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Houston Chronicle Aug 24, 2015
Jason Terry officially signed his contract to return to the Rockets. Terry, entering his 17th NBA season and second in Houston, accepted the team’s offer of the veteran’s minimum contract. Terry had allowed other deals to be completed around to league to give him a chance to weigh any other options before taking a one-year […]
The Dream Shake Aug 19, 2015
Jason Terry has agreed to return to Houston for his 17th season. Jason Terry, the Rockets' de facto starting point guard in the playoffs, has agreed to re-sign in Houston on a one-year, veteran's minimum offer worth $1.5 million. Terry, who turns 38 in September and averaged 7 points in 21 minutes per game last year, plays an essential role in the Rockets' locker room. JET is a leader on and off the court for the young players in Houston. According to RealGM, Terry was also being pursued by the New Orleans Pelicans and Utah Jazz. He chose to return to Houston because of the "opportunity...
Houston Chronicle Aug 18, 2015
Veteran point guard Jason Terry agreed to terms with the Rockets on Tuesday, a person with knowledge of the deal confirmed, speaking on the condition of anonymity because the deal has not been announced. Terry accepted the Rockets offer of a veteran’s minimum contract. Real GM initially reported the deal.
The Dream Shake Aug 11, 2015
Our assumption that JET will return may have been premature. Jason Terry, the first Rockets starting point guard to reach the Western Conference Finals since Matt Maloney, could leave to play with Anthony Davis and the New Orleans Pelicans. The Rockets have likely offered Terry a veterans minimum contract, a significant pay cut from his $5.8 million salary last year, and according to MyFoxHouston's Mark Berman, the JET thinks that's insufficient. Berman also reports the Pelicans, trying to accumulate veteran leadership for a deeper playoff run next year, have made Terry an offer. The...
The Dream Shake Aug 5, 2015
Of all the players who started the season on the Rockets' roster, Terry had the most surprising season. Entering the 2014-15 season, Jason Terry was coming off an injury-plagued year that left many observers wondering how much he had left to contribute. After all, he was entering his age-37 season after a couple years of statistical decline, and seemed to be far removed from his days as a Rocket-killing Maverick. Kevin McHale loves his veterans, so no one thought Terry would be glued to the bench, but the extent to which he could play (and be effective) was a mystery. Now, Terry stands as a...