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.
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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.
Al Jefferson is returning to the Charlotte Hornets for the 2015-16 season, but does his return mean that he really has bigger plans in mind?
Al Jefferson is coming back to the Charlotte Hornets for one more year, rather than opting for free agency, according to Marc Stein of ESPN.com. The post Report: Al Jefferson Returning to Hornets, Will Be Free Agent Next Summer appeared first on SLAMonline.
Charlotte Hornets center Al Jefferson will exercise his $13.5 million player option to keep him with the organization for the 2015-16 season. ESPN's Marc Stein reported the news: Facing a Monday deadline to invoke the final remaining...Show More Summary
Rather than entering free agency, Jefferson will stay with the Hornets for the last year of his contract. Charlotte Hornets big man Al Jefferson is staying in Charlotte for the final year of his three-year contract rather than entering...Show More Summary
The NBA is and always will be a superstar-driven league. It's downright impossible to win if your main guy isn't up to the task of leading the team to a title. With that line of thinking in mind, the Charlotte Hornets find themselves...Show More Summary
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Al Jefferson has no intentions of opting out of his contract with the Charlotte Hornets. Gerald Henderson isn't quite ready to make the same declaration.
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Hornets coach Steve Clifford says center Al Jefferson and two other starters will not play Saturday night against the Philadelphia 76ers.
Al Jefferson exited the Charlotte Hornets' game against the Indiana Pacers on April 3 after suffering a knee injury. He would not return to the contest, and his expected return date is unknown. Continue for updates. Jefferson Out with...Show More Summary