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““I was never a player people see on the floor and go, ‘Ah, damn – he deserves to be paid,’Johnston said. “I just won a lot of games. And once I got my success in business I had a little maturity, and I thought, ‘Sometimes opportunities in life – be it relationships, be it business, be it sports – are about how you separate yourself from the pack. What is your point of difference?””

“Ray Johnston is proof that with hard work and the passion to go after your dream, you really can accomplish anything, even against seemingly insurmountable odds. And a great attitude certainly doesn’t hurt, either.”

“When former pro basketball player Ray Johnston asked his doctor about his odds of living to see his 33rd birthday, he said the answer was "not good." Johnston was 31 at the time. Instead of caving in to his prognosis, Johnston, an aspiring musician, took his group -- the Ray Johnston Band -- on tour.”

“How could this be real? This is so impossible. Must be supernatural. Every time I've got it all figured out, you disappear. "Supernatural," -- Ray Johnston Band It's a song. It's a saga. It's Ray Johnston's life.”

“Realizing he no longer could play basketball at the pro level, Johnston began singing and composing before forming a band. Much of Episode 2, on Sunday, May 2nd, shows the band's first recording session at Palmyra Studios in Palmer, Texas. A debut album, "Sweet Tooth," was released last year.”

“John Salley and Kevin Hench sit down with Ray Johnston, former basketball walk-on at University of Alabama, Dallas Maverick, and cancer survivor. Ray discusses his band and television show “Ray Johnston Bad: Road Diaries” on HDnet”