Reports about a "Lockout League" to be held in Las Vegas, Nevada, have floated out over the last few weeks.
Ian Begley of ESPNNewYork.com reports that Portland Trail Blazers point guard Armon Johnson will participate in the league -- along with dozens of other NBA players -- in games run and coordinated by Impact Training.
Johnson played his high school ball in Reno and college at Nevada. He averaged 2.9 points and 2.1 assists in 7.3 minutes per game in 38 appearances for the Blazers as a rookie. He also spent time with the D-League's Idaho Stampede.
Online video streaming of the games will reportedly be available. For more details on the league, click here.
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