LOS ANGELES – When they’re not tearing it up on the court, Dallas Mavericks guard Jason Terry and Memphis Grizzlies forward Rudy Gay can be found taking aim at Call of Duty: Black Ops. Although each player has proven to be a legitimate Call of Duty player at home, the NBA All-Stars traveled to Santa Monica to team up with Treyarch and face off in a head-to-head Grudge Match to decide a champion. Unfortunately for Gay, Terry won the competition. But Gay can get a rematch on Xbox Live any time. Gay talks about his controversial strategy of camping out in Black Ops in this exclusive video interview below.