Nino Johnson



Current Team:



6′ 9″

Date of birth:

January 15, 1993

Birth place:

Memphis, TN


Memphis Hustle NBA G-League


Alaska Aces, Philippines PBA


Memphis Hustle NBA G-League


Memphis Hustle NBA G-League


Thor AK Akureyri, Iceland Dominos League

17.5 points: 10.9 rebounds: 2.5 assists: 1.8 blocked shots in 28.5 minutes per game


Energa Czarni Slupsk, Poland TBL



Joensuun Kataja, Finland

Basketball Champions League

8.3 points: 5.0 rebounds: 1.9 blocked shots in 20.9 minutes per game: 7 games played


12.1 points: 7.6 rebounds: 1.4 blocked shots in 21.9 minutes per game:


Takamatsu Five Arrows, Japan BJ League

12.3 points: 11.1 rebounds: 2.0 assists: 1.4 blocked shots in 29.8 minutes per game:48 games played


Southeast Missouri State University NCAA D-1 (Ohio Valley Conference)

10.4 points: 7.0 rebounds: 1.2 assists: 2.1 blocked shots in 29.1 minutes per game: 30 games played




Southeast’s fourth-leading scorer (8.5 ppg) and third-leading rebounder (6.0 RPG) in 30 games and 21 starts…Ranked fourth on the team in minutes played with 25.5 per contest…Finished 10th in the Ohio Valley Conference in rebounding and 12th in blocks…Ended the year with 28 blocks, third-most on the team…Recorded his 100th career block at Memphis (12/21)…Turned in three double-doubles…Scored double figures in his last six starts of the season…Had a season-high 14 points on two occasions — vs. Jacksonville State (2/20), vs. Austin Peay (2/27)…Pulled down a season-best 12 rebounds vs. Tulane (11/30), his second start of the season…Made 8-of-9 free throws, and scored 12 points at Ball State (11/18)…Ranked second on the team with 63 offensive rebounds…Averaged 8.8 points and six rebounds in OVC games alone…Scored double figures in his last six starts of the season.



Broke Southeast’s all-time single-season blocks record…Officially topped Bud Eley’s previous mark of 75 blocks (1998-99) when he recorded three swats vs. Ball State (2/23)…Finished the year with 84 blocks, averaging 2.5 per contest…Led the team, ranked second in the OVC, and rated 22nd in the nation in blocked shots…Led the team and ranked second in the OVC with 8.8 rebounds per game…Was third on the team in scoring (11.1 ppg) and led the Redhawks in field goal percentage (.566)…Averaged just under 10 points per game (9.9) in conference play…Notched a team-high 10 double-doubles…Scored double figures a total of 21 times…Scored a career-high 21 points and matched a career-high 16 rebounds vs. Central Arkansas (12/8)…Poured in 20 or more points on two occasions…Collected double-digit rebounds 12 times…Had 10 or more rebounds in five of his last nine games of the season…Gathered at least two blocks in 23 contests…Posted a career-high seven blocks vs. SIU Edwardsville (2/7)…Made a career-high nine field goals vs. McNeese State (11/15)…Scored double-figures in six-straight games from Nov. 26 to Dec. 19.


Selected as the Preseason OVC Freshman of the Year by College Sports Madness…Played in 26 games off the bench…Averaged 2.2 points and 1.9 rebounds per game… Scored 11 points in each of his first two contests of the season…Shot 58.8 percent (20-of-34) from the field…Contributed 7.8 minutes per game…Hit a season-high 5-of-7 field goals and 1-of-2 free throws against both No. 25 Missouri (11/11) and Harris-Stowe (11/14)…Pulled down seven rebounds in 22 minutes against the Tigers…Tied for third on the team with eight blocks…Finished with two blocks vs. Harris-Stowe (11/14) and Austin Peay (1/26)…Saw action in 14 OVC games.