Toronto Raptors power forward Amir Johnson looked as if he would have some trouble getting up and down the floor after he banged knees with Brooklyn Nets guard Alan Anderson.

Turns out he would instead deliver the Nets all the problems they could handle, posting 12 points on 6-of-7 shooting and grabbing four rebounds in the first quarter. 

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Johnson didn't exactly have to be nimbl

e because the Nets play veteran forward Paul Pierce at power forward. Because of that fact, Johnson just took advantage of his size,  and he either scored over the top from the post or placed in an extra effort on offensive rebounds.

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