Knicks’ J.R. Smith Says Series With Celtics Should Be Over
Game four between the Boston Celtics and New York Knicks gave the Celtics a fighting chance, but one member of the Knicks says the series should already be over.
J.R. Smith, the NBA sixth man of the year winner, was absent in game four due to a suspension for elbowing Celtics’ guard Jason Terry in game three. Smith tells reporters that if he had played in game four, the series would be over.
To add even more fuel to the fire, when asked about Jason Terry Smith said ‘Who? I don’t even know who that is’. A little disrespectful trash talk might be just what the doctor ordered for the Celtics to continue their winning momentum.
Allow us to refresh your memory, J.R. Jason terry, 14 year NBA veteran, has had quite the career, including being a big part of the Dallas Mavericks winning the NBA title in 2011, Terry even won the sixth man of the year award in 2009. He won an NCAA title in 1997 with Arizona before being the 10th overall pick in the 1999 draft.