Clay Johnson moves in for a layup during a game between the Billings Volcanos and the Anchorage Northern Knights at the Metra, March 13, 1982. The Volcanos won the game, 161-135. Johnson began his professional career with the Volcanos when the franchise began in Hawaii, and would later join the Los Angeles Lakers, winning the 1982 NBA Championship alongside hall-of-famers Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Magic Johnson, Bob McAdoo and Jamaal Wilkes. He played one more season with the Lakers before playing his final NBA season with the Seattle SuperSonics. He retired from professional basketball after one season with the CBA's Kansas City Sizzlers.