It hasn't been a stout start to Cody Zeller 's early NBA career with the Charlotte Bobcats. After initially being projected to start with Al Jefferson to form a fearsome inside-outside duo, Zeller has been less than impressive, being...Show More Summary
Bobcats coach Steve Clifford says center Al Jefferson will return to the starting lineup Friday night against the Phoenix Suns after missing the last four games with an ankle injury.
Under head coach Steve Clifford and an energized Kemba Walker, the Charlotte Bobcats have been one of the surprise teams early in the season. They've presented a strong defensive effort on a nightly basis, while center Al Jefferson has...Show More Summary
Center Al Jefferson has been ruled out for Charlotte's game at Chicago due to a bone bruise in his right ankle.
Bobcats coach Steve Clifford says center Al Jefferson will miss his second straight game - and seventh this season - with a sore ankle Saturday night against the Miami Heat.
In the minds of many basketball observers, the free-agency period should be a highlight of any NBA player's career. After years of indentured servitude to the team that drafted him, free agency is a chance for an NBA player to get the...Show More Summary
Charlotte Bobcats center Al Jefferson signed a lucrative deal during the summer to the tune of three years, $41 million. Early in his first season with the Bobcats, he's been less than impressive thanks to a sprained ankle and a lack...Show More Summary
Good news for the Charlotte Bobcats, as reported by the Charlotte Observer: After missing the past five regular-season games – and the better part of a month — with various right-ankle injuries, Charlotte Bobcats center Al Jefferson will start tonight against the Atlanta Hawks at Time Warner Cable Arena. “Al is going to start tonight. I don’t [...]
Charlotte Bobcats coach Steve Clifford says center Al Jefferson will miss the team's home opener Friday night against Cleveland after re-aggravating his right ankle.
The big addition to the Charlotte Bobcats is Al Jefferson, but the center is still healing, and questionable to start the season. The good news is, it sounds like if he doesn’t play the opener, he should be on the court relatively soon. Here’s the Charlotte Observer: While Charlotte Bobcats center Al Jefferson is still optimistic [...]
The Charlotte Bobcats paired their franchise point guard, Kemba Walker, with a legitimate big man when they signed Al Jefferson to a three-year, $40.5 million deal during the summer. According to Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer, Walker helped in the recruitment of Jefferson. Show More Summary
The Utah Jazz made their commitment to Derrick Favors clear this offseason when they allowed Paul Millsap and Al Jefferson to walk in free agency. Now they've cemented that commitment by reaching a long-term financial agreement withShow More Summary
The Charlotte Bobcats made significant strides throughout the offseason with one eye on the present season and another firmly focused on the future. Charlotte inked Al Jefferson to a four-year deal during the summer, making one of the biggest free agent signings in franchise history. Show More Summary
Al Jefferson is a self-professed country boy from Mississippi who has never displayed a flair for the dramatic in his nine years in the NBA, on or off the court.
Al Jefferson has sprained his right ankle and hopes to return in time for the Charlotte Bobcats' regular season.
Good news for the Charlotte Bobcats: An injury to center Al Jefferson that looked like it had potential for seriousness turned out to be relatively minor. Jefferson suffered a sprained right ankle in the second half of last night’s preseason game vs. Miami. X-rays taken at the arena proved to be normal. As a precaution, Jefferson [...]
Derrick Rose will not play Saturday afternoon in Brazil because he's suffering from left knee soreness, according to the Chicago Tribune's K.C. Johnson. Rose and Joakim Noah are sitting out the Bulls' game against the Wizards, and they'll be replaced in the starting lineup by Kirk Hinrich and Nazr Mohammed. Show More Summary
The Charlotte Bobcats' Al Jefferson left Friday's preseason game against the Miami Heat due to a sprained right ankle. The team said Jefferson will be reevaluated on Saturday, according to Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer. Jefferson...Show More Summary
Charlotte Bobcats starting center Al Jefferson left his team's Friday-night preseason game with the Miami Heat after suffering an ankle injury in the third quarter. From the Bobcats: The Cats #AlJefferson is out of tonight's #CHAvsMIA game with a right ankle sprain. Show More Summary