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Boston leads Miami, 59-53, at halftime with the Heat’s 22-game winning streak on the line, but the real story in the first half was the LeBron James dunk on Jason Terry. Remember DeAndre Jordan dunking on Brandon Knight? Yeah, it’s that caliber.
The only question now is, how long will it take someone to put WWE’s Jim Ross to the LeBron dunk? Hopefully my ass wakes up and hears Jim screaming how LeBron just “killed” Terry.
Bonus points for the taunt. That should lead to a post in the morning. Hate away, Celtics fans.
And guess what will be discussed on First Take.
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Jason Terry is one of the main reasons, LeBron only has only one ring and not two, so I am not surprised he took pleasure in taking Terry’s soul.
I am a little surprised he publicly admitted it, but little by little, the villain in LeBron is starting to come out.
“It was one of my better ones,” James said. “And the fact that it happened to J.T. made it even that much sweeter...
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. [...]
You haven’t really been dunked on until your Wikipedia page has pronounced you dead, just ask Brandon Knight. So of course, Jason Terry’s page was immediately updated to say “He died on March 18, 2013, due to being dunked on by LeBron James” after he was absolutely destroyed by LeBron during Monday night’s game against the Heat.
Yeah, we’ve all seen it by now: Jason Terry got put on a poster. Not a poster, but a milk carton. Worse yet, the Boston Celtics fell two points short of the reigning champion Miami Heat in their mid-March rematch. Sometimes it’s necessary to taste the sour sensation of suffering before one can truly rise from the ashes. Fans looking to bet on the NBA playoff chase, take note...
Jason Terry is on a tombstone with Brandon Knight.
By now, we have all gotten caught up in the debate of whose “posterization” was better, LeBron James on Jason Terry or DeAndre Jordan on Brandon Knight. I am still giving the edge to Jordan, but I have no doubt that Terry is having a few nightmares. After a dunk like that, you know reporters and members of the media are going to be asking you all kinds of questions. You can...
Via Larry Brown Sports :
LeBron James dunked on Jason Terry during the second quarter of the Miami Heat-Boston Celtics game Monday, and he was called for a technical foul for taunting. The dunk was so powerful it caused people to instantly recall DeAndre Jordan's posterization of Brandon Knight .
Terry stole a pass by the Heat, but Dwyane Wade stole the ball back after poking...
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.
In the second quarter of the Heat vs. Celtics game on Monday night, Lebron James had a running start before he dunked on Jason Terry of the Celtics. Check out the video below.The Celtics are up 59-53 at halftime.
While I figure that most of you are watching the Miami Heat/Boston Celtics game, if you aren't...you might have missed this epic alley-oop dunk from LeBron James.Watch as a steal by Dwyane Wade leads to a Norris Cole alley-oop to LeBron as he dunks on Boston Celtics guard Jason Terry:(Courtesy of @Jose3030)
The Big Leagues And a comeback win, to add insult to injury.
On Saturday night, the Boston Celtics avenged their Tuesday night loss to the Charlotte Bobcats by a 105-88 margin, which was done without Kevin Garnett in the line-up. Jason Terry was the leading scorer for the Celtics with 15 points.
Charlotte Bobcats 88, Boston Celtics 105 - FINAL - March 16, 2013
Thanks to 8 first half turnovers that led to 13 Charlotte points, the Celtics could not put distance between themselves and the ‘Cats early. Boston went into halftime up 50-43. But the guys in green turned it up another notch on both sides of the ball to blow the game open and cruise through most of the 3rd and 4th. Chuck’s prediction was almost dead-on, as Boston wins 108-95...
I really, really dislike the Heat and their fans. The majority of Heat fans became fans when LeBron arrived. They are fair weather fans who trash their own players constantly when they miss a play or don't shoot well. . They also talk about how Celtics fans are complaining about the refs and then turn around and complain about the refs and the truth is that no team...