Jason Terry

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  • Jason Terry
    G, Milwaukee Bucks

    Jason Terry says that he's retired unless he gets a call from the Lakers, Warriors or Mavs.

    Terry was surprisingly active for the Bucks last season but didn't generate much interest, even in the veteran presence role. It's not surprising that he'd come back for a title contender, the place where he's best remembered, or the Lakers (that one is a little surprising, actually), but we'd feel good calling a wrap on Terry's lengthy, successful career.

    Source: Tim MacMahon on Twitter

  • Jason Terry
    G, Milwaukee Bucks

    Jason Terry wants to return for his 20th season and would like to play with the Bucks again.

    Terry seems to think that they Bucks could continue to grow under his tutelage and it seems like he's been in conversations with the front office. If the Jet returns he would be nothing more than a punt play in DFS if multiple back court players are injured.

    Source: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • Jason Terry
    SG, Milwaukee Bucks

    Jason Terry played a five minute cameo in Wednesday's blowout loss to the Sixers.

    Terry is somehow still plugging along in the league and coach Joe Prunty is somehow interested in keeping a 400 year old Terry on the fringes of a rotation for a playoff team. He really wasn't a fantasy factor on this Bucks squad and he apparently has no intention of retiring. Whether he is back with the Bucks or with some other team it's hard to imagine him in a fantasy-friendly role.

  • Jason Terry
    SG, Milwaukee Bucks

    Jason Terry nabbed five steals in Tuesday's loss to the Clippers, and also added 10 points on 4-of-7 shooting with two treys, three boards and two assists in 32 minutes.

    Malcolm Brogdon might return at some point but it's conceivable that Terry gets 25-30 mpg the rest of the way. Whether he does anything with it or not is a fair question.

  • Jason Terry
    SG, Milwaukee Bucks

    Jason Terry was back in the starting lineup on Sunday after moving to the bench on Friday against the Bulls, scoring only three points in 29 minutes of playing time.

    Terry stepped aside so Sterling Brown could draw the start in his hometown of Chicago but everything was back to normal tonight. Brown was a DNP-CD. The old starter, Tony Snell, followed up Friday's 18-point game with zero points in just 13 minutes tonight. Nobody here is worth your time in fantasy outside of exceedingly deep leagues.

  • Shabazz Muhammad
    SF, Milwaukee Bucks

    Shabazz Muhammad had his biggest game of the season on Friday against the Bulls, scoring 21 points on 9-of-12 shooting (including two threes) with five rebounds, three assists, two steals and one block in 20 minutes off the bench.

    Muhammad won’t be anywhere near this productive on most nights and even with Giannis Antetokounmpo (ankle) he’s a risky deployment at best for season-long owners.  Tony Snell scored 18 points on 6-of-6 shooting with four threes and no other stats in 22 minutes, and Jason Terry got dusted off with 30 minutes, 10 points, two boards, two assists and three treys as the Bucks bench helped seal the win. 

  • Sterling Brown
    G, Milwaukee Bucks

    Sterling Brown will get the start in Chicago for Friday’s game against the Bulls.

    The tanking Bulls will offer little resistance so Brown is getting the starting nod to play in front of his family and friends as he’s from the Chicago suburb of Maywood and played at Proviso East high school, graduating more than a few NBA players, most notably Doc Rivers. Jason Terry moves back to the bench and both should be ignored. There are better options on your wire.

    Source: K.C. Johnson on Twitter

  • Jason Terry
    SG, Milwaukee Bucks

    Jason Terry was moved into the starting lineup on Wednesday but finished with just six points, two triples and two assists in 29 minutes.

    There’s a playoff team starting Jason Terry and pushing him near 30 minutes in 2018. Tony Snell was useless off the bench, scoring just two points in 11 minutes. You shouldn’t be paying attention to this “battle” unless you’re in a 20-team league and need threes.

  • Jason Terry
    SG, Milwaukee Bucks

    Jason Terry will start Wednesday’s game against the Clippers.

    He will start in place Tony Snell in this contest. It’s not a big deal-breaker in fantasy, as both of these are low on the fantasy totem pole.

    Source: Matt Velazquez on Twitter

  • Khris Middleton
    SF, Milwaukee Bucks

    Khris Middleton is a late addition to the Bucks injury report and is now a game-time decision on Monday with a case of right knee soreness.

    If Middleton sits, the Bucks have a few options to go with in the starting five. If they move Giannis over to the three they could start Jabari Parker, which is probably the best route for fantasy purposes. Alternatively, they could go small and plug Jason Terry or Sterling Brown back into the starting lineup. If the Bucks don’t want to fiddle with anyone’s positions they could call on newcomer Shabazz Muhammad. It’s generally a situation to avoid unless you’re invested in Parker, and hopefully this doesn’t become a lingering issue with Middleton.

    Source: Bucks Game Notes

  • Tony Snell
    SG/SF, Milwaukee Bucks

    Tony Snell (thigh) will play on Sunday against the Sixers.

    At least the Bucks won’t have to give Jason Terry 36 minutes again.

  • Tony Snell
    SG, Milwaukee Bucks

    Tony Snell appears set to return from his thigh contusion, as he is now being listed as probable for Sunday’s game.

    So ends the unlikely run of starter Jason Terry, who played a stunning 36 minutes on Friday night. Snell should slot right back into his old job and push Terry to the bench, and possibly to the fringes of the rotation. Matthew Dellavedova remains out, however, so there’s room in the backcourt and Terry has been deserving of spot minutes.

    Source: Bucks Game Notes

  • Jason Terry
    SG, Milwaukee Bucks

    Jason Terry drew the start at shooting guard on Friday and played a whopping 36 minutes against the Pacers, finishing with six points, two triples, a steal and a stunning three blocks.

    To be polite, Jason Terry should not be starting, let alone playing 36 minutes in 2018. Anyone who rolled the dice tonight was rewarded by the shocking amount of money counters but it’s absolutely not going to happen again anytime soon. He’s the deepest of Hail Mary heaves but the coaching staff at least trusts him enough to play substantial minutes.

  • Jason Terry
    PG/SG, Milwaukee Bucks

    Jason Terry will start on Friday against the Pacers.

    The Jet is filling in for Tony Snell (thigh) but isn’t an add as all of Milwaukee’s bench guys (save Jabari Parker) continue to underwhelm this season. 

    Source: Matt Velazquez on Twitter

  • Tony Snell
    SG, Milwaukee Bucks

    The Bucks have ruled Tony Snell (thigh contusion) and Matthew Dellavedova (ankle sprain) out on Friday.

    Snell’s absence should allow Sterling Brown to make another start at shooting guard. Sean Kilpatrick saw a nice increase in playing time with Snell out but has since been waived to make room for Shabazz Muhammad. He might not be available tonight but may be thrown right into the fire if he is. Jason Terry should also see a handful of extra minutes and is a dart throw if you’re desperate for threes. Delly has been out of the equation for several weeks now. There’s no real fantasy options outside of Milwaukee’s big names.

    Source: Bucks Game Notes