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Bucks' Terry vows series will return to Milwaukee for Game 6

Bucks' Terry vows series will return to Milwaukee for Game 6

MILWAUKEE – Jason Terry has been an extremely confident player in his 18-year NBA career and he's fearless when it comes to voicing his opinion.

We saw that when he played for the Celtics, and that spoken bravado is alive and well now with Terry’s veiled guarantee that Sunday’s Game 4  will not be the last game played at the Bradley Center.

The Celtics lead the Bucks in the best-of-seven series 2-1 and there are only two paths that assure Terry’s expectation comes to fruition.

The Bucks have to win either the game Sunday here in Milwaukee or stave off elimination with a win in Boston on Tuesday to avoid Sunday's game being the last played at the Bradley Center.

The Bucks will be moving into a new downtown arena in time for the 2018-19 season.  

“This will not be the last game,” said Terry, referring to Sunday’s Game 4 tilt against the Celtics. “I will go on record in saying this will not be the last game.”

 

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San Francisco brewery trolls LeBron with new IPA

San Francisco brewery trolls LeBron with new IPA

Now on tap at San Francisco's Barebottle Brewing Company -- LeBron's tears?

"We took the tears from Sir James' Game 1 loss and distilled them into a hazy IPA, just for you," the brewery writes in its Instagram post unveiling its brand new LeBron Tears IPA. "We also decided that Tears pair well with Mosaic hops. Sad!"

It's not the first time King James has been trolled in the name of suds. After "The Decision" in 2010, Cleveland-based Great Lakes Brewing company unveiled a "Quitness" ale, which came back to bite them years later.

Hey, we're pretty partial to the Bella Czech Pilsner ourselves.

Jaylen Brown vows payback on a former teammate

Jaylen Brown vows payback on a former teammate

It's been about two years since Jaylen Brown found his car full of popcorn as part of his rookie initiation with the Celtics. 

He knows the culprit and he's coming for him.

TMZ Sports caught up with Brown in New York City and asked him about locker room pranks. He quickly recalled his car getting "popcorned" and how he had to pay to have it cleaned up. 

"I'm still mad about it," Brown said. "Amir Johnson, I'm coming for you."

Johnson, the well-traveled former Celtics forward, played for the Philadelphia 76ers last season and, for now, his car has remained popcorn-free.

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