From Jerry Zgoda/Star Tribune: Jefferson vows no repeat offense"I'm willing to do what it takes to prove that I am sorry and set an example for the kids," he said. "I would tell them never to do it. It's OK, have a little fun or whatever, but be responsible and I wasn't responsible. And the consequence of that, I'm dealing with now."Trust me, I'm learning from it. I'm a good guy. People who know me know I'm a great guy. I just made a mistake. It's costing me."Jefferson said he knows that Timberwolves forward Malik Sealy was killed by a drunken driver in May 2000."That's what really makes me feel bad," Jefferson said. "He was an innocent guy going home and a drunk driver hit him. I couldn't live with myself if that would have happened, if I would have done something to someone like that....

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