Aye y’all nobody is safe, even Lil B counted safe Steph Curry’s ankles Wednesday night. Curry is normally a star agent, but when you don’t pay your bill anybody can get it. The Warriors op won the series 4-1, but the Jason Terry aka The Jet took ankle payment as he made Curry crumble to the floor.
Jason Terry said he will not retire and plans to play his 17th NBA season in 2015-16.
"One hundred percent," Terry said.
The Houston Rockets are expected to try to re-sign Terry, who has been a contributor for the team as the starter with Patrick Beverley out.
Friday night was not a good night for the Houston Rockets. A slow start led to an early deficit that they were never quite able to overcome--but they were in it for at least the first half. In the second the Clipper went on a massive run to turn a decent game in to a blowout. So perhaps out of frustration Rockets guard Jason Terry did something he shouldn't have.He was promptly ejected...
Jason Terry knows how good J.J. Barea is with the ball in his hands. The two won a championship together playing for the Mavericks in 2011.Now, they're lined up opposite one another, and Terry realizes he must make Barea work on both ends of the floor or the tiny point guard will do even more damage in Game 5 than he did in Game 4.Here's what Houston's starting point guard recently...
Houston guard Jason Terry was fined $5,000 by the NBA on Wednesday for violating the league's anti-flopping rules during Game 2 of the Rockets' first-round series against Dallas.
The incident occurred in the third quarter of Rockets' 111-99 home victory.
Houston leads the series 2-0. Game 3 is Friday night in Dallas.
Via AP on Fox
April 22, 2015
Houston Rockets point guard Jason Terry's days of being the center of attention on an opposing team's scouting report are long over, but he can still do real damage as a supplemental puzzle piece beside James Harden and Dwight Howard, two of the league's most devastating offensive weapons. According to The Dallas Morning News' Brad Townsend, here's what Terry had to say about Dallas...
Jason Terry starred at Arizona from 1995-99 before heading to the NBA. These days, Terry suits up for the Houston Rockets, but tonight he’ll be back in Tucson where he’ll have his No. 31 jersey retired at halftime of the Wildcats’ game against USC.
Take a look at how the Wildcats are setting up for the ceremony. Nice touch including the knee-high socks with “Cats” on...
Jason Terry’s stellar four-year basketball career at Arizona ended in 1999. He left Tucson to embark on a lengthy (and ongoing) NBA career, but without his bachelor’s degree.
That’s changed, however. Terry continued to pursue his undergraduate coursework, even after leaving campus, and today he was rewarded with his diploma in General Studies.
God is good it’s official...
After losing Jeremy Lin in an off-season trade with the Los Angeles Lakers and Chandler Parsons to free agency, the Houston Rockets have acquired veteran shooter Jason Terry. Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports first reported that Terry and a future second-round pick, will be sent to Houston in exchange for Alonzo Gee and a package […]