When myself and Kidd were out of the game, Boston started to get a little more comfortableNew Jersey 104, Boston 95 May 08, 2003
Myths of Rich and Poor -- Why We are Better off than We ThinAnalysis: Innovation, Disruptive Engine-II Jun 24, 2002
At this point in the season, whether you practice or don't practice, work out or don't work out, it really doesn't matterLakers, Nets take Monday off Jun 10, 2002
There's always a sense of urgency, because whenever you come in the game and the game is tied or you're up two or down two, you have to maintain that type of intensityBench players asked for more help Jun 06, 2002
Richard Allen Jefferson (born June 21, 1980 in Los Angeles, California) is a 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) American professional basketball player currently playing for the San Antonio Spurs of the National Basketball Association. He was also a member of the USA men's national basketball team at the 2003 Tournament of the Americas and the Athens 2004 Summer Olympics
Jefferson was born in Los Angeles and was raised in Phoenix, Arizona. His parents were both Christian missionaries, and he moved around frequently growing up.
Jefferson attended Moon Valley High School in west Phoenix, Arizona, where he was an integral part of the varsity basketball team that won the 4A State Championship in 1998.