Johnson, a 6'2", 175 guard who played collegiately at Concordia (Calif.), averaged 22 points per game in four consecutive Halifax victories to put the Hurricanes atop the NBL's Atlantic Division. Johnson also went 11-for-17 from three-point range in those four games, including hitting four consecutive treys in a 124-121 overtime win against Moncton.
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