Before Saturday's game between the Bobcats and the Jazz in Charlotte, Jazz forward Enes Kanter decided to have some fun with former teammate Al Jefferson.
Kanter left a special note for Jefferson, who signed with the Bobcats in free agency this past summer, in his locker before the game. In said letter, Kanter promised to "pump fake" Al Jefferson to death and thanked him for letting the team land their plane on his bed.
There is an inside joke somewhere in there that we do not understand.
The Jazz ended up getting some measure of vengeance with an 88-85 win at Time Warner Cable. Kanter pump-faked his way to eight points in 18 minutes. Meanwhile Jefferson scored 19 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in the loss.
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