In the aggregate, Brooklyn Nets shooting guard Joe Johnson hasn't had the season we'd imagined when the Nets traded pennies on the ($19 million) dollar(s) to acquire Johnson in July; his PER is below league average, his scoring and efficiency are down across the board, and there are games when he hardly looks like the six-time All-Star he was in Atlanta.
But it hasn't all been bad. Even with some Iso-Joe issues, Johnson has been the team's late-game catalyst, a rock with the ball in his hands (evidenced by his team-low turnover rate), and outside of Brook Lopez, its most consistent scorer. After the jump, here are his top ten plays at the halfway point of the season, with some bonus highlights at the beginning.
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