Richard Jefferson explains how being famous on the Nets got him out of a ticket | Zero Takes Given

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  • ESPN published this video item, entitled “Richard Jefferson explains how being famous on the Nets got him out of a ticket | Zero Takes Given” – below is their description.

    Richard Jefferson joins Elle Duncan for a round of Zero Takes Given, in which they answer personal questions and explain themselves, such as RJ talking about the time his fame on the New Jersey Nets got him out of a ticket in New York. #NBA #Sports

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