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Boston Celtics: 5 Reasons Jason Terry May Be the Jet, but He's NOT the Answer

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Boston Celtics: 5 Reasons Jason Terry May Be the Jet, but He's NOT the Answer
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On July 4, ex-Dallas Mavericks guard Jason Terry verbally agreed to terms with the Boston Celtics on a three-year deal worth $5 million annually, according to ESPN.com's Jeff Caplan and Marc Stein.

Terry spent eight seasons with Dallas and proved to be a valued scorer off the bench, posting a career average of 16.1 points per game.

His signing seems like perfect timing as Ray Allen is reportedly taking his talents to South Beach to play for the Miami Heat, according to Yahoo.com's Marc Spears. But replacing a future Hall of Fame inductee won't be a turn-key operation.

Jason Terry may be known as the "Jet," but he won't be the answer to Boston's problems moving forward.

Here are five reasons why that is the case.

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