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10) The Spurs were so much better than the Lakers, even the presence of Tracy McGrady on the roster couldn't stop them from sweeping into the second round9) Jason Terry prevented the Knicks from sweeping the Celtics, and Boston Fan from pretending that they don't still watch basketball8) Brooklyn blew a fourth quarter lead against the Bulls so badly, their fans reacted in a sincere and non-ironic manner7 Dwight Howard decided to leave the Spurs sweep early via technical, rather than later via blowout, to prove to Laker Fan that he can be just like Andrew Bynum after all6) Everyone who has been pining for Kevin Durant to play selfishly forgot all about this desire as the Thunder nearly gave up a huge Game 3 lead to an outgunned Rocket squad5) Miami gave Dwyane Wade the day off and still won Game 4 going away4) Brandon Jennings still thinks the Bucks can win their series against the Heat in eight3) In the time it took you to read this, Stephen Curry just hit a...
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When the Celtics acquired Jason Terry last July, I believe the one comment I heard more than any other was "he can win you a playoff game." Well, on Sunday afternoon he did just that:
Terry scored the Celtics final 9 points in the 97-90 OT Game 4 victory, preventing them from suffering a disastrous collapse and hiding the fact that once again Boston was horrible offensively...
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Terry was signed with the express purpose of hitting open 3-pointers, adding energy, and hitting significant shots in the postseason. But before Game 4, Terry was best known in this series for getting beat on defense...
BOSTON – Jason Terry has a summer job waiting for him whenever the NBA season ends. The veteran guard, who has expressed a desire to coach in the NBA once he is finished playing, has an AAU coaching gig awaiting him.
As great as that experience would be for his second career, for now Terry is not ready to say goodbye to his first career. Nor is he ready to say goodbye to this season...
Jason Terry scored Boston's last nine points and the Celtics weathered a strong comeback by the New York Knicks, avoiding a sweep with a 97-90 overtime win on Sunday.
Paul Pierce led the Celtics with 29 points as they forced a fifth game in the series, but it was Terry who provided the finishing touches.
In Game 3, he had been elbowed by J.R. Smith, and the NBA suspended the...
The Boston Celtics were able to keep their playoffs alive yesterday by defeating the New York Knicks 97-90 in overtime to bring the series to a 3-1 Knicks lead. While many doubt the chances of the Celtics actually coming back to win the series, it was nice to see the team still fight for their pride at home when many had already written them off.
Jason Terry played a key role...
The Celtics had a really strong first half (where they outscored the Knicks 54-35), but had their usual second half meltdown and were forced to go to OT and rely on Jason Terry (18 pts, 7-10 FG and the last nine points) to win Game 4 97-90 and force Game 5. Jared Weiss, Jimmy Toscano and Evans Clinchy break down the action.
The Boston Celtics have an incredibly tall task ahead of them if they want to advance to the next round of the Eastern Conference playoffs. They are returning to New York on Wednesday night to face the Knicks, who have put Kevin Garnett and company in a 3-1 hole. If it’s bulletin-board material that the Celtics need to motivate them, JR Smith is doing his best to provide it.
Over his career, New York Knicks guard JR Smith has been known to commit the occasional “bonehead” type of play. Whether it is an extremely bad shot that didn’t come in the flow of the offense, or questionable decision making, Smith always does something along those lines.
One of the keys to his successful season and ultimately winning the NBA’s Sixth Man of the ear...
The Knicks/Celtics game last night never really felt like a game. Once again, the Celtics struggled to score the basketball while the Knicks rain 3-pointers. The highlight of the night though was in the forth quarter when J.R. Smith threw a vicious elbow at Jason Terry.
Smith had the ball in the corner, Terry swiped at it, Smith didn’t like that, and retaliated with a UFC quality...
Celtics avoided elimination yesterday with a 97-90 OT win over the Knicks. Boston will now travel back to New York & get ready for Game 5 on Wednesday night. The NBA has not yet announced a start time.
Enjoy a gallery of pics & GIFs from yesterday’s game via my friends over at HoopChina. It includes a great pic of an elated young fan who received Jason Terry’s game kicks after the win.
New York Knicks guard J.R. Smith has been suspended for Game 4 of the Knicks-Celtics playoff series for throwing an elbow that struck the chin of Boston's Jason Terry in Game 3, the NBA announced Saturday night.
In a statement, the NBA said it suspended Smith for "throwing an elbow and striking the chin" of Terry.
Smith said on Friday he was trying to draw...
BOSTON -- In a game they had to have, the Boston Celtics came out with a passion and aggression that we had not seen from them in the playoffs thus far. They beat the New York Knicks 97-90 in game four of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals Sunday. With J.R. Smith suspended for hitting Jason Terry in the face with his elbow in game three, New York found themselves...
No, the season would be over if Chuck Nevitt was like 20 years younger and played for Boston
Ok, no it wouldn't.
The Knicks keep churning out the trash talk. They must be pretty fired up to be beating an old and beaten up Celtics team missing their best player.
New York's Kenyon Martin told his team yesterday to wear funeral colors because they were going to end the series...
J.R. Smith may have altered a series with one poor decision. He certainly forced his midweek plans to change.
When he dropped Boston's Jason Terry with an elbow to the chin late in Game 3 on Friday night, Smith earned a suspension that left the New York Knicks without their No. 2 scorer during the regular season for Game 4 on Sunday.
The Knicks didn't have enough offense...