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NBA free agency: Al Jefferson, Bobcats agree to 3-year contract

Al Jefferson seems unlikely to return to the Utah Jazz, making him a prized free-agent commodity for teams looking for productive low-post scoring.

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Bobcats get impatient with Jefferson signing

The Charlotte Bobcats appear to be tired of losing, which is why they pursued a shiny new toy like Al Jefferson. But in signing him, have they demonstrated a lack of patience?

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Bobcats to amnesty Tyrus Thomas

The Bobcats are getting out from under the bad contract of Tyrus Thomas in order to make room for Al Jefferson within their salary cap.

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Bobcats will sign Al Jefferson

The Charlotte Bobcats decided to bring Al Jefferson in on a big contract as they continue trying to get out of the NBA's cellar.

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Jefferson wants $15 million a year

Al Jefferson wants a four-year deal starting at about $15 million per season, and the Bobcats have been in hot pursuit.

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Evans still looking, Jefferson peeks at Charlotte

Tyreke Evans didn't immediately grasp at a huge deal from New Orleans, Al Jefferson is taking a peek at becoming the Bobcats' big man, and a summary of other news from the first day of free agency.

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Bobcats in pursuit of Jefferson

The Bobcats have made Al Jefferson their top offseason priority, despite already having two young frontcourt players in place.

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