"I really do think we have a chance to make something happen," Johnson said. "The guys in this locker room, as long as they believe in what we're been doing all season, even through the ups and downs, as long as we keep fighting we'll have a chance."
"I just wanted to start over and begin a new me," said Johnson, who leads the Gauchos with 21.l points and 6.3 rebounds and was named the MVP of the Big West tournament. "There's definitely no regrets. I wanted to make my stamp on a program like this. I felt like I could be a player they could build off."