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JOHNDRE JEFFERSON RUMORS

Former Gamecock, Johndre Jefferson, Drops Bows

A former member of the South Carolina basketball team, Johndre Jefferson, made headlines recently because of his elbow. Jefferson, after blocking a shot, caught former Texas forward Gary Johnson squarely in the forehead and fractured his skull. First, who knew that Jefferson was hooping it up in the Israel Basketball Association for Elitzur Ramla. Well, getting passed that...
Via Leftover Hot Dog
February 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Ex-Texas player fractures skull in Israel game

Former Texas forward Gary Johnson is expected to make a full recovery after fracturing his skull in a collision with an opponent during a second-division Israeli basketball game. The 24-year-old Johnson was put in a medically induced coma but has regained consciousness, the Israel Basketball Association said Wednesday. IBA spokesman Hagai Segal said Johnson was awake and communicative...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
February 20, 2013  |  Discuss
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