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Jefferson is piling up minutes, but not fouls

Allan Ray appears to be a man who knows where he's going as he drives past the Hornets' Bobby Jackson in the first quarter. Allan Ray appears to be a man who knows where he's going as he drives past the Hornets' Bobby Jackson in the first quarter. (BRODY SCHMIDT/ASSOCIATED PRESS)
By Peter May
Globe Staff / March 20, 2007

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Last night's performance (9 points, 10 rebounds in a 106-88 loss) isn't one that Al Jefferson will keep in his library for future viewing pleasure. But Jefferson's increased production this season -- he just missed his 35th double-double -- is due in large part to his being able to stay on the floor. (Full article: 687 words)

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