Few energy players have profiles as large as that of Bobcats forward Eduardo Najera(notes), the second Mexican-born player in NBA history and a popular endorser south of the border. On top of that fame, he's carved out a nice niche for himself as a do-anything energy guy willing to change teams as often as the vagaries of the collective bargaining agreement demand. Najera approaches the sport like it's a serious job, and that attitude comes through in his on-court style and off-court personality.
Still, that doesn't mean he can't make a joke every once in a while. Just more than halfway into the second quarter of Monday night's 83-78 loss to the Jazz in Salt Lake City, Najera bounded into the first row of fans near halfcourt while chasing after a loose ball. After getting up from the startled Utahans, Najera stole one's beer and playfully pretended to take a sip. Except he couldn't because there was barely any left and he would probably be suspended for months for consuming alcohol onRead More »from Video: Eduardo Najera grabs a Jazz fan's beer