Kemba Walker helped convince Al Jefferson to sign with BobcatsPosted by Inside Hoops
Big Al is headed to Charlotte after three seasons with the Jazz and, by looks of it, one man in particular swayed his decision.
Kemba Walker, the Bobcats’ starting point guard and go-to scorer, scouted Al Jefferson this offseason, according to the Charlotte Observer. Walker envisioned Jefferson capably filling Charlotte’s low-post needs, and with trust in their second-year point guard, the Bobcats encouraged Walker to reach out the Utah Jazz free agent.
With the go-ahead from his team, Walker met with Jefferson in New York to hopefully persuade the big man to consider Charlotte. Apparently it worked, that or the three-year, $41 million contract was too good to pass up.
Reported by Whitney O’Bannon of the Deseret News