Jet, I can almost remember their funny faces. That time you told them that you were going to be marrying soon. And Jet, I thought the only lonely face was on the moon! -Paul McCartney & Wings
I love me some Jason Terry! There were doubters. Doubters day in and day outers. There were words bandied abouters. Like my main man Jimmy Conway always says, “No, no, no, no, no. You insulted him a little bit. You got a little bit out of order yourself.” But Jason Terry had the last word. Mark Cuban: “The media was killing him: ‘He can’t perform in the playoffs. He’s not clutch in the playoffs. He’s too this, he’s too that.’ He shoved it up everybody’s ass.” Yes he did Mark, yes he did. He shoved it up everybody’s ass by scoring a game-high 27 points in Game 6 after netting 21 points in Game 5. You know what that makes boys and girls? That makes history. Jason Terry just became the first player to score more than 20 points off the bench in each of two consecutive games during an NBA Finals series since Jim King of the San Francisco Warriors did it against the 76ers in Games 3 (28 points) and 4 (23 points) of the 1967 Finals. Manu Ginobili never done did that. Kevin McHale never done did that. Bobby Jones and Freddy Downtown Brown never done did that. The Jet done did.
Peace out Heat. Six two and even!