April 27, 2017, 8:04 pm
Jason Terry played 18 minutes in Thursday’s loss, dropping in eight points with two triples, four boards, a steal and a block.
The Raptors somehow couldn’t make Milwaukee pay for using Terry so much, as they totally abandoned their ball movement in the fourth quarter. Terry was a central figure in the comeback, hitting his first three to give Milwaukee an 80-78 lead after they were down by 25 points just 13 minutes prior. He was very fortunate on the second one as he clearly fouled DeMar DeRozan in the final minute with the Bucks down five. Not only did Tony Brothers refuse to blow the whistle, but the ball was awarded to Milwaukee after a review. As fate would have it, Terry drilled a three on the next possession but the Bucks could draw no closer. He played a big role tonight but will not be a fantasy factor if he returns for next season.