Tyler Johnson RUMORS & NEWS

  • Nets expect Tyler Johnson to miss 2-3 weeks to strengthen sore knee

    The Score "The Brooklyn Nets expect guard Tyler Johnson's sore right knee to require a "period of rehabilitation and strengthening" of two-to-three weeks before he returns to action, according to ESPN's Malika Andrews. " April 06

  • Tyler Johnson will have bigger role for depleted Nets

    New York Post "The Nets’ impressive backcourt was decimated, and that was before James Harden suffered a neck injury. Tyler Johnson — in the midst of his most efficient season in years — will surely be asked to step up when his number is called by Nets coach Steve Nash. But he..." March 24

  • Tyler Johnson worked way back into Nets good graces

    New York Post "Tyler Johnson has earned his way back from persona non grata into the Nets’ backcourt rotation. And on a loaded team with All-Star guards like James Harden and Kyrie Irving, that’s not a simple thing. “Well he’s worked really hard,” coach Steve Nash..." February 18

  • Talen Horton-Tucker could get ‘Tyler Johnson poison-pill contract’ in free agency

    Lakers Daily "The Los Angeles Lakers have found a gem in sophomore Talen Horton-Tucker. However, Brian Windhorst of ESPN.com recently noted that the Lakers could get stuck into a situation where they would have to pay top dollar to retain the youngster. “People think..." February 08

  • Tyler Johnson values Sean Marks transparency, leading to new gig with Nets

    Nets Daily "Sean Marks made Tyler Johnson a rich man at 24, so rich in fact that when TJ first saw the contract numbers on the Nets offer sheet — $50 million over four years, he threw up ... twice. The Heat, of course, matched that offer and TJ headed back to Miami rich but as he told NetsDaily..." December 03

  • Nets Re-Sign Tyler Johnson

    Nets Daily "In a bit of a surprise move, the Nets announced Friday that they have re-signed Tyler Johnson, who they added to their injury and COVID-depleted roster just before the Orlando “bubble” opened.  According to Alex Schiffer of The Athletic, the deal is for the vets..." November 27