Kevin C. Cox
Joe Johnson has a personal reason to push a campaign against blood cancers. His mother has been diagnosed with leukemia and he has joined the campaign to get people to join the blood marrow registry.
Johnson has become national spokesman Delete Blood Cancer and starting Friday vs. the Hawks, fans will be able to register at Barclays Center. Between now and the end of the season, the Delete Blood Cancer team will be at the Barclays Center five times to educate and register anyone who is eligible and wants to join the fight.
In the meantime, Johnson is recording videos on the program.
- Brooklyn Nets & Delete Blood Cancer are saving lives together - Delete Blood Cancer
- Joe Johnson, Brooklyn Nets & Delete Blood Cancer Discuss His Mom's Battle (Video) - Delete Blood Cancer
- "All it takes is a swab of your cheek" - Joe Johnson, The Brooklyn Nets (Video) - Delete Blood Cancer
- "Get Swabbed, Be a Donor" - Joe Johnson, The Brooklyn Nets (Video) - Delete Blood Cancer