The Mexican player Eduardo Lalo Najera (34 years) returned on Friday night to the NBA courts. After have been absent the full season pre and the first 21 games of his team in season regular, the Mexican back in the game for the Bobcats against the Indiana Pacers. Najera was in the process of recovery after an operation of a sports hernia that affected it long ago. The operation took place on 10 September. In the game against the Pacers, his party’s return, the native of Chihuahua, Mexico, he played five minutes, scored a triple and stole a ball. He is estimated that it will gradually seeing more minutes for this loose team of the Bobcats (8-14) and Larry Brown can use it to perform specific functions in the game.
Najera came to the Charlotte Bobcats last month of July (after finished the 2009-10 season), from the Dallas Mavericks. The Exchange also had arrived the Center Erick Dampier and guard Matt Carroll Charlotte today only follow Carroll and Najera in the team for Tyson Chandler and Alexis Ajinca, both players sent to Dallas. Lalo Najera is the only Mexican player in the NBA currently (and is the second Mexican in history to play in this League) and has been a representative of luxury we have had Latinos during all these years in the best basketball in the world. This is his number 11 in the NBA season. Their average in his career so far is 5.2 points and 3.9 rebounds in 566 games for teams Dallas, Golden State, Denver, New Jersey and now Charlotte.