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I've been looking for it, but I haven't seen it yet. Brandon Knight has to tweet something in regards to the dunk that LeBron James threw down on Jason Terry Monday night.
It doesn't have to be much. Something simple like "I guess everyone is going to quit making fun of me now #jasonterry" or some derivation of that would work.
The taunting was unnecessary but I have to give LeBron a pass for doing it this time. After throwing something like that on someone how can you not gloat just a little?
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Miami Heat superstar LeBron James threw down a slam dunk all over Boston Celtics guard Jason Terry during the second quarter of Monday night's game at the TD Garden. Terry was knocked to the floor as he tried to play defense on the play, but to no avail.
Afterwards, LeBron stood over Terry and gave him a nasty glare, prompting the referee to assess him with a technical foul...
Jason Terry thinks so highly of his Seattle, Washington roots that he has his old area code, 206, tattooed on his chest. But the roots aren’t deep enough to where Terry feels the need to keep a home in the Seattle area.
Terry earns his paychecks in Boston these days. And even though his net worth is roughly $25 million (I’m skepitcal it isn’t more), he doesn’t need houses...
Hopefully, Jason Terry has dunk insurance for his family and friends.
He had a good a life, before LeBron went Mortal Kombat on him. Once TMZ confirms Last Rites have been given, we will know that it is real.
LeBron James absolutely crushed a dunk over Jason Terry during the first half of the Celtics and Heat match-up on Monday night. The poster came only a week after Brandon Knight was dunked on in the same fashion by DeAndre Jordan. LeBron was also receiving an alley-oop during his massacre of a defender.
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At this point it has been well documented that the Miami Heat and Boston Celtics are not the biggest fans of each other. Despite the Heat’s monstrous win streak, many have speculated that it could come to an end on Monday night when they visit the Boston Celtics for what is always a great game. [...]
LeBron James destroys Jason Terry with a fast break alley-oop jam midway through the second quarter on Monday night. Terry lost the ball before crossing half court and attempted to contest an airborne James from punching home the alley-oop but instead went flying himself and got a post-dunk stare down.
By most accounts, LeBron James is 6-8, 270 lbs. Jason Terry is a modest 6-2, 180 lbs. I would expect James to dunk over Terry 100 out of 100 times.
So… why the hell is the NBA blogosphere still buzzing about James’ dunk from last night?
I thought we saw the end of this silliness when Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski lauded Brandon Knight for challenging this DeAndre Jordan highlight...
Ed’s Note: There are times when dunks, crossovers, insane tackles and other things that can cause extreme embarrassment to players and raucous laughter amongst the consumers of live sports, yet don’t meet the (singular, as in mine, and mine only) criteria of what should be an obituary post. Therefore, I figured I’d try something new. [...]The post The Prayer List: Jason Terry...
His teammates called him "Elvis" because of his fame. They laughed when he donned a wig and sunglasses so he could walk around a mall without being noticed.
Yes, LeBron James was big news when he joined the Cleveland Cavaliers 10 years ago, But could anybody have envisioned back then the prodigy from Akron, Ohio, would end up being this legendary of a player?
As a skinny...
Culminating with this LeBron James oop dunk down upon the Celtics Jason Terry.
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