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WWU guard Kai Johnson set to take on bigger leadership role

Johnson’s focus shifts to upcoming season after playing in CrawsOver Pro-Am

Western Washington University men's basketball junior Kai Johnson (6) looks for an opening as a defense player reacts to stop in his track.
Western Washington University men's basketball junior Kai Johnson (6) looks for an opening in the defense Aug. 13 while playing in the CrawsOver Pro-Am league at Seattle Pacific University. (Kai Johnson)
By Andrew Foster News Intern
Every summer, current and former NBA players travel to Seattle to play in Jamal Crawford’s CrawsOv

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