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“Johnson’s Law” was the title for the striking Johnson poster that was accompanied by the slogan “What goes up goes in”, as part of an ad campaign for Adidas, whose shoes Johnson wore at ...
Johnson was making reference to a photo of a young MJ in his college dorm room, which featured a “Johnson’s Law” poster on the wall. During The Last Dance, we even saw Jordan acknowledge the poster and specifically mention Johnson as a player he admired. (H/T Fansided)
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Suns forward Cameron Johnson tried to metaphorically end Tucker's career during Suns-Bucks Game 3, with the third-year guard unleashing a furious dunk on Tucker that's sure to be on posters and ...
Standard theatrical size posters; typically 27x40 or 41”. Double Sided. Printed on both sides, mirror image on back. Rolled. Stored and shipped rolled up, usually near mint condition. Original. Printed by movie studio in limited quantity for theater display.
Marques Kevin Johnson (born February 8, 1956) is an American former professional basketball player who is a basketball analyst for the Milwaukee Bucks on Fox Sports Net.He played as a small forward in the National Basketball Association (NBA) from 1977 to 1989, where he was a five-time All-Star.
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