Orlando Johnson returns to Sacramento Kings

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Shooting guard Orlando Johnson is set to return to the team that drafted him, the Sacramento Kings.

Johnson who was recently waived by the Indiana Pacers following their double signing of Evan Turner and Lavoy Allen, will have a 10-day contract.

Johnson was originally drafted by the Kings in the 2012 draft after being a Big West Player of the Year award winner in 2010.

He was traded to Indiana for money but wasn't able to break in to the squad with the Pacers.

The Kings will be playing a very shaky Lakers side on Friday and facing Minnesota on Saturday and New Orleans on Monday.

This was following a loss at home to the visiting Houston Rockets who won to 129-103 on Tuesday night.

Houston started strong taking a 42-17 lead in the first quarter and whilst sacramento battled back, they couldn't keep the Rockets at bay.

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