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Suns' shooting star Cam Johnson channeling his inner Klay Thompson


Former Tar Heel sharpshooter was considered a risky lottery pick for the Phoenix Suns in the 2019 draft, but he’s having a career year in his third NBA season out of North Carolina. Averaging 11.8 points this season, the 6-8, 210-pound Johnson is bigger and stronger, shown more versatile on offense and is an improving defender. (USA Today)

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Suns' shooting star Cam Johnson channeling his inner Klay Thompson


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