Avery Johnson’s son will join the University of Alabama basketball team, the coach announced Monday. Johnson, who was hired in early April as the Crimson Tide’s head coach, announced that his son Avery Johnson Jr. will be transferring to UA. Johnson Jr. was a point guard at Texas A&M. The younger Johnson will have to sit out..
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