Milwaukee Bucks 2016-17 Season Review: Jason Terry

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The Best Of Terry

For a team that needed to drastically revamp their three-point shooting, Terry certainly did his part in making the Bucks a more respectable and productive three-point shooting team this year.

Terry finished the year with one of the best shooting seasons of his career by any measure, as he averaged a 58.2 percent effective field goal percentage, a 60 percent true shooting percentage and shot 42.7 percent from deep, all on 4.1 points per game.

As one dimensional as Terry’s role may have been offensively for the majority of the season, it’s one that he couldn’t have performed better in, judging by his exceptional efficiency.

Above all else, though, Terry’s presence on the floor usually meant good things for the Bucks all season. For example, Terry finished with the second highest net rating on the team and surprisingly finished with the highest defensive rating of the current players on the team, per

Doing the essential things, whether it’s providing the space needed to open the floor or competing hard on the defensive end despite his limitations, Terry was often on the floor to help provide the spark that was needed on any given night this season.