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Johnson worth the wait

OK, we can stop asking the question about what's wrong with JaJuan Johnson.

The former Purdue All-American scored 16 points, had 14 rebounds and 7 blocked shots to lead the Mad Ants to an 86-75 victory over Canton on Wednesday at Memorial Coliseum.

This was a far cry from his first two games, when he had a combined 17 points and 17 rebounds and looked tentative.

A nod also has to go to Walker Russell Jr., who led the team with 25 points, but scored 18 consecutive points in the third quarter.

Ron Howard added 20.

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