Star center Al Jefferson will be a free agent in the summer but has publicly stated his desire to return to the Charlotte Hornets. Continue for updates. Jefferson Willing to Take Pay Cut to Stay in Charlotte Monday, May 2 Rick Bonnell...Show More Summary
Get that out of here, Al Jefferson. Al Jefferson is one of the best in the league at scoring on shot blockers, even though he's ground-bound. His footwork and tricks are typically enough to confuse his defender and get him a clean look. Show More Summary
As the Charlotte Hornets sprinted through one of the NBA's most dominant post-All-Star break runs, their path to playoff success seemed obvious. Kemba Walker controlling the show. Threes flying all around. Al Jefferson balancing the offense underneath. Show More Summary
Charlotte Hornets coach Steve Clifford says veteran Al Jefferson and rookie Frank Kaminsky will start Game 3 against the Miami Heat on Saturday night to give his lineup more height.
Al Jefferson was the focal point of the Charlotte Hornets' offense when they faced the Miami Heat in the playoffs two years ago.
Al Jefferson scored 26 points as the playoff-bound Charlotte Hornets closed out their best regular season in 16 years with a 117-103 win over the Orlando Magic on Wednesday night.
Jefferson County sheriff’s arrested a man on Thursday after he called them and admitted that he shot his girlfriend in front of two of her children, AL.com reports. According to investigators, 39-year-old Jeremy Hardin walked up and shot Jody Marie Watson, 38, from behind, telling police that...
Kemba Walker scored 34 points, Al Jefferson had 24 and the Charlotte Hornets bounced back from consecutive losses to the Eastern Conference's top teams by beating the New York Knicks 111-97 on Wednesday night.
The Charlotte Hornets, owners of the third best record in the NBA since the All-Star break, overcame a 15-point second-quarter deficit to take down the Miami Heat 109-106 Thursday night. The post WATCH: Al Jefferson Leads Hornets Past Miami appeared first on SLAMonline.
Al Jefferson and Kemba Walker each scored 21 points, and the Charlotte Hornets overcame a 15-point first-half deficit to beat the Miami Heat 109-106 on Thursday night.
An Alabama circuit judge has ruled the state's death penalty scheme unconstitutional. Jefferson County Circuit Judge Tracie Todd barred the death penalty for four men in a capital murder case on Thursday, AL.com reports. Alabama's death...Show More Summary
Kemba Walker scored 28 points, Al Jefferson added 18 in his second game back from right knee surgery, and the Charlotte Hornets extended their winning streak to a season-high five games with a 104-96 victory over the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday night.
Dwight Howard trade rumors reveal a confirmed offer from the Charlotte Hornets. These Howard trade rumors state that Charlotte offered Al Jefferson and Spencer Hawes, but the Houston Rockets turned them down. This new report comes from Frank Isola at the New York Daily News, who cited league sources for the information on this trade.... Show More Summary
Former Alabama football player Alonzo Ephraim was arrested Monday evening in Jefferson County, Alabama, on drug and gun charges, according to AL.com's Carol Robinson. Ephraim —who played along the Crimson Tide's offensive line —willShow More Summary
Charlotte Hornets big man Al Jefferson has been cleared for non-contact and conditioning drills after undergoing surgery to repair a right meniscus tear, according to the Charlotte Observer's Bill Kiser. Continue for updates. Jefferson Likely Won't Return Until After All-Star Break Sunday, Feb. Show More Summary
Charlotte Hornets center Al Jefferson underwent successful arthroscopic surgery today to address a tear in the lateral meniscus of his right knee. The procedure was completed by Hornets Team Physician Dr. Marcus Cook at Novant Orthopedic Hospital in Charlotte. Show More Summary
The Charlotte Hornets' playoff prospects were dealt a heavy blow on Thursday when pivotal center Al Jefferson had surgery on his right knee, ruling him out until around mid-February.
The Charlotte Hornets announced Wednesday night that center Al Jefferson requires arthroscopic right knee surgery and is expected to miss six weeks. INJURY UPDATE: @hornets Al Jefferson will undergo arthroscopic The post Al Jefferson to Miss Six Weeks After Knee Surgery appeared first on SLAMonline.
Charlotte Hornets forward Al Jefferson is to undergo surgery for a right knee injury and is expected to miss around six weeks, the team announced on Wednesday.
Bryant plays his final game at The Garden while Stephen Curry rests his nagging leg injury against the Mavericks, who are missing their starting point guard in Deron Williams. Al Jefferson will undergo surgery on Thursday for a meniscus...Show More Summary