Alexander Johnson

Houston Rockets #30 - Forward

  • Born: 02/08/83
  • Age: 31
  • Height: 6-9
  • Weight: 240

Twelve Days of Grizzmas: Who's your favorite #32?

Every day until Christmas we'll be taking a look at past and present players that donned the most popular jersey numerals for the Grizzlies (Vancouver and Memphis). Vote for your favorite player for each numeral!

Miami Heat Player Countdown: Chapter XII

Back here at Heat Central, we're passing the summer months by reviewing the past (good, bad, and ugly) of the Miami Heat's short, volatile history. In today's digest, we'll review Alexander Johnson, Bobby Jones, Don MacLean, Jim Rowinski, and Anthony

Free Agency is basically over. So... now what?

The Rockets roster is overloaded. But it's not very-top heavy with talent like, say, the Miami Heat. Meaning Daryl Morey is not done tweaking a future champion.

Rockets Signing Alexander Johnson, Release Hilton Armstrong

Earlier this week, ESPN's Marc Stein reported that Alexander Johnson was going to visit the Houston Rockets for a tryout. The tryout apparently went well, I hear, as the Houston Rockets have signed Alexander Johnson, opening up a roster spot by releasing Hilton Armstrong. Johnson averaged 23 points and 11.1 rebounds while shooting 57% from the field in 22 games for the Skyforce, including 10 starts.

Rockets Bringing Alexander Johnson to Houston for a Tryout

The Houston Rockets are bringing in Sioux Falls Skyforce forward Alexander Johnson for a tryout this week and are expected to sign Johnson for the rest of the season if it works out, according to ESPN's Marc Stein. Johnson averaged 23 points and 11.1 rebounds while shooting 57% from the field in 22 games for the Skyforce, including 10 starts.

Ex-Cavalier Darnell Jackson added to frontcourt rotation

The Bucks have signed former Cav Darnell Jackson for the remainder of the season.

Alexander Johnson, Shavlik Randolph Vying For A Spot With Milwaukee Bucks

Sources close to the situation have confirmed that Sioux Falls Skyforce forward Alexander Johnson and former Portland Trail Blazers bigman Shavlik Randolph competed in a tryout Monday with the Milwaukee Bucks for a potential roster spot.

Alexander Johnson, NBA D-League Call-Up Candidate Breakdown

Alexander Johnson is the most NBA-ready big man the NBA Development League has ever seen. There, I said it. What's that? You want me to blow your mind by backing that outlandish statement up? Okay, will do. Alexander Johnson is 6-foot-9, 240 pounds and is averaging 23.1 points, 11.9 rebounds and 1.6 blocks while shooting better than 55% from the field.

Erie won on Mike Gansey's Mom's Birthday Yesterday in the D-League

I have some inside sources that tell me that Gale Mazzella was courtside at the game, celebrating her birthday. The last time I know Mazzella was at a BayHawks game, Erie also won. I'm fairly certain this isn't a coincidence and that she's a good luck charm.

Romel Beck Was On Fire Last Night In The D-League

Stat of the game: Romel Beck had 17 points in the first quarter. He finished with 23 after inexplicably being bench for nearly the entire second quarter. Still, his team won, so it didn't really matter.

Reggie Williams! Romel Beck! (And Nate Jawai, I Guess!) Tonight on Versus!

A preview of tonight's Dakota-Sioux Falls D-League game being shown on Versus.

D-League No Longer Devoid of Big Men?

D-League No Longer Devoid of Big Men?

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