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New York Knicks
Nets' Jason Terry is known for running his mouth and partaking in some smack-talk since he joined the NBA. Whether it be him fueling the Spurs-Mavs rivalry or jumping in on the Nets-Knicks brewing rivalry, Terry isn't shy to talk trash when given the chance.
And as if right on command, Jason took a verbal shot at the Knicks when interviewed by Dime Mag.
During the interview, Terry was reminded that Knicks' J.R. Smith guaranteed his team would walk away with the championship this upcoming season. Terry hilariously fired off.
JT: They would win what? What did he guarantee? They would win what? I didn’t hear that.
JT: They would win the championship?
Dime:Yeah, he said 100 percent guarantee.
JT: The NBA championship?
JT: Right. Maybe the Rucker Park Championship. I don’t know, not the NBA championship. I don’t see how they could guarantee that, at all. I’m not buying it, so… I mean, it’s a bitter rivalry, you k...
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Just as the NBA had finally gotten the Knicks and Nets to calm down their trading of verbal jabs, Jason Terry returned from Vacation to deliver some ether to Knicks faithful. Terry was doing an interview with Dime Magazine when the conversation of J.R. Smith guaranteeing a Knicks Championship came up. Terry agreed the Knicks could win a championship, just not the one you’re thinking...
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The 10th overall pick in 1999 by the Atlanta Hawks, Terry was named to the all-rookie second team, and garnered Sixth Man of the Year honors in 2009 as a member of the Dallas Mavericks, a team he ultimately won a championship with in 2011.
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Just when you thought that the trash talk between players of the Brooklyn Nets and New York Knicks couldn’t get any better, Nets guard Jason Terry decided to ramp it up.
Recently, JT got a chance to talk with the folks over at Dime Magazine and during the interview, he was asked by New York Knicks guard J.R. Smith guaranteeing a championship for this upcoming season:
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Jason Terry, one of the newest members of the Brooklyn Nets, is never shy about voicing his opinion. When JR Smith guaranteed a championship earlier this month, Terry couldn’t help but to respond. Terry agreed with Smith’s assessment, sort of; he thinks the Knicks can win a championship, just not in the NBA.
This is what Terry told Dime Magazine, courtesy...
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….Terry told Dime Magazine in...
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