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Is Al Jefferson done as a Charlotte Hornet?

Dec 06 2015 07:37 PM | buckets in Al Jefferson

I was putting together this trade timeline and started to wonder if it’s possible Al has played his last game as a Hornet. If he comes back after 3 weeks it’ll be at least 2 more before he’s in game shape (for Al) and if the team is rolling that’s a hu...

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Blogcat's Take, 12/5

Dec 05 2015 02:46 PM | Blogcat in Al Jefferson

Just when I thought I was done talking about Al Jefferson, he’s gone and strained his calf. So now I’ve got to talk about him again, because somehow this is estimated to be a 2-3 week injury, which seems excessive. I mean, if he’d gone and strained an...

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Will Al Jefferson opt out?

Apr 09 2015 09:37 AM | ziggy in Al Jefferson

It seems like the obvious answer is NO, He would not pass up that final year of guaranteed money... But lets look at it this way. Al is not getting ANY younger. He is on the wrong side of 30 and he has tons of mileage on him because he came straight...

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What have we learned in these last 5 games?

Jan 08 2015 10:12 PM | ziggy in Al Jefferson

I know that 5 games is a very small sample size. But the LOOK and performance of the team has been so much different over these past 5 games that it must mean SOMETHING, Right? Does it mean we are better without Al? Are we better without Al AND Lance...

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Big Al Finishes 8th in MVP Voting

May 06 2014 11:41 AM | @JPlowright_NBA in Al Jefferson

So Big Al finished ahead of Paul George, LaMarcus Aldridge, Kevin Love, Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Dirk Nowitzki, Carmelo Antohony, Gordan Dragic, Mike Conley Al finished with: - two 3rd place votes from Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe and Steve Buck...

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Blogcat's Take, 4/5

Apr 05 2014 04:43 PM | Blogcat in Al Jefferson

On a scale of “Very” to “Antonio Cromartie’s Children,” how legitimate is the Charlotte Bobcat’s PR campaign to get Al Jefferson All-NBA honors? After their cold-blooded betrayal of him during All-Star season, the PR department is making it up to Big A...

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Blogcat's Take, 11/17

Nov 17 2013 11:33 PM | Blogcat in Al Jefferson

A couple of games ago, Rick Bonnell tweeted that the Bobcats’ record “feels far more real” than their 7-5 start last year. It might be more than a feelin’ to Bonnell, but the stats say otherwise. Though they’re a respectable 5-5, Charlotte has played t...

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Al Jefferson Signs with Bobcats: Big Deal

Jul 06 2013 02:38 AM | BigCatBobcat in Al Jefferson

What were you expecting when the season ended?  Draft, high hopefully, power forward maybe?  A few free agents, but nothing major right?  After all, there is some epic draft class next year.  We want the Bobcats to be better, but not that much better b...

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