Trey Johnson

SG / Sacramento Kings / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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    Kings waive Trey Johnson

    The Kings waived guard Trey Johnson Saturday, reducing the team's roster to 14 players. Johnson scored eight points in 12 minutes over four preseason games.

  • Hornets waive Johnson

    News: The New Orleans Hornets released G Trey Johnson on Friday after he appeared in 11 games this season. Johnson posted averages of 1.9 points and 1.1 rebounds per game during his limited playing time with New Orleans, his fourth NBA team in three years.
    Analysis: Johnson has played in 23 total games during his career and produced an average of 2.6 points per game. He has also spent time in the NBA Developmental League. For now, Fantasy owners should not consider him a worthwhile option and leave him untouched in all formats.
  • Johnson enjoyed time with Lakers

    News: The Orange County Register reports that Lakers guard Trey Johnson, who was called up from the NBA Developmental League with two games left in the regular season when the Lakers were left short-handed by Steve Blake's chickenpox and Matt Barnes' knee problems, played 13 minutes in one regular-season game and three playoff games. He had been the Bakersfield Jam's leading scorer. "I told Phil (Jackson) and Mitch (Kupchak) that I appreciated the opportunity that I needed, that maybe other teams might think that if they (Lakers) could use him, then maybe we can, too." Johnson said Kupchak didn't give him any indication whether the Lakers were going to keep him on the roster, although it's unlikely.
    Analysis: Keep an eye on what happens with Johnson heading into the offseason, but he has minimal Fantasy value even if he returns to the Lakers in 2011-12 in a reserve role. He is not worth drafting in the majority of leagues next year.
  • Johnson set to join Lakers

    News: The Lakers are planning to sign free-agent guard Trey Johnson reports, the Orange County Register. Johnson averaged 25.5 points, 4.5 assists and 4.2 rebounds for the Bakersfield Jam of the NBA Development League this season.
    Analysis: Johnson is expected to be signed to provide depth in the backcourt with Steve Blake sidelined with the chicken pox. The 26-year-old was in camp with the Lakers during the preseason before eventually being released. Johnson also spent some time with Toronto this season and averaged 4.0 points and 1.0 rebounds during his seven games with the club. He does have some talent, although will not likely get a chance to display much of it coming of Los Angeles' bench. Fantasy owners can continue to ignore Johnson in the majority formats at this point of the season.
  • Johnson sticks around with Raptors

    News: The Raptors announced Monday that they signed G Trey Johnson to a second 10-day contract. Johnson has appeared in five games for Toronto, averaging 12.6 minutes per game.
    Analysis: Johnson is around to provide the team with depth due to some injuries in the back court. He is not expected to see significant playing time and may not be with the team for much longer. He should not be owned in Fantasy.
  • Johnson to last with Toronto?

    News: After being signed to a 10-day contract January 26, Raptors guard Trey Johnson reached a season-high 10 points in Friday's win over the Timberwolves. He shot 3 of 7 from the floor, making all four of his free-throw attempts in the process. Johnson added three rebounds while notching a block and an assist in 18 minutes of playing time.
    Analysis: Johnson's 10-days run up February 5, so he did the most he could to make an impression to the team. Depending on his chances of signing another small contract, Johnson could end up being an interesting story moving forward. Unfortunately, unless he begins to see considerable minutes after securing a spot on the team's rotation, Johnson should continue to be ignored in Fantasy play.
  • T. Johnson scores in debut

    News: Toronto signed guard Trey Johnson on Wednesday to a 10-day contract and he produced -- slightly -- in his debut with the Raptors. He logged 12 minutes and shot 1 for 4 from the field. He went 1 for 2 from behind the 3-point arc, finishing with three points. He wouldn't contribute anything else in Toronto's 107-94 loss to Philadelphia.
    Analysis: Johnson leads the NBA D-League with an average of 25.8 points per game over his first 25 contests this year. Before Wednesday he had just three games in the NBA under his belt. That was back with the Cavaliers in 2008-09. Despite getting playing time, Fantasy owners should continue to ignore Johnson. Once Toronto gets healthier, he won't be worth owning -- if he remains with the team.
  • T. Johnson signs on with Toronto

    News: The Raptors announced Wednesday they have signed SG Trey Johnson to a 10-day contract.
    Analysis: Johnson currently leads the NBA D-League with an average of 25.8 points in 25 games, but has only three NBA games under his belt with the Cavs back in 2008-09. For now, continue to ignore Johnson until he somehow finds NBA minutes, whether it's in Toronto or elsewhere.
  • T. Johnson still rolling in NBDL

    News: Lakers SG Trey Johnson is currently thriving in the NBDL, as he leads the league in scoring with an average of 25.1 points in 19 games.
    Analysis: Johnson has been a NBDL star over the last couple of seasons, averaging 20-plus points in each, but has yet to break into an NBA squad for more than three games with the Cavs back in 2008-09. For now, continue to ignore Johnson until he somehow finds NBA minutes somewhere.
  • Johnson cut by Lakers

    News: The Lakers waived G Trey Johnson on Thursday. He averaged 2.8 points per game in five preseason appearances.
    Analysis: Johnson was not likely to make the team's final roster and this should not impact Fantasy owners. He is not a player worth owning in any league.
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