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Portland Trail Blazers waive Armon Johnson

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The Portland Trail Blazers have waived former Hug High and Wolf Pack Guard Armon Johnson.

It was a move made to make room for Joel Przybilla.  Johnson can be claimed by any NBA team in the next 10 days.  If he's not picked up he becomes a free agent.  He will receive the remaining portion of this year's salary.

Armon was a second round pick of the Blazers in 2010.  He's only played five total minutes for Portland this season.

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