During last night’s Hornets/Mavericks affair, Terry has a rather lackluster first half and decided to change something to help him out in the second.
We get more from ESPN Dallas:
Jason Terry finished Monday night’s inspired win over the New Orleans Hornets with a flurry. His final stat line read: 9-of-19 from the field, including 3-of-6 from beyond the 3-point arc.
It was quite a turnaround from his first half: 2-of-11 and 0-of-3.
“He came in at halftime, changed his shoes and look what happened in the second half,” guard J.J. Barea said. “So he blamed it on the shoes.”
“I’m a shooter. I’m going to keep shooting. Nothing’s changed in that respect,” Terry said. “If it was tough shots then I would have been concerned. But, they weren’t tough shots. I was missing wide-open looks, shots that I practice. I just told myself, change your shoes at halftime, get a new feel and come back firing.”
I guess Morris Blackmon was right.
(Courtesy of The Basketball Jones)