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Jason Terry wants everyone to wear a headband

John - Red's Army (@RedsArmy_John) November 2, 2012 Jason Terry 6 Comments on Jason Terry wants everyone to wear a headband

Jason Terry has been doing some fun videos for The NOC.  In  the past, he’s scared the hell out of people with Dionte Christmas, took on a squad of female college ballers at the Reggie Lewis Athletic Center in Roxbury, asked a few people for their autographs, and tried to learn the Boston accent.

In this installment, JET walked around outside Fenway Park to put his signature headband on everyone in sight… and then get a few people to do his flying routine with him.

Fun stuff from Terry, who seems to really be having fun in the city of Boston.

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  • LA Flake

    This reminds me of the time when Shaq was here and did all these fan-friendly things while doing hardly anything for us on the basketball court.

    Headbands my ass. How about playing some D, JET?

    • Celticsfanatic

      Shaq made us one of the best teams of the decade, IMO, when he was out there. His share of injuries were hard to swallow but we expected that when we signed him — what we didn’t expect was having to trade Perk because Quis went down.

      Relax with Terry. It was one game and it’s not like he did worse that anyone not named Paul, Rajon, Brandon and Leandro.

      • eddysamson

        Hell yeah, 3-5 minutes of Shaq a quarter isnt a bad thing at all! Its too bad he wore himself out.

      • LA Flake

        Right….”WHEN” he was out there…except he wasn’t. I’m taking a wait and see approach with Jason Terry. He was a bad defender in Dallas but he is an instant offense off the bench. So, we’ll see.

        Hey, did you hear JaJuan Johnson’s been waived?

    • Anonymous

      oh come Terry is a shooter, he brings in points why you dissing the dude. He actually played good, and Bass and Lee as well, against the Heat unlike Pierce and KG (not that they aren’t good, but they’ve played better than they played that night)

  • paul

    When Shaq was relatively healthy (ie. for about a month), we were close to unbeatable, and Rondo was averaging 20 apg…