If there's one word that's been used to describe Al Jefferson's sophomore season, it would be "disappointing." And Jefferson will be the first one to tell you. "I disappointed myself last year, but I'm here to take care of my game," said Jefferson. "If you take care of your game, your game will take care of you." [More] source: celtics.com
It doesn't really strike me as a surprise that Jefferson didn't do well on the psychological tests that the Blazers had him go through at the last minute prior to the draft. You can sense that Jefferson is not the sharpest tool in the shed (same goes for Gerald Green, BTW). But that's what's really good about sports--you don't have to be some bright student to excel in sports. But I'm certainly glad the Blazers didn't draft Big Al Jefferson. It all worked out for us, which eludes me to think that there's some luck brewing in Boston and we could be in for another banner to hang up in the rafters.