the likes of Dennis Johnson, Jack Sikma and Gus Williams in Seattle.
    The 699 points he scored in his senior college year stands as the Iowa points scored season record.
    He won All-American honors while attending Iowa.
    He was the first player in Cavaliers history to be selected into the All-Star Game.
    He was a key player in helping the SuperSonics to win the 1979 NBA Finals.
    He was the teammate of Fred Brown (Downtown Freddie) in both college and the NBA.

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