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On this episode of the Spurscast, I'm back with Jeff to talk about Richard Jefferson.
No, seriously, we really did.
We discussed the possibility that RJ may be here to stay. After the rumors and reports the San Antonio Spurs would use the amnesty clause on Jefferson, the Spurs have watched as several coveted small forwards have signed with other teams.
If the Spurs do not sign Josh Howard, the most likely scenario is that Jefferson gets to unpack his bags. On the bright side, the Spurs will have someone that already knows the offense and defense.
Listen to our opinions on Jefferson and be sure to chime in with your own in the comments.
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