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Dr. Larry Arnn On The Humility Of George Washington And Jefferson’s Letter To The Commissioners Of The University Of Virginia

HH: It’s the last radio hour of the week. That means it’s time for the Hilldale Dialogue. You can listen to all of the Hillsdale Dialogues dating back three years now at You can also go avail yourself of all...Show More Summary

Hornets' Jefferson plans to return, Henderson unsure

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.

Fed’s Dudley Warns about Wave of Municipal Bankruptcies

Wolf Richter It has been a persistently growing, ugly list of municipal bankruptcies: Detroit, MI; Vallejo, San Bernardino, Stockton, and Mammoth Lakes, CA; Jefferson County, AL. Harrisburg, PA; Central Falls, RI; Boise County, ID. Show More Summary

Hornets' Jefferson, two other starters out vs. 76ers

Hornets coach Steve Clifford says center Al Jefferson and two other starters will not play Saturday night against the Philadelphia 76ers.

Al Jefferson Injury: Updates on Hornets Center's Knee and Return

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

Al Jefferson Injury: Updates on Hornets Star's Knee and Return

Al Jefferson left the Charlotte Hornets' Monday matchup against the Chicago Bulls with a sore right knee. Continue below for updates. Jefferson Leaves Bulls Game Monday, March 23 According to the Hornets, Jefferson is dealing with aShow More Summary

How Al Jefferson's Injury Shakes Up the Eastern Conference Playoff Picture

The Charlotte Hornets welcomed back Kemba Walker to the lineup on Wednesday night but not without losing another key piece to their team, as Al Jefferson suffered a right calf injury. According to Rick Bonnell of The Charlotte Observer,...Show More Summary

Hornets not sure how long Jefferson will remain out

Hornets center Al Jefferson says that while his right calf is extremely sore, he's relieved the injury is not more serious.

Al Jefferson Heard a ‘Pop’ In Right Calf

On the night that Kemba Walker returned from a knee injury, Hornets center Al Jefferson went to the locker room in the third quarter with a right calf injury. After The post Al Jefferson Heard a ‘Pop’ In Right Calf appeared first on SLAMonline.

Al Jefferson Injury: Updates on Hornets Star's Calf and Return

Charlotte Hornets star Al Jefferson, one of the most consistent sources of offense, is dealing with an injury. According to Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer, Jefferson suffered a calf injury on Wednesday against the SacramentoShow More Summary

Reggie Jackson Dunks on Al Jefferson (VIDEO)

Spotting a seam in the Hornets’ defense Sunday, Pistons guard Reggie Jackson darted into the lane and flew over the eternally floor-bound Al Jefferson for a big-time finish. It’s all The post Reggie Jackson Dunks on Al Jefferson (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.

Jefferson, Hornets hope for post-break strong finish

Al Jefferson is confident he has another strong finish left in him that'll help propel the Charlotte Hornets back into the postseason.

Williams glad to reunite with 'best friend' Jefferson

Mo Williams says he couldn't be more excited about being traded to Charlotte, where he has a chance to make the playoffs and be reunited with his "best friend" Al Jefferson.

With or Without Jefferson Airplane, Jorma Kaukonen Keeps Flying

Jorma Kaukonen was halfway through a 45-minute phone interview last week when the subject of a Jefferson Airplane reunion finally came up. The former lead guitarist of the band that not only helped define the psychedelic '60s but also its brand of freewheeling rock is, at the age of 74, still a busy man. Show More Summary

3 Reasons Charlotte Hornets Are Slowly but Surely Turning Their Season Around

Not too long ago, the Charlotte Hornets seemed like they were dead in the water, and who could blame fans for thinking that way? They were 10-24 with Al Jefferson and Lance Stephenson set to miss extended time. However, this ship has...Show More Summary

Charlotte Hornets Power Rankings: Rating Each Player Near Season's Halfway Point

The 12-24 Charlotte Hornets were supposed to bring the buzz back to North Carolina in 2014-15, but the injury bug has done most of the buzzing recently. Lengthy absences from stalwarts Al Jefferson and Lance Stephenson have thrown aShow More Summary

Al Jefferson injury pushes Hornets closer to a lost season

A year that began with high expectations is cratering with the news that Al Jefferson will miss several weeks due to injury. This was supposed to be a big season for the newly branded Charlotte Hornets, an opportunity for the franchise to re-introduce itself to the region as a competitive, exciting outfit in the NBA landscape. Show More Summary

Al Jefferson Injury Forces Charlotte Hornets' Hand on NBA Trade Market

The Charlotte Hornets don't have another player like franchise savior Al Jefferson. Unfortunately, the Hornets won't have Big Al himself for an extended time period, which will likely lead them to the trade market given their lack of...Show More Summary

Al Jefferson Out at Least a Month With Groin Injury

The Charlotte Hornets announced Tuesday night that center Al Jefferson will be sidelined for a minimum of four weeks, as he recovers from a strained adductor muscle in his left […] The post Al Jefferson Out at Least a Month With Groin Injury appeared first on SLAMonline.

Al Jefferson injured, out at least four weeks

Charlotte Hornets center Al Jefferson has been diagnosed with a strain of an adductor muscle in his left groin. Jefferson, who underwent a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) earlier today, is expected to miss a minimum of four weeks. In 32 games this season, Jefferson leads the team in scoring and rebounding with averages of 18.0 points [...]

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