Guard – Memphis
Johnson is suffering from a shoulder ailment that may require season-ending surgery, Gary Parrish of CBS Sports reports.
Johnson has yet to practice with the team while he mulls over the possibility of surgery. He apparently has two options, according to head coach Josh Pastner: play through the pain, or submit to surgery that will end his 2015-16 season. Johnson averaged 6.7 points and 2.7 assists a season ago, but was expected to see a large uptick in his 24 minute per game average this year. If the 6-4 guard does elect surgery, look for fellow backcourt members Jake McDowell or D'Marnier Cunningham to see extra run in the upcoming season.
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