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|Suspension - 24-game suspension. Eligible to return Dec. 17 vs. Phoenix|
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Hornets' Jeff Taylor not appealing suspension
|(11/24/14) Hornets forward Jeff Taylor told the media Monday that he will not be appealing his 24-game suspension.
Reporters said that he accepted full responsibility for his actions and accepts the punishment.
"My actions were wrong and I don't care to appeal a decision that was based off my actions being wrong," Taylor said, per the Associated Press. "So I respect the league's decision on the suspension and I will take all of the necessary steps to make sure nothing like that ever happens again."
Taylor was suspended by NBA commissioner Adam Silver for pleading guilty to a domestic violence charge. Taylor is eligible to return Dec. 17 against the Suns.
Report: Hornets F Jeff Taylor will not appeal suspension
|by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com|
|(11/21/14) The Hornets will be without forward Jeff Taylor for the entire 24-game suspension he has been serving since the beginning of the season.
Sources indicated Taylor has no plans to appeal the suspension and will serve all 24 games, Yahoo Sports reports.
Taylor was suspended by NBA commissioner Adam Silver for pleading guilty to a domestic violence charge. Taylor has missed 12 games while serving the suspension.
NBA suspends Hornets SF Taylor for domestic violence
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
|(11/19/14) Hornets small forward Jeff Taylor has been suspended for 24 games by NBA commissioner Adam Silver for his role in a domestic violence case, USA Today has reported. Taylor pleaded guilty to misdemeanor domestic violence late last month.
The issue has prevented Taylor from playing this season. Since he has already missed 11 games, he will only be suspended for 13 more. But he will not be paid for the first 24 games of the season.
Hornets' Jeff Taylor pleads guilty to domestic violence charge
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
|(10/29/14) Hornets forward Jeff Taylor pleaded guilty to misdemeanor domestic violence and malicious destruction of property on Wednesday, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Taylor faces a potential 93 days in jail. He is away from the team but had not been suspended as the Hornets allowed the legal process to play out. A suspension could soon follow his guilty plea.
Jeff Taylor banned from team activities following domestic violence charges
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
|(9/26/14) Hornets forward Jeff Taylor has been barred from participating in team activities while the NBA investigates his recent domestic violence charge, according to a statement released by the team on Friday, via the Charlotte Observer.
Taylor was charged with one count of domestic assault, assault and malicious destruction of property early Thursday in East Lansing.
The Hornets will start camp Tuesday at UNC Asheville.
|Jeff Taylor was making some progress in his second season in the league, improving his scoring to 8.0 points per game despite a dip in his shooting numbers. Unfortunately, a ruptured Achilles ended his season after 26 games and left him without the opportunity to make up for his cold shooting start. Taylor will be at full health by the start of the season, but is unlikely to have a big role for the Hornets next season. He can be ignored in the majority of Fantasy leagues on Draft Day.
(Updated 8/26/14) |
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