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  Ervin Johnson - NBA Players - Sportsnet.ca
Putting the 'D' in Deal: After signing Carlo Colaiacovo to a three-year deal, John Ferguson is in a position to use his defensive depth as trade bait....
Johnson is a well-conditioned athlete who plays with a lot of fire and is an above average shot-blocker and rebounder.
Johnson plays hard and is good for rebounds and blocks, but is -- and always has been -- non-existent offensively.
www2.sportsnet.ca /basketball/nba/players/Ervin_Johnson   (352 words)

  
 James R. Ervin
Ervin told House that he had received a telephone call asking him to come to work in Arnold, Missouri, and to bring additional help.
Ervin flagged a motorist and obtained a ride to the home of Don Cook, who lived eight-tenths of a mile from White.
Ervin told Umphleet that there had been an explosion and fire and that the explosion had blown the stove from one side of the residence to the other.
www.missourinet.com /CapitalPunishment/Case_notes/Ervin_James.htm   (0 words)

  
 Earvin"Magic"Johnson Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Earvin "Magic" Johnson, a native of East Lansing, Michigan, was destined for greatness from the day he stepped onto the basketball court at Lansing Everett High School until he retired from the Los Angeles Lakers, winning championships at the high school, collegiate, professional and international levels.
The first overall pick in the 1979 NBA draft, Johnson was an immediate superstar, leading the Lakers to the 1980 NBA championship (the first of his five: 1980, 1982, 1985, 1987, 1988) over the Philadelphia 76ers.
The all-time assist (10,141) and steals (1,724) leader in Laker history, Johnson was the NBA's all-time leader in assists until the record was broken by Utah's John Stockton in 1995.
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 JS Online:
Johnson, getting his first action of the exhibition season, started the second half Saturday, played 11 minutes and contributed to a big third quarter that propelled the Bucks to a 91-89 victory.
Johnson played almost the entire third quarter Saturday and missed all three of his shots, but he played solid defense, grabbed three rebounds, and had an assist and a steal.
Johnson has been the driving force behind much of the hazing that has gone on with the Bucks' rookies and he provided a light moment last week before a game at Minnesota.
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 USATODAY.com - MILWAUKEE 104, CHARLOTTE 95   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Johnson had 11 rebounds and four blocks as Milwaukee tied a franchise playoff record with 13 blocked shots, including at least one by all five starters.
While Johnson was patrolling the paint the way Karl had pleaded for him to do in their younger days, Robinson and Allen took turns stifling Mashburn, who missed 18-of-25 shots and finished with 21 points.
Johnson said another defensive effort like this one and he and Karl will head back to the NBA Finals, where they lost to the Chicago Bulls in 1996.
www.usatoday.com /sports/nba/01playoffs/confsemis/2001-05-20-bucks-hornets-game-7.htm   (0 words)

  
 UNO Privateers Athletics - Ervin Johnson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
After all, this Ervin Johnson (not to be confused with Earvin “Magic” Johnson) was 6’11 and Floyd was set to open his first season at UNO with a 6’4 post player.
For his efforts, Johnson was named All-American South Conference for the 1990-1991 season, All-Sun Belt Conference for the 1991-1992 season, and was the 1992-1993 Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year.
Johnson subsequently made a substantial donation to his alma mater for the Ervin Johnson Strength and Conditioning Center.
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 Unified Judicial System
Johnson, a graduate of Augustana College currently working as a dental assistant, had the day off and was returning home from her parents’ house.
In addition, Johnson also consistently testified she was going five miles per hour under the speed limit at the time of the accident.
Because Armfield failed to present competent evidence tending to suggest Johnson’s speed proximately caused her injuries, the only reasonable interpretation of the facts is that Armfield’s crossing two lanes of traffic and striking Johnson’s vehicle was the proximate cause of Johnson’s injuries.
www.sdjudicial.com /index.asp?category=opinions&nav=538&year=2003&month=11&record=1206   (0 words)

  
 JS Online: Johnson earns Karl's vote as MVP of series
Ervin Johnson had just four points, but his 11 rebounds were instrumental in the Bucks' victory.
Johnson also had four of the Bucks' 13 blocked shots in Game 7, a playoff franchise record.
Johnson finished the series with 20 rejections, also more than any player on either team.
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 News from Agape Press
Several years after graduating from high school, Johnson grew eight inches and was bagging groceries in a Baton Rouge, Louisiana, supermarket when, you might say, he was discovered.
As they say, one thing led to another and Johnson -- then in his mid 20's -- was given the opportunity to "walk on" at the University of New Orleans.
By the time his college career was over, Johnson was the Sun Belt Conference's Most Valuable Player and, not long after, was a first round draft choice in the National Basketball Association.
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 Ervin Johnson wins 2000 Great Schools Hero Award
Ervin Johnson, “the ultimate American success story,” understands what it’s like to struggle.
Ervin Johnson (right) accepts the Great Schools Hero Award from WEAC President Terry Craney.
“Ervin Johnson has been a one-man scholarship machine over the last 20 years, sponsoring scholarships for students who otherwise might not have the chance to go to college,” WEAC President Terry Craney said in presenting Johnson the award at the WEAC Convention’s Awards and Recognition Banquet.
www.weac.org /News/2000-01/nov00/awards.htm   (0 words)

  
 Magic Johnson @ Brooks International Speakers Bureau
Johnson accomplished virtually everything a player could dream of during his 13-year NBA career, all of which was spent with the Los Angeles Lakers.
As a last honor, before the Hall of Fame, Magic Johnson was named one of the 50 Greatest NBA Players of all Time.
Magic started his own foundation called The Magic Johnson Foundation which was established in 1991 as a single-disease organization that worked to raise funds for community-based organizations dealing with HIV/AIDS education and prevention programs.
www.brooksinternational.com /magic_johnson.htm   (0 words)

  
 Ervin
Ervin ‘Magic’ Johnson started his basketball career at Michigan State University.
In 1991, Magic Johnson was infected with AIDS.
Magic Johnson will always be known as a great basketball player, but he will never be forgotten for his bravery and courage that he portrays while battling AIDS.
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 McKinney - News Briefs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Ervin "Magic" Johnson at Greater Piney Grove Baptist Church.
Johnson agreed he would review any information provided by the Congresswoman’s office.
Johnson that gave the economic demographics of south DeKalb County.
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 City Pages - Looking Fierce   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Johnson is a Timberwolf only because the Milwaukee Bucks desperately wanted to rid themselves of his overpriced salary, which amounts to more than $9 million over the next two years.
Johnson, however, has never been a shooter, and the touches he doesn't need mean Cassell has more opportunity to look for his own shot on occasion.
Johnson's improved play and familiarity with Cassell is just one--and not even the most important--of many reasons why the Wolves have overcome injuries to become one of the league's elite teams thus far this season.
www.citypages.com /detail.asp?ArticleID=11777   (0 words)

  
 Magic#32
As a senior, Johnson led Everett to a 27-1 record and the state title while averaging 28.8 points and 16.8 rebounds.
Johnson became the first rookie ever to win the Finals MVP Award.But it just the first part of the " Showtimes".During 80-90,the Lakers won five NBA championships (1980, '82, '85, '87, '88).And Magic won three Season ward(1987, 1989, 1990) and IBM award in 1984.
Before the 1991-92 campaign Johnson stunned the world with the announcement that he had tested positive for the HIV virus and was retiring from the NBA.
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 Milwaukee Bucks, Ervin Johnson, National Basketball Association - CBS SportsLine.com
ST. FRANCIS, Wis. -- Center Ervin Johnson returned to the Milwaukee Bucks on Monday, signing a one-year contract with the team he played for from 1997-2003.
The 37-year-old Johnson was traded to Minnesota along with Sam Cassell for Joe Smith and Anthony Peeler in 2003.
Johnson has averaged 4.2 points, 6.2 rebounds and 1.3 blocked shots in 12 seasons with Seattle, Denver, Milwaukee and Minnesota.
cbs.sportsline.com /nba/story/8784542   (0 words)

  
 YaoMingMania.com - Yao vs. Bucks - 4/02/03
Yao is double-teamed by Milwaukee's Ervin Johnson and Toni Kukoc in the third quarter Wednesday night.
Two painful turnovers come to mind: at the end of BOTH the 2nd and 3rd quarters, Rocket point guard Moochie Norris turned the ball over as a result of overdribbling, which he is prone to do.
Johnson gets called for the foul, and with the Bucks over the limit, Yao steps up to the line and aces two more free throws.
www.yaomingmania.com /03_04_02_vs_bucks.html   (0 words)

  
 TIMBERWOLVES: Ervin Johnson: Keeping the Faith
Johnson says he would have been content with either path.
Johnson saw action in 45 games that rookie season, starting three, and averaged around three points and three rebounds in just over six minutes per game.
Johnson got his wish a few weeks later when Milwaukee traded him and guard Sam Cassell to Minnesota.
www.nba.com /timberwolves/features/johnson_040224.html   (0 words)

  
 Ervin Johnson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ervin Johnson (born December 21, 1967 in New Orleans, Louisiana) is an NBA basketball player, currently a free agent, most recently played for, and captained, the Milwaukee Bucks.
A 6'11", 245-pound center from the University of New Orleans, Johnson was selected 23rd overall by the Seattle SuperSonics in the 1993 NBA Draft, and has played for the Sonics, Denver Nuggets, Minnesota Timberwolves and Bucks (in two separate stints).
Johnson declared free agency on July 1, 2006.
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 IRVING FRYAR   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Ervin Johnson’s life story is a remarkable one, to say the least.
Several years after graduating from high school, Johnson grew eight inches and was bagging groceries in a Baton Rouge, Louisiana, supermarket when, you might say, he was discovered.
By the time his college career was over, Johnson was the Sun Belt Conference’s Most Valuable Player and, not long after, was a first round draft choice in the National Basketball Association.
www.christiansportsminute.com /ervin_johnson.htm   (486 words)

  
 The Woelfel World of Sports » Bucks bring back Johnson
Johnson, who played six seasons for the Bucks from 1997-2003, has signed a one-year contract with the NBA team.
Johnson is projected as the Bucks' third center behind rookie Andrew Bogut and Dan Gadzuric.
Johnson is expected to the final player signed this summer by the Bucks.
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 Blake Park: History of a Neighborhood   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Ervin Arthur Johnson (born 1873) was a dentist.
The 1930 Census listed the residents as: Ervin A. Johnson, 57, dentist, born Vermont; Laura H. Johnson, 53, born Vermont; and Sidney Johnson, 23, salesman (air plane).
The Johnson family was listed at this address from 1930 to 1938.
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 RealGM: Player Profiles - Ervin Johnson
08/29/05: The Milwaukee Bucks signed center Ervin Johnson, who had been with the Minnesota Timberwolves, to a one-year contract.
06/27/03: The Bucks traded Sam Cassell and Ervin Johnson to the Timberwolves for Anthony Peeler and Joe Smith.
10/23/01: The Bucks signed Ervin Johnson to a 2 year, $9.5 million contract extension.
www.hawks.realgm.com /src_playerfile/474/ervin_johnson   (93 words)

  
 Magic Johnson — Infoplease.com
Since his official retirement Johnson has also become a successful entrepeneur, overseeing a multimillion dollar business empire based in inner-city minority neighborhoods throughout the country.
Earvin (Magic) Johnson - Earvin (Magic) Johnson Born: Aug. 14, 1959 Basketball G led Michigan St. to NCAA title in 1979 and...
This is a love story: Magic and Cookie's 12-year marriage has endured challenges that would wreck most relationship.
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 Centers - 1993 Usenet Draft
He was somewhat excitable his first two years, but his disciplined style of play and his ability to take his game up a notch after Street's death should dispel doubts about that.
Johnson quit his HS team and went to work in a grocery store after graduating, then he grew over 6 inches found a school who would take a chance on him.
Johnson (who was redshirted as a freshman) has shown great improvement in each of his four years.
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 USATODAY.com - No Magic comparisons   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
By Morry Gash, AP Ervin Johnson, right, is in his ninth season, playing with the best team in the East.
This clash between the best in the East — the Bucks are the only team in the league perfect on the road — against the best of the West — the Lakers are one of only three teams undefeated at home — could be an NBA Finals preview.
I think it was Magic Johnson's lawyer wanting to know who is this guy using his name.
www.usatoday.com /sports/nba/bucks/2001-11-27-johnson-20second.htm   (0 words)

  
 biography ervin johnson magic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
City Commission on the Status of Women and was also recipient of the 2001 Ervin Magic Johnson Master of Money Award...
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 Ervin Johnson - Find, Compare, and Buy at Shopping.com
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 The HoopsKlyce Page: The Impact Of The Coach   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Ervin Johnson was replaced in the starting lineup by rookie Robert Traylor.
previously had problems with Johnson in Seattle although it has been stated that it is Johnson's lack of rebounding, which prompted the benching.
Larry Johnson has been averaging 30+ minutes per game but has been suffering with a sore back and an ankle injury.
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 KOCO.com - NBA - Milwaukee Bucks - Bucks Sign Center Johnson
Johnson, who returns to the Bucks after two campaigns with Minnesota, struggled with the Timberwolves and averaged less than two points in each of his two seasons.
"Ervin is a hard-working, high-character, veteran player who has always taken a team-first approach to the game," Harris said.
During his six-year tenure with the Bucks, the 6-11 center led the team in rebounds and blocked shots from 1997-2001.
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 Magic Johnson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Controversy has arisen lately after Magic Johnson has come clean and said that his AIDS was just a publicity stunt.
At 6'9", he was as tall as some centers yet played the point guard position (he still remains the tallest dedicated point guard in NBA history).
Johnson also has a joint venture with Sodexho.
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 Earvin (Magic) Johnson — Infoplease.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Johnson, Magic - Johnson, “Magic” (Earvin) basketball Birthplace: E. Lansing, Mich. Born: 8/14/59...
Swatch and Magic Johnson join in fund-raising launch.
Earvin "Magic" Johnson and Sodexho USA are forming a joint venture.
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