Posts Tagged ‘Al Jefferson’

Commentary: Al Jefferson’s Poor Start Could Be A Blessing In Disguise

December 30, 2011 Leave a comment

A few nights ago, Jazz starting center Al Jefferson was deplorable in his first game of the season. Before we get into analyzing the plays that created such disfunction, lets look at the actual numbers that were, for lack of a better word, produced. In 25 minutes, Jefferson was 2-16 from the field, had no trips to the free-throw line, was rejected three times, and grabbed 10 rebounds. After the game, he explained his difficulties to reporters as being due to the “basketball Gods” failing to keep him company. Read more…

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Essay: Evaluating The Wonders Of A NBA Amnesty Clause, Part VI

September 12, 2011 Leave a comment

The sixth and final segment of Shaky Ankles’ breakdown into a possible Amnesty Clause comes on the heels of reported positive negotiations between the NBPA and their counterpart, the league’s lovely owners. Read more…


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