Originally written on Celtics Green ...a boston celtics blog.  |  Last updated 11/20/14

July 17, 2012 – Jason Terry, aka JET, signed with the Boston Celtics for the MLE (mid level exception), 3-years, circa $5,000,000 per season. Terry is best known as the 2008-2009 NBA Sixth Man of the Year, and a key member of the Dallas Mavericks 2010-2011 NBA Championship team.

Early Years:
Jason Terry attended Franklin High School, in Seattle, Washington, where he led the school to 1994, and 1995 3A Washington State titles. Terry's number, #31, is officially retired at Franklin High School.

Mid Years:
Jason Terry attended Arizona University, in Tuscon, AZ, where he was a key member of the 1996-1997 NCAA Championship team. Terry was named the 1998-1999 PAC-10 Player of the Year, and Consensus NCAA American first team.

NBA Years:
Jason Terry was selected by the Atlanta Hawks in the 1999 NBA draft (10th overall). Terry was named to the 1999-2000 NBA All Rookie second team. After five seasons with Atlanta, Terry was traded to the Dallas Mavericks with teammate Alan Henderson, and a future first round pick, for Antoine Walker, and Tony Delk. In eight seasons with Dallas, Terry was also a key member of the 2005-2006 NBA finals team.

By the Numbers:
  • 3 (# of teams played for)
  • 13 (# of seasons played)
  • 16.1 (point per game, career season average)
  • .448 (field goal percentage, career season average)
  • .380 (three point percentage, career season average)
  • .846 (free throw percentage, career season average)
  • 16.9 (point per game, career playoffs average)
  • .448 (field goal percentage, career playoffs average)
  • .394 (three point percentage, career playoffs average)
  • .827 (free throw percentage, career playoffs average)
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