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Topic - Al Jefferson
Shane Battier called it one of the biggest honors of his life.
Bobcats center Al Jefferson sent an email to season ticket holders thanking them for their support and promising "this season was only the beginning."
Rod Higgins said the Bobcats are interested in adding another impact player this offseason.
Al Jefferson said the Charlotte Bobcats have plenty to be proud of despite getting swept in the first round of the playoffs by the Miami Heat.
Bobcats coach Steve Clifford says center Al Jefferson will not play Monday night in Game 4 against the Miami Heat because of a foot injury.
Coach Steve Clifford said if the Charlotte Bobcats hope to avoid a first-round sweep by the Miami Heat and earn their first postseason win in franchise history, they're going to need someone other than Al Jefferson and Kemba Walker to come through on offense.
Bobcats center Al Jefferson says he'll play in Game 3 Saturday night against the Miami Heat.
LeBron James stripped the ball at midcourt, raced the length of the floor and lifted off for a powerful one-handed dunk.
The Charlotte Bobcats have likely earned some respect around the NBA after hanging tough with the two-time defending champion Miami Heat.
LeBron James drove to the rim as time was winding down, got clobbered by Josh McRoberts and sat on the hardwood gathering himself for a few seconds afterward.
Al Jefferson is in Charlotte's starting lineup for Game 2 of the Bobcats' Eastern Conference first-round series against the Miami Heat.
LeBron James grabbed a basketball off a rack as he left the practice court Tuesday, then turned and took a 40-footer without so much as jumping.
Bobcats center Al Jefferson said that while his left foot remains extremely sore, he plans to play in Game 2 of the best-of-seven playoff series Wednesday night against Miami Heat.
LeBron James scored 27 points, Dwyane Wade added 23 and the Miami Heat used a late charge to beat the Charlotte Bobcats 99-88 on Sunday in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference first-round series.
Each of the last two Miami championship runs has been highlighted by moments where a sharpshooter enters a game and immediately provides a surprise spark.
Jefferson says, "I know there's more to come. Next season we'll be playing as the Hornets and we intend to make you even more proud of that name than you already are."
In the email sent Thursday through the team Jefferson writes, "When I decided to come to Charlotte, a lot of people wondered why - and I think we answered that question."