Found December 20, 2012 on
While discussing Paul Pierce's 40 point night in a post game interview, Jason Terry praised the Captain for staying in Boston his whole career. Terry also used it as an opportunity to take a quick jab at LeBron James, and possibly Ray Allen depending on how you interpret it. Here's the quote:
His willingness to stick through the tough times and not just jump off, 'I'm out of here! I'm going to join forces with Kobe,' or 'I'm going to play with Dwyane Wade.' That's a shot right there.
Here's a clip of the complete interview, the above quote comes just after the :30 second mark. Notice the quick little wink at the camera after he mentions Wade.
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Jason Terry has been trying to become one of the vocal leaders of the Boston Celtics since coming to the team this past offseason, but by the numbers it doesn’t appear he has been all that effective. The Celtics are 13-12 and have been incredibly inconsistent, both offensively and defensively. Terry’s play has been the same.
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