I don’t have to tell you that I’m a huge Amir Johnson fan, there is proof all over this site to attest to it.  So when I saw the little piece that they ran on FSN about him during a break in the action I paid close attention.  Amir and his holiday spirit, along with Meijer, made 50 local foster care children smile this holiday by making sure they have something special on Christmas day.

So we find out the Amir is good people and that he’s such a big fan of Sponge Bob Square Pants that it caused him to lose his pants.

The evidence is a plain as day. When the video clip starts Amir is in his Nike sweats, when the video finishes and in line checking out his items he’s donning a pair of Sponge Bob Square Pants pajama bottoms.

Amir Johnson Like Sponge Bob Square Pants Video

Nice.

I have the perfect gift to get him now if he wants to go the headband route during games.

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17 Responses to Amir Johnson a fan of Sponge Bob Square Pants?

  1. Steve the hated says:

    the man..the myth..the LEGEND..The greatest basketball player to ever touch the rock, the greatest player to ever walk on the hardwood, he eats all competetion and shits excellence, he is a work of art, a modern masterpeice, men among boys..

    ladys and gentlemen.. Wearing the blue and white tonight the greatest piston of all time former 2nd from last pick in the draft #25 AMIIIIIIRZING JJJJJOHNSONNNNNNN!

    i bet i got 90% of you sooo excited haha hes so overrated

  2. Steve the hated says:

    he will never ammount to anything more than a 12th man..serisouly quit the hype.

  3. JK says:

    It goes without saying that some comments on this site just get looked right past considering who’s name our on them, in fact I can tell at time that certain Steve goes by different names.

    You can’t tell a person who to like or dislike….

    You have a happy holidays with all your doom and gloom Steve. Some of us like to look on the bright side of things.

    FREE AMIR

  4. Steve the hated says:

    JK i can tell people whatever i want, doom and gloom? im just livin in the real world, sorry i know my sports and know that amir isnt going to be the next garnett like u all think he will.. some might call my view on amir “realistic”..

    looking on the bright side? waiting for amir to be a allstar is like waiting for dog shit to turn to gold.. seriously its that close of a comparison.. dont get me wrong i love the pistons but amir is a good D leaguer THATS IT.. never was on the amir wagon never will be and in the end ill be that guy that says.. told u so..

    u have a happy holiday i hope u get an amir jersey the one u ALWAYS WANTED~!!! haha

    different names?

  5. Whatsittoya says:

    Steve no wonder your the hated.If Amir gets some minutes he can do a lot of damage.

  6. Mike says:

    Great post.

    As Mr. B. says “Amir is one of the nice guys”

    There is a lot to be said for nice guys, even though a lot of people today don’t relate to it.

    Amir keep up the good deeds.

    Your day on the court will come in the not to distant future.

    In case anyone noticed Amir did a very good job against Josh Smith on Sunday. He held is ground against him and Smith who scored at will in the paint against Prince couldn’t do squat against Amir.

    Another 10 pounds of muscle, which Amir should add by next year and he will be able to hold his position against all the Power Forwards in the league.

    Curry needs to wake up and let Amir use his fouls.

    Greg Oden whose numbers per 36 minutes are about equilvalent to Amir’s is allowed to use up his 6 fouls. Curry should let Amir do the same.

    In Oden’s last 3 games

    Minutes— 20
    Points—– 8
    Rebounds— 5
    Fouls Committed–5

    including fouling out against Denver last night in 21 minutes.

    Curry needs to let Amir use up his alloted fouls by league rules and also guys like Iverson, Prince and Tay need to pass the ball to Amir in the post, after all he has the highest FG shooting percentage on the team.

    Amir can make his bunnies which is a lot more than Dice can do and Amir can even muscle down defenders in the low post and score or draw the foul.

    Amir for Dice

    Change we can believe in

    This is Mike and I approve this message

  7. Whatsittoya says:

    Great post Mike. I agree with you.Did you notice that only “Steve the hated” is the only one talking smack about Amir.

  8. Whatsittoya says:

    This should be the starting lineup.
    Stuckey
    Rip
    Amir
    Dice
    Sheed

    Bench
    AI
    Affalo
    Tay
    Jason
    Kwamae

    11th and 12th man.
    Herman
    Bynum

  9. Steve says:

    That’s a good lineup except Amir can’t play SF, lol.

    The starters need to be Stuckey, AI, Tay, Sheed, and Kwame.

    Second Unit:
    Bynum
    Rip/Affalo
    Herrmann
    Maxiell/Amir
    McDyess

  10. Kyle C. says:

    Amir is a nice guy and would be a better player if MC gave him consistent minuets.
    That is so cool how in the store there is just a whole section for the Pistons. I wish there could be some of that at stores where I live but of course I live in Hawaii.

  11. skearn41 says:

    holy crap! thats my meijers!

  12. Th3 answ3r says:

    amir starting over tay? What’re you on crack?

  13. Spongebob is really funny and hilarious. somebody says that spongebob is gay, is that even true?~~-

  14. Spongebob is the man ! Us fans need to motivate, get into politics and take over the world..!

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