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He comes to all the games with my fiancee, Ashley.” Johnson was born with athleticism from the family genes.
Jennifer played different sports in school and Milton, who only played in church and recreational basketball leagues, was “super athletic,” Johnson said.
And Brandon, who’s one year older than Tyler at 24, could run a 4.3 time in the 40-yard dash, and not even train.
“I couldn’t even come close,” said Johnson, whose siblings Gabriel (sixth grade), Lauren (Chico State) and Logan (Saint Francis) all play basketball competitively.
“He was, like, ‘I’ll give you 100 bucks if you can make it from all the way across the street,'” Jennifer said.
While she was deployed in the East African nation of Djibouti for search and rescue missions, as part of her ongoing 14 years of U. Air Force service at Northern California’s Moffett Federal Airfield, she would spend time at the local orphanage and send heartwarming photos of her with the babies to her son, Tyler.
One day in August 2005, while they were having one of their long-distance phone calls, Johnson said something very profound.
“He said, ‘Mama, when I make it to the NBA, we’re going to go to Africa and adopt a baby,'” recalled Jennifer, who’s Moffett’s airfield manager.
A Basketball Star Is Born The first complete sentence Johnson said when he was two years old was “shoot the ball.” As Jennifer remembered, “He would have a ball in his hands at all times—a basketball, football, soccer ball, whatever it was—and he would just chuck it across the room.” Now, Johnson’s son, Dameon, who’s two and has a tiny Heat shirt of his dad, is reenacting some of the same moves. I went and got that before he could even walk, and he dunks any toy,” said Johnson while chowing down on beef lo mein and egg rolls.
“We have pictures of me at the same age as him trying to dunk.
“I remember I put him in soccer in second or third grade and I told him, ‘You can’t be the best at everything,'” Jennifer said.