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Celtics Morning Joe: Terry makes his stand

Posted by shawn cassidy on August 12, 2012 at 6:00 AM


Call him superstitious. The last time Jason Terry got a tattoo of the Larry O'Brien trophy, things worked out pretty well. Terry tweeted a picture earlier which appears to show a fresh tattoo of the Celtics' leprechaun spinning an O'Brien trophy on his left arm.

Talk about endearing yourself to your new franchise. Said Terry when he got the original tattoo: "Everybody laughed and they thought it was a joke at the time. When they actually see me get it, they were like, 'This boy is serious.' And our whole talk and conversation was about right now, about us getting to this point and winning it all." Evidently the Lakers addition of Dwight Howard Friday didn't faze Terry in the least.

I love Terry's pride already. He will be the fan favorite this season. He's truly a student of the game. Terry has enough confidence to fill up the entire TD Garden. I'm looking forward to Terry's first game winner, or winning run as a Celtic. It feels good being wanted. Terry wanted Boston, and with Ray leaving. Terry has stepped into his spot. Terry has a bigger personality, and it will be interesting to watch. I love how this pic comes out after the Lakers deal for Howard. It's a big F$CK you!

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Reply paul
7:56 AM on August 12, 2012 
Something very special is about to happen with this team.
Reply Franklin
9:56 AM on August 12, 2012 
I love the confidence in TERRY. He doesn't do it to do it. He believes.
Reply paul
1:08 PM on August 12, 2012 
Franklin says...
I love the confidence in TERRY. He doesn't do it to do it. He believes.

I think folks who see past the glitz are very excited about this Celtics team.
Reply Celticslifer
1:20 PM on August 12, 2012 
What's not love about this team. Hard working guys. No babies allowed. All the true professionals are here.
Reply paul
3:42 PM on August 12, 2012 
I think they are going to show the league a different way to play the game. There will less distinction between starters and bench guys, apart from Rondo. They will combine running with halfcourt as it has rarely been done, and they will be savage on defense.