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June 22, 2021

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June 22, 2021

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March 11, 2021
He was my all-time favorite player throughout his career. It’s been 14 years. My best to his family and loved ones.
March 1, 2020
I would like to offer my condolences to the family and friends of mr Dennis Johnson may he be blessed by the God of tender mercies
November 29, 2019
Dennis was a dear friend at Pepperdine University. To this day I recall our little chats together. But one of the events that takes to heart is that he wanted to spar with me because I taught the Self-Defense Classes. He and two others put on the gloves and took me on (one at a time of course) and I told them they each had 2 minutes to go at me...and don't hold back! Neither one lasted 1 minute. I just covered up for a little while and watch their punches come from Chicago (Yeah I was shorter than they were). Once their guard was down I went to town until they told me to stop. We sat and chatted and I told them, "You run basketball court in the morning, in the afternoon and in the evening. You are in better physical condition then I with strength and stamina...but your game is Basketball...and mine is hitting. It's a different psychological attitude and because you stepped into a different court...you have to consider different aspects of offense and defense. In your world of Basketball you have rules...in my world the only rule is to do whatever it takes to win!" Dennis put his arm around me and thanked me for the experience...and lesson. We always acknowledged each other whenever we crossed paths on campus. He was and has been a sparkle in my life and I am honored to have shared time with him...though short...it was priceless!
July 23, 2019
What a great player Dennis was. RIP
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