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This brings a whole new meaning to the Jordan Rules. Apparently, he makes his own. The NBA’s greatest player of all-time and current bumbling owner of the Charlotte, Michael Jordan, is well-known for his love of high-stakes gambling. What you may not have known is that it wasn’t just money that he would play for. Well, that’s if we are to believe former MTV-VJ Kennedy. She is now 40, but when Lisa Kennedy Montogomery was just getting into the media business, she found herself sitting opposite of his Airness along with Russell Simmons in 1995 while having dinner. According to her new memoir, “The Kennedy Chronicles”, via TMZ, Jordan suggested a game of dice. Because it’s like the grown up version of spin the bottle. Oh, the title of the chapter? “MJ and the VJ,” of course. But it wasn’t just a game where money would be involved, as Jordan than said “If I win, you come back to my hotel room with me tonight.” I don’t care who you are, or how great you are at what you do, that takes big friggin balls to say to someone. According to Kennedy, she figured that is what he had, and [...]
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The first day of NBA free agency largely centered around the circus thats become Dwight Howard, but there was major news in Charlotte as well, with the Charlotte Observer reporting that the Bobcats are after center Al Jefferson.
With 21 million in cap space, it was hard to see the Bobcats not being major players this summer with a marquee free agent. Jefferson...
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According to Ken Berger of CBS Sports, the Charlotte Bobcats are pursuing unrestricted free agent forward, Al Jefferson. The 8-year NBA veteran averaged 17.8 points, 9.2 rebounds and 2.1 assists in 33 minutes per game for the Jazz this season.
As free agency opens, the Charlotte Bobcats are pursuing Jazz forward Al Jefferson, a league source tells @CBSSports.
— Ken Berger (@KBergCBS...
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Al Jefferson is waiting to see what happens with Dwight Howard and the Dallas Mavericks before committing to the Charlotte Bobcats.
Jefferson is searching for a four-year deal starting at approximately $15 million per season.
Jefferson has spent the past day and half meeting with the Bobcats.
Jefferson believes that the Mavericks could make an offer if Howard chooses to sign elsewhere.
The Charlotte Bobcats are pursuing Al Jefferson in free agency, according to a source.
Jefferson is an unrestricted free agent coming off a five-year, $65 million contract originally signed with the Minnesota Timberwolves.
The Wolves traded to Jefferson to the Utah Jazz in July of 2010 to replace Carlos Boozer.