Greivis Vasquez always seems to find motivation. He finds it by encouraging the home fans to yell louder, or by feeding off opposing crowds' taunts, or by popping his jersey.
So now Vasquez has another motivator.
He said here in Atlanta yesterday that this could be his final ACC tournament.
Vasquez is planning to test the NBA draft waters at season's end. That doesn't mean he's not coming back but rather that he's considering his options. If he does come back, he said he hopes his Terps teammates include Lance Stephenson, the highly-touted recruit from Brooklyn, N.Y.
Said Vasquez: " It could be my last game. Or it could not be. You never know. You never know what could happen."
Whatever works, Greivis.
By the way, Vasquez went into more detail about the last N.C. State game. That was the game in which he threw up a three-pointer to beat the buzzer with the Terps comfortably ahead.
The Sun's Rick Maese quotes Vasquez in today's column:
"[Fans] were talking about me being an immigrant and [having] a green card and stuff like that," Vasquez said. While Vasquez later said he recognized the fans were trying to be funny, "at the moment I thought it was racist."