Here’s another reason to like Amir Johnson. After an and one bucket by his teammate Terrence Ross, Carlos Boozer somehow kicks a camera on to the court, that ends up in front of Johnson who then naturally picks it up and takes a few snapshots of his teammates cause he’s kinda awesome like that. At this point, it’ll be hard to talk me out of buying an Amir Johnson jersey this summer.
The Raptors seem to be playing so much better now that Dwane Casey allows his players to end practices with the Harlem Shake. He’s a real players coach.
As defined by the rules of basketball, a dribble ends when the player:
1. Touches the ball simultaneously with both hands
2. Permits the ball to come to rest while they are in control of it
3. Touches the ball more than once while dribbling, before it touches the floor.
However on this night, Amir Johnson fought the dribbling law and won — then laughed about it. The face of Blazers coach Terry Stotts pretty much sums it all up.