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In his words: Purdue great JaJuan Johnson on return to Fort Wayne

Canton forward JaJuan Johnson, right, sets up defensively to guard Mad Ants forward Luke Harangody on Monday at Memorial Coliseum. (Photo by Reggie Hayes of The News-Sentinel)
Canton forward JaJuan Johnson, right, sets up defensively to guard Mad Ants forward Luke Harangody on Monday at Memorial Coliseum. (Photo by Reggie Hayes of The News-Sentinel)

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Johnson scored only three points for Canton in loss

Tuesday, February 05, 2013 12:01 am
Former Purdue University standout JaJuan Johnson started the season with the Mad Ants, but was traded to Canton in December. He made his first return to play against the Mad Ants on Monday. He talked to The News-Sentinel after the Ants beat Canton 94-81. Johnson scored three points.It's been working out well. We've been winning, so I can't complain about that. I'm just getting better, competing against the bigs we have on our team each and every day.I was, but that's part of the business. You just have to move on. I'm happy to be on the Charge and we'll keep trying to play together and keep winning games.Anytime you change, it's an adjustment. It's a process, like I said, but it's one of those things if you're a professional, you just have to deal with it and move on.The difference is they're at home, that's the biggest thing – taking care of home is what you're supposed to do. They did what they were supposed to do here and we did what we were supposed to do (in Canton). We tried to steal this one, but both teams played hard.No, I've built some good relationships, especially with the players. I still keep in contact with a lot of these guys. It's always good to see them.

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