Originally posted on Celtics Life  |  Last updated 7/14/12
Jason Terry will be formally introduced as a member of the Boston Celtics today in a press conference in Boston. It turns out that Jason was a fan of the Green Pride long time ago: “I’m still smiling,” said Terry, who said he is a Patriots fan because childhood friends Corey Dillon and Lawyer Milloy played for New England. “I was smiling when I answered the phone and heard it was [Rivers]. And then Danny [Ainge] called me a couple of days later and I was just grinning ear to ear, just because of the heritage, the history, and the tradition of the Boston Celtics, just being in that arena in front of these fans, it’s just a great opportunity. “A lot of time in professional sports, you really don’t get to choose what team you’d like to play for, but me being a big fan of the Celtics from Larry [Bird] back in the day, it’s just going to be an honor to wear that uniform.” This is refreshing. We have been told that there is no love for the colors and the tradition, but in the en...
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