Jason Terry fits the role of talkative veteran shooter pretty well, and considering how (most of) the spots in the rotation are already occupied it doesn’t really hurt that he won’t be used all too often going forward.
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Especially if he can raise his three-point percentage up to around his career average of 37.9 percent, Terry can contribute more than the leadership the Bucks need from him. Anything above that is a bonus, but Jet seems determined to prove he can still play and lead at the same time.
Having a respected/feared shot-maker like Terry coming off of the bench should provide real value to Milwaukee’s offense. Outside of Jerryd Bayless, the Bucks didn’t really have anybody worth guarding from beyond the arc coming off of their bench last year. That’s no longer the case.
Hopefully his time with the Bucks goes very well, and Milwaukee ends up being the latest team to earn some ink on the Jet.
Final Grade: B+
Although he can’t defend forwards, considering Jason Kidd‘s love for playing multiple guards together Jason Terry should still find ways to contribute to the Milwaukee Bucks next season.