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I like his tattoo. I like the fact that he's a champion. I like his attitude. I hate his numbers as a Celtic.
Whether Jason Terry wanted it or not, he was the guy that was supposed to replace Ray Allen.
Terry's numbers dropped dramatically when he came to Boston. In the 2011-12 season, he averaged 15.1 PPG with the Dallas Mavericks. Last season: 10.1 PPG.
The former Sixth Man of the Year proved to be anything but while in Boston. His slight improvement in the playoffs (12.0 PPG) didn't make up for the fact that he wasn't the impact player that Danny Ainge, Doc Rivers and the rest of his teammates thought he would be.
The best thing Terry has going for him right now is the fact that his trade value diminished greatly over the course of last season. It's hard to tell exactly what Boston could get in return for the 35-year-old, if anything.
The only thing for sure at this point is that if Boston can acquire a player that can drop more than 10 points in 26.9 minutes in return for Terry (and maybe Crawford or Lee), then it'll be a move that Ainge will have to make.