4 Ways Al Jefferson Can Set an Example for the Young Utah Jazz Big Men

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4 Ways Al Jefferson Can Set an Example for the Young Utah Jazz Big Men
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In his first season with the Jazz, Al Jefferson led the team in scoring with 18.6 points a game and 9.7 boards. He established himself as a solid presence at the five position. Entering his eighth season, Jefferson gives the Jazz an experienced big man to lead a young group of players.

Second year players Derrick Favors, Gordon Hayward and Jeremy Evans and rookie Enes Kanter form a quartet of raw yet talented young big men for whom the sky's the limit in potential if they can learn the following four things from the elder Jefferson.

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