From Ray Richardson/Pioneer Press: Jefferson went through a rigorous conditioning and drills program while serving his two-game suspension without pay for his DWI arrest on Feb. 28 near downtown Minneapolis."Al has done everything as accurately and correctly as you could possibly ask somebody to do, under the circumstances," Rambis said of Jefferson, who had 36 points and 13 rebounds in the Wolves' 125-112 loss to Dallas. "He's handled the situation very well. I'm proud of him as a ballplayer and as a man. He owned up to his mistake, apologized for it and didn't try to shirk his responsibilities."Rambis had enough confidence in Jefferson's conditioning to put him in the starting lineup. Jefferson spoke to reporters after Monday morning's shootaround and said he has been through the...

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