We had a story on Jason Terry's work in the community and his relationship with Michael Vick, who he met while playing for the Hawks, in today's paper but we didn't have room for everything Terry said, so here are a few leftovers. Terry has had a busy summer with four camps in the last four weeks and he also returned to Arizona for a summer all-star game and to open a new sandwich shop.
Terry was asked if being busy helped him forget what happened in the playoff loss to Golden State.
"Definitely. I try to be busy every hour of the day. It's funny because you're in those camps and you do your Q and A sessions and here we go. First question: What happened against the Golden State Warriors. It comes out every time."
In looking back at the Warriors series, Terry said he is still amazed at how well Golden State played.
"It went by so fast," he said. "When you're going through it, you don't really have time to think. These guys and the way they played -- they played so ferocious and high energy at all times. They kept coming, coming, coming. If we could change anything, it would probably to not be on our heels all the time and be more aggressive."
Terry has added a fourth daughter to the family this summer, naming her Jasa. She joins Jasionna, Jalayah and Jaida.
Despite the first round loss to the Warriors, Terry said it was not as disappointing as losing in the 2006 NBA Finals to the Heat.
"Last summer was definitely tougher," he said. "You get all the way to the mountaintop and don't stand on it and be the lone champion. That's tough. But now, we've got that out of our system and we're ready."
-- Jan Hubbard