The NBA front office will have an easy time assessing whether or not Nets' Jason Terry violated their anti-flopping rule. In a game versus the the Kings, Terry found himself defending Greivis Vasquez when he decided to put on a show for the ages when Vasquez threw an elbow which did not connect with Terry at all. But that didn't let Jason continue his flop-tastic flop...
Brooklyn Nets guard Jason Terry pretended to be elbowed in the jaw by the Sacremento King' Greivis Vasquez. It was an award-worthy flop.
The Brooklyn Nets are approaching year one of this project as championship or bust. They’ve looked nothing like a championship team after seven teams, holding a disappointing (2-5) record.
Last night’s 107-86 defeat at the hands of the Kings was the last straw for Jason Terry.
“It’s a long season. You’d like to say, ‘Stay even-keeled.’ But for us right now, this is...
Not only did Jason Terry pretend to get elbowed in the face, he then proceeded to go after Greivis Vasquez in anger as if he actually hit him. The Jet may be hearing from the league and getting a slight slap on the wallet after this display.
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Early flop of the year candidate is Jason Terry as he flails back as if he’s been popped in the face by Kings point guard Greivis Vásquez, only problem is, upon replay there is absolutely no contact.
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We’re pretty sure Jason Terry wasn’t a drama major in college, but whoever teaches drama at the University of Arizona would be proud of Terry’s acting job Wednesday night. The Sacramento Kings led the Brooklyn Nets 84-72 midway through the fourth quarter when Terry cemented his name into flopping lore by attempting to sell a Greivis Vásquez “elbow” to the face. It wasn’t...
Former Celtic Jason Terry spoke with Newsday's Dan Duggan today, and revealed that he plans on getting a new tattoo that reads "BK All Day" that he will reveal on opening night: Terry intends to have "BK All Day" inked somewhere on his body. The location and design won't be unveiled until Oct. 30 when the Nets open their highly anticipated season at...
Jason Terry said after the Celtics beat the Knicks in Game 5 that they won't lay down against New York. The pressure is back on.
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Jason Terry may have given his opponent some motivation ahead of their game. He called the Orlando Magic a "terrible" team.