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WWU junior basketball guard primed to be ‘one of the greatest all-time Vikings’ 

Kai Johnson completed the third best scoring season in program history in 2023-2024 

Kai Johnson sits on the bleachers in Carver Gym at Western Washington University. The junior guard led Western men's basketball team into the postseason averaging 21.6 points per game.
Kai Johnson sits on the bleachers in Carver Gym at Western Washington University. The junior guard led Western men's basketball team through the regular season averaging 21.6 points per game. (Finn Wendt/Cascadia Daily News)
By Mathew Callaghan Sports Intern
As a 5-foot-3 freshman at Olympia High School, Western Washington University’s Kai Johnson had to
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