VIDEO: Raptors' Amir Johnson snaps pics on the court with a real camera
After a camera accidentally found its way to the key, Toronto Raptors' big man Amir Johnson decided to take up photography.
Some NBA players have fascinating hobbies. Ex-Wizards center Etan Thomas is a published poet. Some guys have extensive shoe collections or an affinity for expensive cars. And perhaps Toronto Raptors forward Amir Johnson is really into photography.
After Chicago Bulls forward Carlos Boozer knocked a camera from the baseline onto the court, Johnson took advantage of the dead-ball situation and snapped a few shots of his teammates for a nice memento. Even though the Raptors might not be making the playoffs, they'll always have these memories of camaraderie to hang onto.
That's all thanks to Amir Johnson.
My favorite part is Rudy Gay posing for the camera on the fly.
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