Charlotte Hornets center Al Jefferson underwent a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) earlier today which confirmed the team’s initial diagnosis of a strained left calf. Jefferson, who suffered the injury in the first quarter of Sunday’s 87-82 win vs. Milwaukee, is expected to be sidelined for approximately two to three weeks. Jefferson is averaging 13.7 points, [...]
The Charlotte Hornets say center Al Jefferson will miss approximately two to three weeks with a strained left calf.
Charlotte Hornets center Al Jefferson underwent a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) earlier today which confirmed the team's initial diagnosis of a strained left calf.
Kemba Walker scored 22 points, and the Charlotte Hornets overcame the loss of center Al Jefferson to hold off the Milwaukee Bucks 87-82 on Sunday.
Charlotte Hornets center Al Jefferson picked up a calf injury on Sunday against the Milwaukee Bucks and the severity has yet to be determined. Continue for updates. Jefferson Unlikely to Return Sunday, Nov. 29 The Hornets confirmed Jefferson...Show More Summary
Al Jefferson had 26 points and 10 rebounds, and the Charlotte Hornets put five players in double figures in a 113-88 victory over Philadelphia on Friday night that kept the 76ers winless.
Nicolas Batum scored 33 points and Al Jefferson added 29 as the Charlotte Hornets held off a fourth-quarter rally to beat the Portland Trail Blazers 106-94 on Sunday.
The murder charge was announced against the boy Tuesday. It makes him the youngest suspect ever accused of homicide in Jefferson County, AL.com reported.
Al Jefferson scored a season-high 31 points on 15-of-18 shooting and Marvin Williams added 17 points and 12 rebounds as the Charlotte Hornets pulled away in the third quarter and beat the Dallas Mavericks 108-94 on Thursday night.
Justise has been served! Heat rookie Justise Winslow threw down a poster dunk on Al Jefferson and Cody Zeller for his first NBA slam. No question Winslow had a little The post Justise Winslow Smashes Dunk Over 2 Hornets Defenders (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
Charlotte Hornets center Al Jefferson dropped 25 pounds over the summer hoping to take pressure off his knees and ankles and extend his NBA career.
Here’s the Charlotte Observer reporting on Hornets star center Al Jefferson, who should be even harder to guard this season now that he’s dropping weight and presumably adding quickness in the process: Fried chicken: Charlotte Hornets center Al Jefferson craves it and he knows it’s off his menu in the effort to lose as much as 25 pounds. So [...]
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Al Jefferson is known for owning the left block with a seemingly endless variety of post moves. He’s not, however, exactly known for being well-conditioned. As he heads into a The post Al Jefferson on Dropping 20 Pounds: ‘Every Popeye’s Commercial I See, I Turn The TV Off’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
There's just no doubting Big Al's ability to get buckets. The post SLAM Top 50: Al Jefferson, no. 47 appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Jefferson Grid is a deeply compelling Instagram stream of aerial images depicting "everything that fits in a square mile." The name refers to Thomas Jefferson's efforts around a Public Land Survey System to divide US property along a grid structure. Read the rest
Filled Negro's STRANGE FRUITFor The Second Time In Recent "Black Lives Matter Selective History" ANOTHER BLACK WOMAN IS FOUND "HANGING TO DEATH IN JAIL" Jefferson County Alabama (Birmingham) List Of Homicides In Birmingham AL 2015 48...Show More Summary
The Charlotte Hornets filled a need in the NBA draft by selecting big man Frank Kaminsky at No. 9 overall. With Al Jefferson having led the league in post-up possessions, per NBA.com, the Hornets clearly saw value in adding a complementary...Show More Summary
Jefferson exercised the third-year option on his contract and will remain with the Hornets next season.
The Hornets have announced center Al Jefferson has exercised the third-year option on his contract and will remain with the team next season.