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Full Name: Kevin Denard Johnson
Position: Forward
Height/Weight: 6-7 (2.00 m)/ 225 (102.0 kg)
Birthdate: December 2, 1979 (Houston, Texas)
High School: Homeschool Christian Youth Association (Missouri City, Texas)
College: Tulsa

Tulsa
SeasonGGSFGMFGAPCTFTMFTAPCTREBASTSTLBLPTSAVG
1999-002802751.5291424.5834213518682.4
2000-013737192340.565128171.74925924138651513.9
2001-023432192335.57399120.82518630187149414.5
2002-033333200386.51881107.75723233197650015.2
Totals1321026111112.549322422.76371910055251157711.9
Three-point field goals: 1999-00, 0-for-0 (.000); 2000-01, 3-for-5 (.600); 2001-02, 11-for-30 (.367); 2002-03, 19-for-53 (.358). Totals: 33-for-88 (.375).

Career Highlights: Named to All-Western Athletic Conference First Team as a senior after Second Team nods as a junior and sophomore. As a senior, also captured All-WAC Defensive Team honors. Had 87 career double-figure-scoring games and 18 double-digit rebounding games. Ranks fifth on the school's career scoring chart and ranks fifth in the WAC record book for blocks. In 1998-99, suffered a stress fracture in preseason drills and was forced to miss the season and received a medical redshirt.

Senior (2002-03): Led Tulsa in rebounding (7.0 rpg) and blocked shots (2.30 bpg, 24th in nation) while finishing second to teammate Jason Parker in scoring by one-tenth of a point (15.2 ppg). Ranked first in the WAC in blocks, second in field goal percentage (.518) and eighth in rebounding and scoring. Named MVP and to All-Tournament Team at the WAC Championship. Tallied 20 points in WAC Tournament win over Hawaii. Had 23 points and nine rebounds in the second round of the NCAA Tournament against Wisconsin. Scored 26 points in win over Boise State.

Junior (2001-02): Averaged a team-leading 16.9 points in WAC games. Had 29 double-figure scoring games. Led Tulsa in scoring 13 times and rebounding 10 times. Ranked first in the WAC and 19th nationally in field goal percentage (.573). Was second in the WAC in blocked shots (2.1 bpg, 36th in nation) and third in free throw percentage (.825).

Sophomore (2000-01): Led the Hurricanes in scoring (13.9 ppg), rebounding (7.0 rpg) and blocked shots (2.32 bpg). Tallied career-bests of 30 points and eight blocks along with 10 rebounds against TCU. Contributed 22 points and 10 rebounds in OT win over Minnesota. Delivered 24 points vs. North Texas.

Freshman (1999-00): Was the eighth man for Tulsa as a freshman, playing only 8.3 minutes a game. Missed eight games due to a stress fracture in his left foot. Posted a season-high eight points in six minutes vs. Hawaii. Strengths: An excellent rebounder and shotblocker who will make the transition from power forward to the small forward position as a professional. He has consistently been a high percentage shooter throughout his career.

Personal: His father Marshall Johnson played professional football for the Baltimore Colts (1975-78), and in college played basketball, football and ran track at the University of Houston. Majoring in business.