The offseason is here for the Boston Celtics, and in just a couple of months, they will begin the process of putting next year’s team together. We will take a look at the current Celtics and try to figure out what to do with each of them. We continue today with Jason Terry.
It certainly took a while, didn’t it?
After a very unspectacular regular season, Jason Terry finally arrived in the playoffs. He finished the series shooting 21-45 over the last four games, a stretched that saw him average just over 16 points a game.
The problem with is, he struggled through most of the season before that. Oh, he had other stretches, here and there, but few would disagree with the notion that Terry was at least disappointing this season.
Some of that is on him, some of it is on the team. It’s on him because, well, he’s the guy that’s out there. And when you’re out there, you have to make the shots you get. If he can’t do it as well as he used to, that’s an issue. But it’s also on the team b