Found August 11, 2012 on
That's what I'm talking about Jet! You'll recall that Terry got a tattoo got a championship tattoo prior to the Dallas Mavericks 2010-2011 championship season. It's only false cockiness if you don't back it up. Terry must see Banner 18 in the Celtis near future. Suck on that Kobe. And Howard, paint your face, clown! Credit bi9 from the Shout Box for the pic.
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Jason Terry revealed a new tattoo that is sure to endear him to Boston Celtics fans.
Terry, who played with the Mavericks the last eight seasons before signing with Boston in July, shared a few pictures of his new tattoo via Twitter on Saturday. His new ink features the Celtics’ leprechaun logo with the championship trophy swapped in where the leprechaun would otherwise be balancing...
You may recall that when Jason Terry was introduced at the press conference he said he had something special in mind for his new tattoo. He wasn't kidding. He had gotten a tattoo of the Larry O'Brien trophy on his bicep in the off season before the Mavs won their Championship in 2011. Today, Terry sent out this tweet to herald the unveiling of his new Celtics tattoo...
Jason Terry just posted to his twitter account a picture of his new tattoo: Go GREEN mob.li/_nI26Q — Jason Terry (@jasonterry31) August 11, 2012 The tattoo shows a Celtics logo, the leprechaun famously designed by Red’s brother Zang Auerbach, but instead of him balancing a basketball on his non-shillelagh hand, he’s balancing a championship trophy. [...]
Before the 2010-11 NBA season, Jason Terry famously got a tattoo of the Larry O'Brien Trophy on his right inner bicep, despite never winning a title himself.
A few months later, Terry and the rest of his Dallas Mavericks teammates here holding the NBA title above their heads on the floor of the American Airlines Arena in Miami.
If the tattoo had any part in bringing home the...
Jason Terry has some serious Celtic Pride. Even though he hasn't hit the hardwood as a member of the C's yet, Terry's allegiance to Boston is already permanent. The veteran guard recently got some new ink featuring Lucky the Leprechaun. Terry tweeted a photo of his Celtics logo tattoo with the message, "Go GREEN." The bicep ink features Lucky balancing the Larry...
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Terry, who played with the Mavericks the last eight seasons before signing with Boston in July, shared a few pictures of his new tattoo via Twitter on Saturday. His new ink features the Celtics’ leprechaun logo with the championship trophy swapped in where the leprechaun would otherwise be balancing a basketball on his finger. The tattoo appears on the inner...
Jason Terry got a new tat. Via his Twitter page, he shared 2 pics: one of him on the table with the artist working on his bicep, and one of the finished product. It appears to be the Celtics’ mascot, Lucky, with the Larry O’Brien trophy replacing the basketball on his finger. I think I’m going to like the Jason Terry era in Boston!
Boston Celtics' Jason Terry has exuded confidence ever since he stepped on an NBA court. From his cocky, brash times with the Mavericks to now this.
Terry recently took to Twitter to show off his new tattoo which once again shows he has a ton of confidence with Boston and has high expectations for the Celtics heading into next season.
"The Jet" got himself...
Jason Terry is new to Boston and he is getting for his first full season as a Celtic in unusual fashion. Terry is now the proud owner of a massive Celtics mascot logo on his inner arm, ad one which is holding up a championship trophy. Terry has played for a few teams around the league (Hawks and Mavs), but I’m not sure if he got inked up for any of them. This is quite the statement...
Jason Terry is new to the Boston Celtics this season. As a member of the Dallas Mavericks, Terry famously tatted the Larry O’Brian championship trophy on him during preseason of the ’10-1’11 season, proclaiming the real thing would be in his hands the following June. And that’s exactly what happened. So, new team, old routine. [...]
Hey, it worked for him in Dallas.
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