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Jared Jeffries is officially done as a player.
Jeffries, an 11-year NBA veteran has accepted a scouting position with the Denver Nugget according to Adrian Wojnarowski.
Y! Sources: After 11 seasons in the NBA, Jared Jeffries accepts a front office job with the Denver Nuggets. http://t.co/k6yA38YKRw
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) September 17, 2013
Washington drafted Jeffries with the 11th overall pick in the 2002 NBA draft out of Indiana University.
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After 11 years in the league, Jared Jeffries has reportedly retired and will take a front-office job with the Denver Nuggets. Jeffries, who last played for the Portland Trail Blazers, averaged 4.8 points and 4.1 rebounds over his career.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports:
Jared Jeffries, an 11-year NBA veteran, is transitioning out of his playing career and has...
Jared Jeffries an 11-year NBA veteran is transitioning out of his playing career and has accepted a front-office job with the Denver Nuggets league sources told Yahoo Sports.
He will begin his post-playing career centered on a scouting role sources said.
Jeffries 31 has a strong history with new Nuggets general manager Tim Connelly who worked in the Washington front office when...
Former Indiana star Jared Jeffries has retired from the NBA to accept a front-office job in Denver.
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