NBA forward Cam Johnson returns to Pennsylvania to host clinic and 3-on-3 tournament


It was only a month ago that was playing in the NBA Finals. On Saturday, he’ll be back in his hometown running a basketball clinic for youth and also a 3-on-3 tournament. The Cam Johnson Youth Skills Clinic and the CJ23 Invitational will both be Saturday at Moon High School. Johnson grew up in Moon, and his parents still live there. (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

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NBA forward Cam Johnson returns to Pennsylvania to host clinic and 3-on-3 tournament


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