Wesley Johnson

#33F

Wesley

Johnson

2017 - 18 MPGFG%3P%FT%PPGRPGAPGBPG
SEASON 22.8 41.1 32.9 72.5 6.3 3.5 0.9 1
CAREER STATS 23 40.6 33.6 74.1 7.3 3.3 1.1 0.7

HEIGHT

6 ft7 in

/ 2.01m

WEIGHT

215 lbs

/ 97.5kg

LATEST VIDEOS

0021700881 LAC PHX RECAP

Lou Williams scores 35 points and Tobias Harris adds a double-double with 30 points and 12 rebounds as the Clippers top the Suns 128-117.

0021700830 LAL DAL RECAP

Dirk Nowitzki brings in a season-high 22 points and four rebounds to help lead the Mavericks to a 130-123 win over the Lakers.

0021700752 por lac recap

Damian Lillard puts up 28 points and seven assists as the Trail Blazers defeat the Clippers for their first win in Staples center since 2015.

0021700733 LAC NOP RECAP

Blake Griffin stuffs the stat sheet with 27 points, 12 rebounds, and 7 assists in the Clippers 112-103 win over the Pelicans. Anthony Davis had 25 points and 17 rebounds for New Orleans in the loss.

0021700733 LAC NOP JOHNSON DUNK Q3 WSC

Blake Griffin finds a cutting Wesley Johnson for a nice move and dunk.

0021700718 LAC MEM RECAP

Lou Williams erupts for 40 points and 10 assists the Clippers get a win on the road over the Grizzlies 109-100. Marc Gasol had a triple-double of 13 points, 12 rebounds, and 10 assists for Memphis in the loss.

0021700709 bos lac recap

Kyrie Irving scores 20 points and Jayson Tatum adds 18 as they find a victory over the Clippers to end their four-game losing streak.

0021700709 bos lac Wesley Johnson Block Q3

Jaylen Brown gets the ball under the basket and goes up for the dunk but Wesley Johnson swats the ball and blocks the shot.

0021700695 MIN LAC RECAP

Andrew Wiggins goes off for 40 points and grabs six rebounds as the Timberwolves get the 126-118 win over the Clippers.

0021700681 LAC UTA johnson and1 q1

Wesley Johns stops, pops, and draws the foul for the and-1.

 0021700648 HOU LAC johnson alley q2

Lou Williams throws up an alley-oop for Wesley Johnson to slam home with two hands.

0021700628 SAC LAC johnson dunk q2

Lou Williams gets the bounce pass to Wesley Johnson for the drive and dunk.

20180108 PLAY OF THE DAY

Lou Williams misses on a three-pointer but Wesley Johnson grabs the offensive rebound and passes to C.J. Williams, who connects on his three-pointer for the game-winning basket.

0021700587 NYK DAL RECAP

Kristaps Porzingis leads the way with 29 points and eight rebounds as the Knicks defeat the Mavericks 100-96.

0021700567 OKC LAC RECAP

Russell Westbrook leads all scorers with a triple-double of 29 points, 12 rebounds, and 11 assists as the Thunder defeat the Clippers 127-117.

0021700567 OKC LAC JOHNSON BLOCK Q1

Wesley Johnson and DeAndre Jordan double-team to get the block on Russell Westbrook.

0021700567 OKC LAC TEODOSIC PASS Q1

Milos Teodosic dishes the no-look bounce pass to Wesley Johnson for the dunk.

0021700553 MEM LAC RECAP

Lou Williams scores 33 points off the bench and Blake Griffin adds 21 as the Clippers defeat the Grizzlies 113-105.

20171231 Move of the Night

Wesley Johnson fakes left and drives right for the layup.

0021700542 CHA LAC Jonson layup Q2

Wesley Johnson drives baseline and finishes at the rim with the finger roll.


PLAYER BIO

Professional History

2014-15 (Lakers):
• Appeared in 76 games (59 starts), averaging 9.9 points, 4.2 rebounds, 1.6 assists, 0.8 steals and 0.6 blocks in 29.5 minutes.
• Notched 37 games of 10+ points, one game of 20+ and had three double-doubles.
• 11/1/14 at Golden State, notched first double-digit scoring game of the year with 15 points (6-9 FG) and four rebounds.
• 11/28/14 vs. Minnesota, scored a season-high 19 points (4th 10+ point game of the season).
• 12/12/14 at San Antonio, recorded 10+ points in third straight game with 13 points (3-3 3FG) and five rebounds.
• 12/14/14 at Minnesota, totaled 12 points and tied a career-high with six assists.
• 12/15/14 at Indiana, had fifth straight double-figure game with 13 points.
• 2/22/15 vs. Boston, had 22 points (season-high) on 9-11 shooting with five rebounds.
• 3/29/15 at Brooklyn, scored 17 points with five rebounds.
• 3/30/15 at Philadelphia, had 12 points and a team high 11 rebounds with three blocks and two steals.

2013-14 (Lakers):
• Appeared in 79 games (62 starts), averaging 9.1 points, 4.4 rebounds, 1.6 assists, 1.09 steals and 0.97 blocks in 28.4 minutes.
• Posted career-best averages in points, rebounds, steals and blocks.
• Totaled 35 games of 10+ points.
• Finished with four games of 20+ points.
• Notched four double-doubles.
• 11/13/13 at Denver, became the only Laker to block five shots, have three steals and hit two three pointers in a game since at least the 1985-86 season.
• 11/29/13 at Detroit, went 9-of-11 from the field (6-7 3FG, tying a career-high in makes) for 27 points.
• 1/15/14 at Phoenix, played a career-high 44 minutes, hit a career mark in free throws (six) and scored 20+ points (22) for the 10th time in career.
• 1/17/14 at Boston, posted 11 points and 11 rebounds for first double-double of the year and second of career.
• 4/13/14 vs. Memphis, scored 15 points to go with a career-high 15 rebounds.
• Missed two total games due to illness: one game with gastroenteritis (12/31/13) and one game with an upper respiratory infection (3/21/14).

2012-13 (Phoenix):
• Appeared in 50 games (21 starts), averaging 8.0 points and 2.5 rebounds in 19.1 minutes.
• Scored in double-figures 17 times including three 20+ point games.
• 2/26/13 vs. Minnesota, recorded 14 points, a career high nine rebounds, three assists and two steals.
• Totaled 14 points, a career-high nine rebounds and two steals on 3/18/13 vs. Lakers.
• Posted seven points and a season-high four assists on 3/22/13 vs. Minnesota.
• Finished with 21 points (season-high five 3FGM), five rebounds and two steals on 3/24/13 vs. Brooklyn.
• Scored a season-high 22 points (8-16 FG) while posting a season-high three steals on 3/27/13 at Utah.
• Netted 12 points, seven rebounds and a season high two blocks on 4/15/13 vs. Houston.

2011-12 (Minnesota):
• Appeared in 65 games (team-high 64 starts) with Minnesota, averaging 6.0 points and 2.7 rebounds in 22.6 minutes.
• Shot 39.8% overall for the season from the field but shot 45.1% in the month of April (13 games).
• Scored 10+ points nine times.
• Led team in blocked shots (48).
• Recorded 11 points, a career-high tying four steals and season-high three blocks on 3/9/12 vs. Lakers.
• 3/7/12 vs. Portland, scored a season-high 19 points (8-11 FG, 3-4 3FG).
• 2/3/12 at New Jersey totaled 10 points and a season-high eight rebounds.
• Posted nine points and a season-high eight rebounds on 1/13/12 at New Orleans.
• Missed one game due to illness (1/23/12).

2010-11 (Minnesota):
• Appeared in a team-high 79 games (63 starts) with Minnesota, ranking eighth among rookies in scoring (9.0 points), sixth in three-point accuracy (35.6%), 10th in steals (0.73 steals), seventh in blocks (0.68 blocks) and sixth in minutes played (26.2 minutes).
• Established a new rookie franchise record with 103 three-point field goals made on the season.
• 3/18/11 at LA Lakers, scored a career-high 29 points (11-21 FG), at that point, the most by a Timberwolves rookie since 1996.
• Led team in scoring four times.
• Scored 20+ points five times.
• 3/1/11 vs. LA Lakers, posted 20 points and a season-high tying eight rebounds.
• 2/27/11 vs. Golden State, recorded a season-high four steals.
• Recorded 13 points, six rebounds and a career-high four blocked shots on 2/8/11 at Houston.
• 12/27/10 vs. New Orleans, scored 24 points (8-12 FG, 6-8 3FG) including a franchise rookie-record tying six three-point field goals made.
• 12/15/10 at Phoenix, totaled 17 points and a career high tying five assists.
• 12/4/10 vs. Cleveland, scored 20 points (8-9 FG).

COLLEGE (Iowa State – 2006-2008, Syracuse – 2009-2010):
• Three-year collegiate performer at Iowa State (2006-08) and Syracuse (2009-10).
• Sat out the 2008-09 season after transferring schools, per NCAA rules.
• Named a First Team All-American as a junior at Syracuse by the Associated Press, United States Basketball Writers Association and Fox Sports.
• Finalist for the Naismith Trophy, awarded to the men’s college basketball player of the year.
• Big East Player of the Year, All-Big East Conference First Team as a junior.
• Big 12 Conference All-Rookie Team.
• In his final collegiate season as a junior, averaged 16.5 points and 8.5 rebounds, leading Syracuse in both categories.
• Averaged 22.0 points in the NCAA Tournament, and scored a career-high 31 points to go along with 14 rebounds to lead Syracuse to a win over Gonzaga in the second round; it was his career-high 12th double-double of the season.
• Saw action in 58 total games with the Iowa State Cyclones from 2006-08, starting 55 of them.
• Averaged 12.3 points and 6.1 rebounds in his career at Iowa State.
• Slowed by an ankle injury in his sophomore season, was still named honorable mention All-Big 12 after averaging 12.4 points and 4.0 rebounds.
• Collegehoops.net honorable mention Freshman All-America, Big 12 All-Rookie Team.
• As a freshman, earned a Big 12 Player of the Week honor and Big 12 Rookie of the Week award.

COLLEGE (Iowa State – 2006-2008, Syracuse – 2009-2010):
• Full name is Wesley JaMarr Johnson.
• Son of Robert and Mary Johnson.
• Has a brother, Craig Carroll, and a sister, Rhonda Smith.
• Father of twins, son Wesley II and daughter Santana.
• Majored in communications and rhetorical studies.
• Attended high school at Corsicana (Texas), The Patterson School (North Carolina) and Eldon Academy (Michigan).

Traditional Season Stats

SeasonGPMINFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%OREBDREBREBASTTOVSTLBLKPFDD2TD3PTS+/-
Season2017 53GP 1206MIN 125FGM 304FGA 41.1FG% 483PM 1463PA 32.93P% 37FTM 51FTA 72.5FT% 21OREB 162DREB 183REB 49AST 48TOV 62STL 54BLK 118PF 1DD2 0TD3 335PTS -18+/-
YearTeamGPGSMINPTSFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%OREBDREBREBASTSTLBLKTOVPF+/-
2017LAC5329120633512530441.14814632.9375172.52116218349625448118-18
2016LAC6838101867320036.52911824.6111764.7261551812329301883-56
2015LAC809166554920851540.410330933.3304665.23721124849895654173121
2014LAL7659224475328669141.49125935.19011280.467252319124594587162-309
2013LAL7962224071527765142.510027136.9617779.270278348124867790207-374
2012PHX502195239916139640.75015532.3273577.1211021233422184856-231
2011MIN6564146839315839739.85316931.4243470.62415317759354860115-152
2010MIN7963206970927168239.710328935.6649269.651189240148585495163-440

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