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Terrence Jones Takes Down LeBron James



LeBron James learned a little something about The Real T Jones.

Starting in place of the injured Anthony Davis (quad contusion), Terrence Jones didn’t miss a shot in the first half, knocking down all eight field goal attempts for 22 points.  Only 23 percent from behind the three-point line this season, Jones was feeling it tonight.  He hit 3-of-4 attempts, including this one from the top of the key.

Jones surpassed the 30-point mark by putting one in LeBron’s eye.

Jones had LeBron’s number on the other end of the floor too.

Then he took LeBron to the woodshed in the closing minutes.

Jones finished with 36 points (tying a career-high), 11 rebounds and 3 blocks in the Pelicans’ stunning 124-122 win over the Cavaliers.

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

7 Comments for Terrence Jones Takes Down LeBron James

  1. Saul T. Nuts
    10:45 pm January 23, 2017 Permalink

    Way to go Terrence!

  2. UKfanman01
    5:24 am January 24, 2017 Permalink

    The real T Jones showed LeBron something… How to stomp on homeless people. LeBron respectively turned him down

    • ukjaybrat
      8:31 am January 24, 2017 Permalink


  3. henderblue
    7:32 am January 24, 2017 Permalink

    Great job Terrence. The man has all the tools to be one of the best. Especially when he gets the motor going.

  4. STLouisBBFan
    8:33 am January 24, 2017 Permalink

    If I’m his coach, I’m asking him if he can perform as enthusiastically every night.

    • J-Dub421
      9:28 am January 24, 2017 Permalink

      If you’ve paid any attention, he’s been playing well and has been quite productive in New Orleans. I’ve been wondering why he hasn’t been getting more playing time.

  5. Biglaw Dawgin'
    11:04 am January 24, 2017 Permalink

    Terrence is the perfect combination of height, strength, and quickness to take on LeBron. When his shot is on, he’s tough to guard. If he gets that 3pt % up, he’s trouble.