Jason Terry faced two questions this offseason:
1. Which team would he choose to sign with in free agency?
2. Would he get more ink for his new squad?
Terry tattooed the Larry O'Brien Championship trophy on his right bicep prior to 2010-11 season. That year, he and the Dallas Mavericks won it all.
A month after signing with the Boston Celtics, the 34-year-old guard was back to work adding ink to his left arm. This weekend he tweeted a photo of his newest artwork: Lucky the Leprachaun balancing the championship trophy instead of a basketball on his finger.
Terry chronicled the process on mobli.com.
"Done lets go CELTICS! Duhduhduhduhduh"
Don’t count the Cleveland Cavaliers out of the Paul George sweepstakes just yet.
According to ESPN’s Marc Stein and Chris Haynes, the Cavaliers are still working on a way to get George with LeBron James and Kyrie Irving in Ohio.
The latest rumor involves a three way deal being discussed between the Cavaliers, Indiana Pacers, and Denver Nuggets. According to Hayes, the deal would send George and Kenenth Faried to Cleveland and Kevin Love to Denver.
Presumably, Indiana would end up with good picks and a few young assets.
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