Indiana Pacers Re-Assign Orlando Johnson to NBA D-League Affiliate Fort Wayne Mad AntsDecember 27, 2012 - NBA Development League (D-League)
Johnson (6-5, 220, UC-Santa Barbara) has played nine minutes in three games for Indiana this season. In his previous two-game assignment with Fort Wayne, Johnson averaged 22.5 points, 7.5 rebounds and 3.0 steals.
Selected in the second round (36th overall) of the 2012 NBA Draft by the Sacramento Kings, Johnson was acquired by the Pacers via trade on June 28, 2012. In just three seasons at UC-Santa Barbara, Johnson became the Gauchos all-time leading scorer (1,825 points), and is the only player in school history to have scored 500 or more points in a season three times. His 674 points as a junior and 39 points in a game vs. Cal-Davis are also school records
Johnson is expected to join the Mad Ants today and be available when the team hosts the Texas Legends on Friday, Dec. 28.
Pacers fans can follow Johnson's time in Fort Wayne by logging onto NBADLeague.com powered by YouTube to watch all of the Mad Ants games live, online, for free.
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