Someone needs to calm Stanley Johnson down.
I love intensity, when it makes sense. Calling out the NBA's most dominant physical specimen.. does NOT make sense.
For someone reason, Stanley Johnson shared with the press that he feels he is a "Lebron stopper."
I'm a huge Stanley Johnson fan, and I think he's going to be a great player, but this comment makes no sense.
Johnson, a 19-year-old rookie out of the University of Arizona, said after the game that he was "definitely" in James' head, despite the fact that the Cavs star was 6-for-6 against Johnson as his primary defender, according to ESPN Stats & Information, and finished with 27 points.
I love smack talk, but you have to back it up with production.
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Probably best that Stanley Johnson leave Lebron alone right?