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Fantasy Points
Feb 27, 2024 29 9 1 2 14
Feb 26, 2024 25 12 2 3 20
Feb 24, 2024 22 10 7 0 18
Feb 22, 2024 21 6 2 2 14
Feb 14, 2024 18 4 3 2 11

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Rebounds Per Game
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Blocks Per Game
spg
Steals Per Game
2023 103623 27.8 13.3 2.5 4.5 0.3 0.8
2022 101824.2 28.6 15.5 1.9 4.4 0.3 1.2
2021 131920 26.2 12.5 1.5 4.1 0.2 0.9
3y Avg. 109919.6 26.0 12.2 1.6 3.9 0.3 0.9
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Fantasy News

  • Nets' Cameron Johnson: Gets starting nod

    Johnson is in the starting lineup for Tuesday's game versus the Magic, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports. Johnson will replace Cam Thomas (ankle) in the starting five Tuesday. Johnson is averaging 13.2 points, 5.4 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 1.2 steals in 28.2 minutes across his last five starting appearances.
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  • Nets' Cameron Johnson: Balanced outing off bench in loss

    Johnson provided 10 points (2-9 FG, 2-7 3Pt, 4-5 FT), seven rebounds and one steal over 22 minutes during Saturday's 101-86 loss to the Timberwolves. Johnson led all bench players in Saturday's contest in scoring while pacing the Nets' second unit in rebounds during a balanced performance despite the loss. Johnson had a bounce-back outing after failing to reach double figures the last two games, ending as one of five Brooklyn players with a double-digit point total. Johnson has recorded 10 or more points with seven or more boards in seven contests this year.
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  • Nets' Cameron Johnson: Limited impact in return

    Johnson (adductor) tallied four points (1-5 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 1-2 FT), three rebounds, two assists and one block across 18 minutes in Wednesday's 136-86 loss to the Celtics. Johnson made his return from a four-game absence due to adductor tightness, but based on how he performed Wednesday, the Nets may have in hindsight preferred to have held him out. In fairness, Johnson didn't get much support from his teammates Wednesday, as the Celtics ran the Nets out of the gym early and built a 36-point halftime lead. Fantasy managers shouldn't get too discouraged by Johnson's modest minutes total either, as it likely isn't an accurate representation of what he'll receive in a competitive game moving forward. No Nets player logged more than 26 minutes in the blowout loss, and all 14 active players saw at least eight minutes. With the All-Star break on the horizon, Johnson and the Nets will have plenty of time to regroup before the team returns to action Feb. 22 versus Toronto.
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  • Nets' Cameron Johnson: Good to go Wednesday

    Johnson (thigh) is available to play in Wednesday's game against Boston. Johnson has missed the past four games for Brooklyn, but it's a good sign if the Nets are allowing him to play right before the All-Star break. However, the Nets will play it cautious, as Johnson will be on a minute restriction and come off the bench Wednesday evening, per Meghan Triplett of YES Network.
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  • Nets' Cameron Johnson: Likely to play Wednesday

    Johnson (adductor) remains out for Tuesday's game against the Celtics, but head coach Jacque Vaughn said that the forward is on track to play in Wednesday's rematch with the Celtics, Erik Slater of ClutchPoints.com reports. Johnson will be sidelined for a fourth straight contest Tuesday, but barring a setback in pregame warmups Wednesday, he should be able to give the Nets some minutes in their final contest before the All-Star break. Though Johnson had been starting prior to suffering the adductor injury, it's unclear if he would take back his spot on the top unit from Dorian Finney-Smith if available Wednesday.
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  • Nets' Cameron Johnson: Out again Tuesday

    Johnson (adductor) has been ruled out against the Celtics on Tuesday. He'll miss his fourth straight game due to adductor tightness, with the Nets likely to turn to Dorian Finney-Smith to make a second straight start in Johnson's stead. Johnson appears to be getting closer to a return and was recently spotted doing some on-court work, but the Nets could still choose to hold him out through the All-Star break rather than rushing his return to action for the second leg of a back-to-back set Wednesday in Boston.
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  • Nets' Cameron Johnson: Will remain out Saturday

    Johnson (adductor) won't play in Saturday's game versus the Spurs and will be re-evaluated next week, Erik Slater of ClutchPoints.com reports. Johnson has already been ruled out Thursday and will miss his third straight contest Saturday due to left adductor tightness. Ben Simmons will likely continue to start in his absence. Johnson's next chance to suit up is Tuesday's matchup with Boston.
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  • Nets' Cameron Johnson: Remains out Thursday

    Johnson (adductor) won't play in Thursday's game versus the Cavaliers, Meghan Triplett of YES Network reports. Johnson will miss his second straight contest due to left adductor tightness. Ben Simmons started the previous game in Johnson's absence, while the latter's next chance to suit up is Saturday's matchup with the Spurs. Per Evan Barnes of Newsday, Johnson underwent an MRI on Tuesday, but the results remain unclear.
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  • Nets' Cameron Johnson: Will miss Tuesday's game

    Johnson (adductor) won't play Tuesday versus Dallas. Johnson exited Monday's loss to the Warriors with left adductor tightness, and the injury will keep him out for at least one game. Dorian Finney-Smith (ankle) is out as well, likely leaving Royce O'Neale in line for a large workload, while Trendon Watford could enter the rotation. Ben Simmons (back) is also active Tuesday.
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  • Nets' Cameron Johnson: Unlikely to play Tuesday

    Johnson (hip) is doubtful for Tuesday's game against Dallas, C.J. Holmes of the New York Daily News reports. Johnson left Monday's loss to the Warriors after experiencing adductor soreness and will likely be sidelined for at least one game. If he's downgraded to out, his next chance to suit up would come Thursday versus Cleveland. With Dorian Finney-Smith (ankle) and Lonnie Walker (hamstring) both out, Royce O'Neale could move into the starting lineup versus the Mavericks.
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  • Nets' Cameron Johnson: Not on injury report

    Johnson (personal) isn't on the Nets' injury report for Monday's game versus the Jazz, Evan Barnes of Newsday reports. Johnson missed Saturday's win over Houston due to personal reasons, but it appears he'll return to action Monday. He should reclaim a starting role, as Dorian Finney-Smith (ankle) has been ruled out. Over his last 13 appearances (all starts), Johnson has averaged 11.7 points, 4.3 rebounds and 2.8 assists in 27.8 minutes per game.
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  • Nets' Cameron Johnson: Out for personal reasons

    Johnson won't play in Saturday's game against Houston for personal reasons. It's not clear if Johnson will be back with the Nets in time for Monday's game against Utah. In Johnson's absence Saturday, the Nets could lean more heavily on Royce O'Neale, Cam Thomas and Lonnie Walker to fill out minutes at forward.
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  • Nets' Cameron Johnson: Cleared to play

    Johnson (shoulder) is available for Thursday's game against the Timberwolves. Johnson was questionable for Thursday's matchup, but he'll be able to suit up despite his shoulder injury. Over his last four appearances, he's averaged 12.8 points, 4.5 assists and 4.0 rebounds in 26.0 minutes per game.
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  • Nets' Cameron Johnson: Questionable for Thursday

    Johnson (shoulder) is questionable for Thursday's game against Minnesota, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports. Johnson must have tweaked his shoulder during Tuesday's game, but we'll have a better idea of his availability for Thursday based on his activity level after the team's morning shootaround. If he's not able to give it a go, that would likely result in more opportunity for guys like Cam Thomas and Royce O'Neale.
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  • Nets' Cameron Johnson: Pops for 19 against Knicks

    Johnson amassed 19 points (7-14 FG, 4-6 3Pt, 1-1 FT), five rebounds and two assists over 25 minutes during Tuesday's 108-103 loss to the Knicks. The fifth-year forward produced his best scoring effort since he dropped 24 points on the Pistons on Boxing Day. Johnson's had a disappointing season so far, and his numbers have been trending in the wrong direction overall -- through 10 games in January he's averaging just 11.8 points, 3.9 boards, 3.1 assists and 2.4 threes while shooting 38.6 percent from the floor and 50.0 percent from the free-throw line. Without a clear explanation for his shooting woes, Johnson's a tough player to keep active, but the upside he showed in 2022-23 makes him risky to drop.
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  • Nets' Cameron Johnson: Struggles continue in loss

    Johnson ended with 13 points (6-9 FG, 1-3 3Pt), three rebounds, five assists and one block in 27 minutes during Wednesday's 105-103 loss to the Trail Blazers. Johnson scored no more than 15 points for the fifth time in the past six games, continuing to struggle with his shot. He has been well outside the top 250 over the past two weeks, averaging just 9.6 points per game on 32.7 percent shooting. He will be better than this, but managers may have to recalibrate when projecting his fantasy value moving forward. Based on what we have seen this season, he could be on the outside looking in when it comes to the top 100.
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  • Nets' Cameron Johnson: Decent output in loss

    Johnson closed Wednesday's 112-101 loss to the Rockets with 15 points (6-13 FG, 3-6 3Pt, 0-2 FT), six rebounds, five assists and one block over 32 minutes. Johnson didn't have a good performance Wednesday, though his 15 points were enough to end up as one of the Nets' primary scorers in a game where the team only tallied 101 total points. Johnson has been consistent of late, scoring at least 15 points in seven of his last eight contests while shooting an impressive 55.9 percent from the field in that span.
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  • Nets' Cameron Johnson: Leads Brooklyn in loss

    Johnson finished Tuesday's 112-85 loss to the Pelicans with 17 points (6-for-12 FG, 5-9 3Pt), four rebounds, two assists and one steal over 26 minutes. Johnson was responsible for five of the Nets' 11 three-point makes in Tuesday's loss. Only three Brooklyn players -- Johnson, Mikal Bridges and Day'Ron Sharpe -- scored in double-digits in a game the Nets scored just 34 points in the first half. Johnson is averaging 17.0 points on 50.0 percent shooting over his last 10 games.
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  • Nets' Cameron Johnson: Set to play against Washington

    Johnson (knee) isn't on the injury report for Friday's game versus the Wizards, Erik Slater of ClutchPoints.com reports. Johnson will return to action Friday after missing Wednesday's game versus the Bucks due to right knee injury management. Johnson will likely reclaim his starting spot from Royce O'Neale.
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  • Nets' Cameron Johnson: Lands team-high 24 points

    Johnson had 24 points (9-13 FG, 4-6 3Pt, 2-4 FT), two rebounds, one assist and one steal in 26 minutes during Tuesday's 118-112 victory over the Pistons. Johnson led the way with 24 points, including shooting 4-of-6 from the perimeter, helping the Nets to a narrow victory. It's been an indifferent season for Johnson, doing enough to be rostered everywhere, yet remaining somewhat underwhelming. Fantasy managers should perhaps view this as a potential sell-high opportunity, especially if he can string a few productive games together.
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