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Joe Johnson of Brooklyn Nets in vanguard of NBA's yoga devotees

Joe Johnson of Brooklyn Nets in vanguard of NBA's yoga devotees

Yoga is big, both among NBA rookies (Jabari Parker) and veterans (Andre Iguodala), but in its profile of the rising popularity of yoga, Joe Johnson is front and center. Johnson, who turned 33 Sunday, is at this point in his career all about longevity. After a solid regular season (his seventh All-Star selection) and a great run in the players (21.2 points per game in 39.2 minutes), Johnson wants to make sure he's worth the $48 million he's still owed. Something must be working. He missed only three games last season. Johnson tells SI's Sarah Toland that the most crucial workout he does is...
NetsDaily Jul 3, 2014
Ian Eagle: Brooklyn Nets may be headed back to a

Ian Eagle: Brooklyn Nets may be headed back to a "core" of Deron Williams, Brook Lopez and Joe Johnson

Ian Eagle is not just one of the best play-by-play guys in sports. He is also a very good and very well-informed reporter. He's attuned to what's going on with the teams he announces for and he has worked the Nets mic since 1994.  So if he's saying something, you should listen ... maybe even closer than when he's announcing. In an interview with John Feinstein on CBS Sports, Eagle suggested the Nets are returning to the model they used in their first year in Brooklyn, building around a core of Deron Williams, Brook Lopez and Joe Johnson while getting younger and maybe even let some of the...

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