Jason Terry has been a staple off Dallas' bench for the last eight season. Before the 2011 season, Terry boldly got a tattoo of the Larry O'Brien Trophy and then was a critical player off the bench as the Mavericks made good on that promise and won the franchise's first NBA championship, exorcising some demons from a 2006 loss to the very same Heat.
Terry's 2012 season was still pretty productive, with 15.1 points per game and 17.1 points per 36 minutes, both slightly down from the year before. It seems Terry still has some basketball left in him even at 34 years old and 13 years into his career.
Terry would love to stay in Dallas, but he is not looking to go mercenary and sign one-year deal after one-year deal either. He wants some long-term security now that his six-year, $57-million deal ends this July and he will hit the free agent market.
"It's a tough situation," Terry told Eddie Sefko of the Dallas Morning-News. "I'm finally in a positio...